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Fulke Grevillle and Proportional Form by Tom W. N. Parker
Saintsbury on Lyly and Euphues
C. S. Lewis on Lyly's Euphues
Lyly's Euphues by Ernest A. Baker
The Language of Framing by Rayna Kalas
Thomas Nashe by Ernest A. Baker
C. S. Lewis on Thomas Nashe
G. K. Hunter on Nashe and Lyly
[Nashe and the Bourgoisie] by Louis B. Wright
Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey bu John M. Berdan
Rival discourses of dancing in early modern England by Skiles Howard
The Changing Moods of Michael Drayton's Sonnets
by Emily Lu Pearson
Schelling on Drayton
C. S. Lewis on Drayton's Idea
C. S. Lewis on Daniel's Delia
C. S. Lewis on Daniel and Drayton
Hannay on Daniel
The Form and Cadence of Samuel Daniel's Sonnets by Emily Lu Pearson
[Early Tudor Poetry: John Skelton] by John M. Berdan
Reality -- Mirror -- Allegory: John Skelton by Anna Torti
Saintsbury on Ascham
Negotiating traditions of English song: performance, text, history by Bruce Horner
Gold on credit: Martin Frobisher's and Walter Raleigh's economies of evidence by William N. West
Answering "the Known Men": Bishop Reginald Pecock and Mr. Richard Hooker by Charles W. Brockwell, Jr.
Nashe as "Monarch of Witt" and Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet by Joan Ozark Holmer
"Milksop Muses" or Why Not Mary? by
Penny McCarthy
Elizabeth's Embroidery by Maureen Quilligan
Guilty sisters: Marguerite de Navarre, Elizabeth of England, and the Miroir de l'ame pecheresse by Susan Snyder
Gascoigne's Poses by Felicity A. Hughes
Androgyny and Linguistic Power in Gascoigne's The Steele Glas by Kevin LaGrandeur
Southwell's "A Vale of Tears" : A Psychoanalysis of Form by Gary Kuchar
Homophobia and the Regulation of Desire: A Psychoanalytic Reading of Marlowe's Edward II by Viviana Comensoli
Casting Doubt in Marlowe's Doctor Faustus by William M. Hamlin
Fissured families: a motif in Marlowe's plays by Lisa Hopkins
"Marlowe's second city": the Jew as critic at the Rose in 1592 by Lloyd Edward Kermode
Epic Transgression and the Framing of Agency in "Dido Queen of Carthage" by Clare R. Kinney
History, tragedy, and truth in Christopher Marlowe's 'Edward II'
by Joan Parks
Marlowe's Cambridge years and the writing of Doctor Faustus
by G.M. Pinciss
Marlowe's Travesty of Virgil: Dido and Elizabethan Dreams of Empire
by Donald Stump