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In Appreciation of Metrical Abnormality

Headless Lines and Initial Inversion in Chaucer

Ad Putter

herkneth for the beste’ ( CT I.788) ‘Nay ’, quod the fox, ‘but God yeve hym meschaunce’ ( CT VII.3434) ‘Sir , your glove.’ ‘Not mine; my gloves are on’ ( Two Kinsmen of Verona , II.ii.1) ‘Gentlemen , importune me no father’ ( Taming of the Shrew , I

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Merlin’s Mirror at Leicester House

Elizabeth Mazzola

object of gaze, the configuration of competing surfaces, the locus of gleaming value’, thus supply both a problem and a solution. 13 Describing the transformation of Kate Minola in The Taming of the Shrew as a process involving learning how to expose

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Shakespeare and War

Honour at the Stake

Patrick Gray

; Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew serves as a foil to Aeschylus’s Seven Against Thebes in a symbolic reflection on the practicality and ethics of responding to crises such as the Balkans War artistically from afar, as Martone himself, like Mitchell and