Table of contents for Words that count : essays on early modern authorship in honor of Macdonald P. Jackson / edited by Brian Boyd.

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"A Green Bay-Tree": Tribute to MacDonald P. Jackson
	John Kerrigan
Words That Count: Introduction
	Brian Boyd
1580s-Early 1590s: Marlowe
The Great Divide of 1594
	Andrew Gurr
1590s: Shakespeare and Peele
Kind and Unkindness: Aaron in Titus Andronicus
	Brian Boyd
The Troublesome Raigne, George Peele, and the date of King John
	Brian Vickers
Did Shakespeare Write A Lover's Complaint? The Jackson Ascription Revisited
	Ward Elliott and Robert J. Valenza
The Verse of A Lover's Complaint: Not Shakespeare
	Marina Tarlinskaja
1600s: Shakespeare and Middleton
"Servile Ministers": Othello, King Lear, and the Sacralization of Service
	Michael Neill
The Pattern of Collaboration in Timon of Athens
	John Jowett
1610s-1620s: Webster and Heywood
"Strong commanding Art": The Structure of The White Devil, The Duchess of Malfi and The Devil's Law-Case
	David Gunby
Mutinous Soldiers and Shouts [Within]: Stage Directions and Early Modern Dramaturgy
	David Carnegie
1620s: Middleton, Rowley, Ford and Dekker
Thomas Middleton, The Spanish Gypsy, and Collaborative Authorship
	Gary Taylor
MacDonald P. Jackson: A Bibliography
	Brian Boyd
Notes on Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: English drama Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600 History and criticism, English drama 17th century History and criticism, Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616, Lover's complaint, Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Authorship, Playwriting History 16th century, Playwriting History 17th century, Authorship History 16th century, Authorship History 17th century