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No. 42

AMS Studies in the Renaissance

ISSN 0195-8011
Set ISBN-13: 978-0-404-61460-7

No. 49

No. 1: Hilton Landry, ed., New Essays on Shakespeare’s Sonnets. New York, 1976.
LC 71-161767, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-09028-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-09028-9, PR2848. Price: $42.50.

No. 2: Jerry Wayne Williamson, The Myth of the Conqueror: Prince Henry Stuart: A Study of 17th Century Personation. New York, 1978.
LC 77-78318, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-16004-2, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-16004-3, DDA391.1. Price: $55.00.

No. 3: Philip C. McGuire and David A. Samuelson, eds., Shakespeare: The Theatrical Dimension. New York, 1979.
LC 77-78320, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-16002-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-16002-9, PR3091. Price: $52.50.

No. 4: Paul Ramsay, The Fickle Glass: A Study of Shakespeare’s Sonnets. New York, 1979.
LC 77-15910, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-16032-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-16032-6, PR2848.R35. Price: $42.50.
No. 5: N.P.

No. 6: Raymond C. Shady and G. B. Shand, eds., Play-Texts in Old Spelling. Papers from the Glendon Conference. New York, 1984.
LC 81-69123, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62276-3, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62276-3. Price: $42.50.

No. 7: Mark Taylor, Shakespeare’s Darker Purpose: A Question of Incest. New York, 1982.
LC 81-69124, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62277-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62277-0, PR3069. Price: $52.50.

No. 8: Kenneth Friedenreich, ed., “Accompaninge the Players.” Essays Celebrating Thomas Middleton, 1580–1980. New York, 1983.
LC 81-69121, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62278-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62278-7, PR2717. Price: $64.45.

No. 9: Sarah P. Sutherland, Masques in Jacobean Tragedy. New York, 1983.
LC 81-69122, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62279-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62279-4, PR658. Price: $55.00.

No. 10: Margaret Loftus Ranald, Shakespeare and His Social Context: Essays in Osmotic Knowledge and Literary Interpretation. New York, 1987.
LC 83-45279, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62280-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62280-0, PR2291. Price: $52.50.

No. 11: Clifford Leech, Christopher Marlowe: Poet for the Stage. New York, 1986.
LC 83-45278, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62281-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62281-7, PR2674. Price: $49.50.
Edited by Anne Lancashire.

No. 12: Clifford Davidson, C. J. Gianakaris and John H. Stroupe, eds., Drama in the Renaissance: Comparative and Critical Essays. New York: 1986.
LC 83-45277, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62282-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62282-4, PR653. Price: $64.50.
With a Preface by C. J. Gianakaris.

No. 13: Georgianna Ziegler, ed., Shakespeare Study Today. The Horace Howard Furness Memorial Lectures. New York, 1986.
LC 84-45436, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62283-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62283-1, PR2976. Price: $47.50.

No. 14: Kenneth Friedenreich, Roma Gill, and Constance B. Kuriyama, eds., “A Poet and a Filthy Play-Maker.” New Essays on Christopher Marlowe. New York, 1988.
LC 85-47999, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62284-4, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62284-8, PR2674. Price: $62.50.

No. 15: W. R. Streitburger, Edmond Tyllney, Master of the Revels and Censor of Plays. A Descriptive Index to His Diplomatic Manual on Europe. New York, 1986.
LC 85-47998, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62285-2, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62285-5, D220. Price: $49.50.

No. 16: N.P.

No. 17: Donald K. Anderson, Jr., ed., “Concord in Discord”: The Plays of John Ford, 1586–1986. New York, 1986.
LC 85-48063, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62287-9, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62287-9, PR2527. Price: $52.50.

No. 18: Thomas P. Roche, Jr., Petrarch and the English Sonnet Sequences. New York, 1989.
LC 85-48062, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62288-7, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62288-6, PN2596. Price: $67.50.

No. 19: Herbert Berry, Shakespeare’s Playhouses. With Illustrations by C. Walter Hodges. New York, 1987.
LC 85-48061, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62289-5, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62289-3, PR.539. Price: $67.50.

No. 20: Nancy Klein Maguire, ed., Renaissance Tragicomedy: Explorations in Genre and Politics. New York, 1987.
LC 85-48060, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62290-9, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62290-9, PN1906. Price: $57.50.

No. 21: Clifford Chalmers Huffman, Elizabethan Impressions: John Wolfe and His Press. New York, 1988.
LC 85-48059, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62291-7, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62291-6. Price: $57.50.

No. 22: Clifford Davidson, The Guild Chapel Wall Paintings at Stratford-upon-Avon. New York, 1988.
LC 86-47884, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62292-5, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62292-3, ND2733. Price: $64.50.

No. 23: James M. Gibson, The Philadelphia Shakespeare Story: Horace Howard Furness and the Variorum Shakespeare. New York, 1990.
LC 87-45801, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62293-3, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62293-0, PR2972. Price: $59.50.

No. 24: John H. Astington, ed., The Development of Shakespeare’s Theater. New York, 1990.
LC 87-45810, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62294-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62294-7, PR3095. Price: $49.50.

No. 25: N.P.

No. 26: John Hazel Smith, Shakespeare’s “Othello”: A Bibliography. New York, 1988.
LC 88-26211, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62296-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62296-1, Z8812[PR2829]. Price: $69.50.

No. 27: Alan R. Young, ed., His Majesty’s Royal Ship. A Critical Edition of Thomas Heywood’s “A True Discription of His Majesties Royall Ship” (1637). New York, 1990.
LC 89-45928, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62297-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62297-8, VA458. Price: $49.50.

