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Shakespeare, the Bible, and the Form of the Book


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Contents List of Figures Acknowledgements 1: Scriptural Negotiations and Textual Afterlives, Travis DeCook and Alan Galey 2: Shakespeare Reads the Geneva Bible, Barbara Mowat 3: Cain’s Crime of Secrecy and the Unknowable Book of Life: The Complexities of Biblical Referencing in Richard II, Scott Schofield 4: Paulina, Corinthian Women, and the Revisioning of Pauline and Early Modern Patriarchal Ideology in The Winter’s Tale, Randall Martin 5: The Tablets of the Law: Reading Hamlet with Scriptural Technologies, Alan Galey 6: Shakespeare and the Bible: Against Textual Materialism, Edward Pechter 7: Going Professional: William Aldis Wright on Shakespeare and the English Bible, Paul Werstine 8: ‘Stick to Shakespeare and the Bible. They’re the roots of civilisation’: Nineteenth Century Readers in Context, Andrew Murphy 9: The Devotional Texts of Victorian Bardolatry, Charles LaPorte 10: Apocalyptic Archives: The Reformation Bible, Secularity, and the Text of Shakespearean Scripture, Travis DeCook 11: Disintegrating the Rock: Ian Paisley, British Shakespeare, and Ulster Protestantism, David Coleman

About the Author

Travis DeCook is an Associate Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature at Carleton University.

Alan Galey is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto, where he also teaches in the Book History and Print Culture program.


"Recommended" --Choice'This collection of essays is rich and stimulating. I commend it highly to those interested in the contested material and cultural intersections of Shakespeare and the Bible.' - Deirdre Good, Relegere: Studies in Religion and Reception

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