Table of contents for Shakespeare and religious change / Kenneth J. E. Graham and Philip D. Collington.

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Contents
Acknowledgments								 iv
Note on Spelling Conventions						 v
Notes on Contributors								 vi
Introduction: Kenneth J.E. Graham					 	 1
I: Theatre and Religious Change Before Shakespeare
Chapter 1: Alexandra F. Johnston, 'William Cecil and the Drama of 
	Persuasion'								 15
Chapter 2: Mary A. Blackstone, 'The Queen's Men and the Performance of
 Allegiance, Conformity, and Difference in Elizabethan Norwich'	 54
II: Shakespeare Presents the Religious Past
Chapter 3: Elizabeth Williamson, 'Things Newly Performed: The Resurrection
 Tradition in Shakespeare's Plays'					 90
Chapter 4: Karen Sawyer Marsalek, 'Staging Allegiance, Re-membering Trials:
 King Henry VIII and the Blackfriars Theater'			 130
 
III: Religious Identities I: Catholic and Protestant
Chapter 5: Phebe Jensen, '"Mirth in Heaven": Religion and Festivity in As You
 Like It'								 159
Chapter 6: Glenn Clark, 'Speaking Daggers: Shakespeare's Troubled
 Ministers'								 198
IV: Religious Identities II: Muslim and Jew
Chapter 7: Tom Bishop, 'Othello in the Wilderness: How did Shakespeare Use
 his Bible?'								 238
Chapter 8: Marianne Novy, 'The Merchant of Venice and Pressured
 Conversions in the Early Modern World'				 266
V: Shakespeare and Early Modern Social History: Religion and the 
	Secular 
Chapter 9: Richard Strier, 'Sanctifying the Bourgeoisie: The Cultural
 Work of The Comedy of Errors'					 296 
Chapter 10: Debora Shuger, '"In a Christian Climate": Religion and Honor in
 Richard II'								 328
VI: Shakespeare and the Changing Theatre: Religion or the Secular
Chapter 11: Jeffrey Knapp, 'Author, King, and Christ in Shakespeare's
 Histories'								 372
Chapter 12: Anthony B. Dawson, 'The Secular Theater' 			 408

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Religion.
Religion and literature -- England -- History -- 16th century.
Religion and literature -- England -- History -- 17th century.
Religion in literature.
Literature and society -- England -- History -- 16th century.
Literature and society -- England -- History -- 17th century.