Notes on Contributors.
1. Shakespeare s Sonnets and the History of Sexuality: A Reception Hisotry: Bruce R. Smith.
2. The Book of Changes in a Time of Change: Ovid s Metamorphoses in Post-Reformation England and Venus and Adonis: Dympna Callaghan.
3. Shakespeare s Problem Plays and the Drama of His Time: Troilus and Cressida, Alls Well That Ends Well, Measure for Measure: Paul Yachnin.
4. The Privy and Its Double: Scatology and Satire in Shakespeares Theatre: Bruce Boehrer.
5. Hymeneal Blood, Interchangeable Women, and the Early Modern Marriage Economy in Measure for Measure and Alls Well That Ends Well: Theodora A. Jankowski.
6. Varieties of Collaboration in Shakespeares Problem Plays and Late Plays: John Jowett.
7. What s in a Name? Tragicomedy, Romance, or Late Comedy: Barbara A. Mowat.
8. Fashion: Shakespeare and Beaumont and Fletcher: Russ McDonald.
9. Place and Space in Three Late Plays: John Gillies.
10. The Politics and Technology of Spectacle in the Late Plays: David M. Bergeron.
11. The Tempest in Performance: Diana E. Henderson.
12. What It Feels Like For a Boy: Shakespeare s Venus and Adonis: Richard Rambuss.
13. Publishing Shame: The Rape of Lucrece: Copplia Kahn.
14. The Sonnets: Sequence, Sexuality, and Shakespeares Two Loves: Valerie Traub.
15. The Two-Party System in Troilus and Cressida: Linda Charnes.
16. Opening Doubts Upon the Law: Measure for Measure: Karen Cunningham.
17. Doctor She. Healing and Sex in All s Well That Ends Well: Barbara Howard Traister.
18. You not your child well loving . Text and Family Structure in Pericles: Suzanne Gossett.
19. Imagine Me, Gentle Spectators . Iconomachy and The Winters Tale: Marion O Connor.
20. Cymbeline: Patriotism and Performance: Valerie Wayne.
21. Meaner Ministers : Mastery, Bondage, and Theatrical Labor in The Tempest: Daniel Vitkus.
22. Queens and the Structure of History in Henry VIII: Susan Frye.
23. Mixed Messages: The Aesthetics of The Two Noble Kinsmen: Julie Sanders.