Table of contents for Shakespeare and the culture of Christianity in early modern England / edited by Dennis Taylor and David Beauregard.

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Introduction: Shakespeare and the Reformation
Dennis Taylor
1. The Comedy of Errors and The Calumny of Apelles: An Exercise in Source 
Richard Dutton
2. "Obsequious Laments": Mourning and Communal Memory in Shakespeare's 
Richard III
Katharine Goodland
3. Oxford University and Love's Labour's Lost
		Clare Asquith
4. Shakespeare's Religious Background Revisited: Richard II in a New Context
5. Sacral and Sacramental Kingship in the Lancastrian Tetralogy
Timothy Rosendale
6. Mocking Oldcastle: Notes Toward Exploring a Possible Catholic Presence in 
Shakespeare's Henriad
Gary D. Hamilton
7. Shakespeare's Fairy Dance with Religio-Political Controversy in The Merry 
Wives of Windsor
Regina M. Buccola
8. Catholic and Protestant, Jesuit and Jew: Historical Religion in The Merchant 
of Venice
John Klause
9. This Side of Purgatory: Ghostly Fathers and the Recusant Legacy in Hamlet
	John Freeman
10. Wittenberg and Melancholic Allegory: The Reformation and Its Discontents 
in Hamlet
11. The Accent and Gait of Christians: Hamlet's Puritan Style
12. Shakespeare on Monastic Life: Nuns and Friars in Measure for Measure
David Beauregard
13. Helena and the Reformation Problem of Merit in All's Well That Ends Well
Maurice Hunt
14. Paris Is Worth a Mass: All's Well That Ends Well and the Wars of Religion
Lisa Hopkins
15. Blasphemous Preacher: Iago and the Reformation
Richard Mallette
16. Love and Lies: Marital Truth-Telling, Catholic Casuistry, and Othello
Paula McQuade
Notes on Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Religion, Christianity and literature England History 16th century, Christianity and literature England History 17th century, Christian drama, English History and criticism, Catholics England History 16th century, Catholics England History 17th century, Drama Religious aspects Christianity, England Church history 16th century, England Church history 17th century, Religion in literature