No. 28: M. J. B. Allen, Dominic Baker-Smith, and Arthur F. Kinney, eds., Sir Philip Sidney’s Achievements. New York, 1990.
LC 89-45860, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62298-4, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62298-5, PR2343. Price: $57.50.

No. 29: N.P.

No. 30: O.P. See number 39 for second edition.

No. 31: Sara Jayne Steen, Ambrosia in an Earthen Vessel: Three Centuries of Audience and Reader Response to the Works of Thomas Middleton. New York, 1993.
LC 91-11029, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62331-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62331-9, PR2717. Price: $55.00.

No. 32: Graham C. Adams, The Ottoneum Theater: An English Survivor from Seventeenth-Century Germany. New York, 1993.
LC 91-57961, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62332-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62332-6, NA6840. Price: $49.50.

No. 33: N.P.

No. 34: N.P.

No. 35: Paul Whitfield White, ed., Marlowe, History, and Sexuality. New Critical Essays on Christopher Marlowe. New York, 1998.
LC 97-24447, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62335-2, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62335-7, PR2674.M27. Price: $59.50.

No. 36: Anthony Mortimer, Variable Passions: A Reading of Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis. New York, 2000.
LC 99-30572, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62336-0, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62336-4, PR2845. Price: $62.50.

No. 37: Yasunari Takahashi, ed., Hot Questrists After the English Renaissance: Essays on Shakespeare and His Contemporaries. In Commemoration of the Thirty-fifth Anniversary of The Shakespeare Society of Japan. New York, 2000.
LC 99-59710, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62337-9, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62337-1, PR423. Price: $82.50.
Editorial Committee: Yukio Kato, Akiko Kusunoki, Yoichi Ohashi, and Hiroshi Ozawa.

No. 38: Bernice W. Kliman, ed., The Enfolded Hamlets. Parallel Texts of < F1 > and {Q2}. Each with Unique Elements Bracketed. New York, 2004.
LC 2003063736, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62338-7, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62338-8. Price: $89.50.

No. 39: William Shakespeare, The Three-Text Hamlet: Parallel Texts of the First and Second Quartos and First Folio. 2nd edition, revised and expanded. New York, 2003.
LC 2003057702, CIP, PR 2807. Cloth: ISBN-10: 0-404-62339-5, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62339-5; price: $92.50. Paper: ISBN-10: 0-404-62730-7, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62730-0 ; price: $45.00.
Edited by Bernice W. Kliman and Paul Bertram. With a new introduction by Eric Rasmussen.

No. 40: Clifford Davidson, Selected Studies in Drama and Renaissance Literature. New York, 2006.
LC 2004049344, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62340-9, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62340-1, PR423. Price: $72.50.
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No. 41: John G. Demaray, From Pilgrimage to History: The Renaissance and Global Historicism. Illustrated. New York, 2006.
LC 2004046226, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62341-7, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62341-8, D13. Price: $82.50.
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No. 42: Stanton J. Linden, ed., Mystical Metal of Gold: Essays on Alchemy and Renaissance Culture. New York, 2007.
LC 2005055554, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62342-5, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62342-5, QD26.M97 Price: $94.50.
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No. 43: Regina Schneider, Sidney's (Re)Writing of the Arcadia. New York, 2008.
LC 2006047600, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62343-3, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62343-2, PR2342. Price: $86.00.
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No. 44: Phillip John Usher, trans., The Franciad (1572) by Pierre de Ronsard. New York, 2010.
LC 2010017427, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62344-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62344-9. Price: $162.50.
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No. 45: Michael T. Walton, Genesis and the Chemical Philosophy: True Christian Science in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. New York, 2011.
LC 2010049135, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62345-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62345-6. Price: $92.50.
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No. 46: Akihiro Yamada, Secrets of the Printed Page in the Age of Shakespeare: Bibliographical Studies in the Plays of Beaumont, Chapman, Dekker, Fletcher, Ford, Marston, Shakespeare, Shirley, and in the Text of King James I’s “The True Lawe of Free Monarchies,” with an Edition of “Arcadia Restored,” Egerton MS 1994, Folios 212–23 in the British Library. New York, 2010.
LC 2010002303, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62346-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62346-3. Price: $137.50.
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No. 47: Akihiro Yamada, ed. Arcadia Restored: A Modern-Spelling Edition of MS. Egerton 1994, Folios 212–23 in the British Library. An Anonymous Untitled Work Sometimes Referred to as “Time’s Triumph.” New York, 2010.
LC 2009027115, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62347-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62347-0. Price: $124.50.
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No. 48: Stephen K. Land, The King My Father’s Wrack: The Moral Nexus of Shakespearian Drama. New York, 2011.
LC 2010017433, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62348-4, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62348-7. Price: $110.00.
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No. 49: Clayton G. MacKenzie, Deathly Experiments: A Study of Icons and Emblems of Mortality in Christopher Marlowe’s Plays. New York, 2010.
LC 2010029311, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62349-2, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62349-4. Price: $92.50.
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No. 50: Gillian Austen, The Gascoigne Bibliography. Due 2016.
LC, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62350-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62350-0. Price: to be set

No. 51: Richard S. Peterson, Jonsonian Soundings: New and Recent Essays on the Plays, Poems, and Masques. New York, 2015.
LC CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62351-4, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62351-7. Price to be set.

No. 52: Alan Pritchard, Alchemy 1527-2013: A Bibliography of English Language Information. New York, 2015.
LC 2015013309, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-62352-2, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-62352-4. $575.00.
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