The following bibliography comprises a complete list of my Books (B), Articles (A), and Reviews (R), which are below from 1967 to the present.

1963 R1 “Modern Shakespeare Criticism”. Review of Shakespeare Survey Vol. 16; Anne Ridler (ed.), Shakespeare Criticism, 1935–1960; and Richard Hosley (ed.), Essays on Shakespeare and Elizabethan DramaThe Cambridge Review, Vol. 85, 30 Nov., pp. 162–7.
1964 R2 “Mistaken Priorities”. Review of Lawrence V. Ryan, Roger AschamThe Cambridge Review, Vol. 85, 9 May, p. 407.
R3 “Celebrating Shakespeare: Critics”. Review of J. G. McManaway (ed.), Shakespeare 400; G. I. Duthie (ed.), Papers mainly Shakespearian; A. Kettle (ed.), Shakespeare in a Changing World; Phyllis Hartnoll (ed.), Shakespeare in Music; J. C. Trewin, Shakespeare on the English Stage, 1900–1964; Louis Marder, His Exits and his Entrances; and John Wain, The Living World of Shakespeare: A Playgoer’s GuideThe Cambridge Review, Vol. 86, 28 Nov., pp. 150–5.
1965 R4 “Celebrating Shakespeare (2): Scholars”. Review of C. Hinman (ed.), Shakespeare Quarto Facsimiles: Hamlet (1604–5) and
King Lear (1608); G. R. Smith, A Classified Shakespeare Biblio-graphy, 1936–1958; A. Harbage and S. Schoenbaum (eds.), Annals of English Drama, 975–1700; G. Bullough (ed.), Shakespeare: The Narrative and Dramatic Sources. Vol.V:The Roman Plays; N. Coghill, Shakespeare’s Professional SkillsThe Cambridge Review, Vol. 86, 29 May, pp. 451–5.
1966 R5 “In search of Arcadia”. Review of Sidney’s Arcadia; W. R. Davis,
A Map of Arcadia: Sidney’s Romance in its Tradition; and R. H. Lanham, The Old ArcadiaThe Cambridge Review, Vol. 88, 29 Oct., pp. 62–4.
1967 R6 Review of J. L. Styan, Shakespeare’s StagecraftThe Cambridge Review, Vol. 89, 18 Nov, pp. 125–6.
1968 R7 Review of Paolo Rossi, Francis Bacon: From Magic to Science, tr. S. Rabinovitch, The Cambridge Review, Vol. 89, 3 May, pp. 428–9.
R8 Review of John Buxton, A Tradition of Poetry; Enid Welsford (ed.), Spenser: Fowre Hymnes, Epithalamion. A Study of Edmund Spenser’s Doctrine of Love; and Neil L. Rudenstine,
Sidney’s Poetic DevelopmentCritical Quarterly, 10: 302–4.
1970 R9 Review of Lee A. Sonnino, A Handbook to Sixteenth Century Rhetoric; Rosemary Freeman, English Emblem Books; Alice Walker and Gladys Willcock (eds.), The Arte of English Poesie by George Puttenham, Critical Quarterly, 12: 382–3.
R10 Review of Joan Webber, The Eloquent ‘I’. Style and Self in Seventeenth-Century ProseReview of English Studies, 21: 361–5.
R11 “Rhetorical Terms”. Review of Marsh H. McCall, Jr., Ancient Rhetorical Theories of Simile and ComparisonTLS, 18 Dec, p. 1488.
1971 R12 Review of Dorothy L. Sipe, Shakespeare’s MetricsYearbook of English Studies, 1: 241–3.
R13 “Brittle-witted style-setter”. Review of Annabel M.Patterson,
Hermogenes and the RenaissanceTLS, 28 May, p. 626.
R14 Review of W. Schleiner, The Imagery of John Donne’s Sermons,
Review of English Studies, 22: 342–4.
R15 “Bardography”. Review of Samuel Schoenbaum, Shakespeare’s LivesThe Cambridge Review, Vol. 93, 22 Oct., pp. 24–5.
1972 R16 Review of Harry Caplan, Of Eloquence. Studies in Ancient and Mediaeval Rhetoric, eds. Anne King and Helen North; Peter Dixon,
RhetoricTLS, 21 July, p. 849.
R17 Review of Charles Trinkaus, In Our Image and LikenessHumanity and Divinity in Italian Humanist ThoughtReview of English Studies, 23: 474–8.
1973 R18 Review of Stanley E. Fish (ed.), Seventeenth-century Prose: Modern Essays in Criticism; William R. Keast (ed.), Seventeenth-century English Poetry: Modern Essays in CriticismModern Language Review, 68: 385–8.
R19 Review of P. C. J. Field, Romance and Chronicle: A Study of Malory’s Prose StyleEnglish Language Notes, 11: 291–5.
R20 Review of A Shakespeare Bibliography: The Catalogue of the Birmingham Shakespeare LibraryTLS, 14 Dec, pp. 1525–6.
1974 R21 Review of Daniel A. Fineman (ed.), Shakespearian Criticism, by Maurice MorgannYearbook of English Studies, 4: 276–9.
R22 Review of Stanley E. Fish, Self-Consuming Artefacts: The Experience of Seventeenth-Century LiteratureRenaissance Quarterly , 27: 117–22.
R23 “Schriftsteller und Diplomat. Philip Sidneys dichterisches Schaffen”, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 22 Oct., p. 68.
1975 R24 Review of James M. Osborn, Young Philip Sidney, 1572–1577; Forrest G. Robinson, The Shape of Things Known: Sidney’s ‘Apology’ in its Philosophical TraditionYearbook of English Studies, 5: 262–7.
R25 Review of M. M. Badawi, Coleridge: Critic of ShakespeareYearbook of English Studies, 5: 302–4.
R26 “Sir Philip Sidney in neuem Licht. Arbeiten zu Werk und Leben des englischen Dichters”. Review of Jean Robertson (ed.), The
Countess of Pembroke’s ARCADIA (The Old Arcadia); Katherine Duncan-Jones and Jan Van Dorsten (eds.), Miscellaneous Prose of Sir Philip Sidney; G. K. Shepherd (ed.), An Apology for PoetryNeue Zürcher Zeitung, 23 Feb., p. 60.
R27 Review of Lisa Jardine, Francis Bacon. Discovery and the Art of DiscourseTLS, 20 June, p. 700.
R28 Review of D. W. Davies and Elizabeth S. Wrigley (eds.), A Concordance to the Essays of Francis BaconModern Language Review, 70: 601–2.
R29 Review of Laurence Stapleton, The Elected Circle. Studies in the Art of ProseReview of English Studies, 26: 363–5.
R30 “Monumentales Nachschlagewerk mit Schönheitsfehlern”. Review of The New Cambridge Bibliography of English LiteratureNeue Zürcher Zeitung, 6/7 Sept., p. 58.
R31 Review of R. L. Colie, Shakespeare’s Living ArtReview of English Studies, 26: 470–2.
1977 R32 Review of Wilbur Samuel Howell, Eighteenth-Century British Logic and RhetoricTLS, 5 Aug., p. 965.
R33 “Englische Rhetorik und Poetik”, Wolfenbütteler Renaissance Mitteilungen, 1: 21–4.
R34 Review of John Monfasani, George of Trebizond. A Biography and a Study of his Rhetoric and LogicThe Quarterly Journal of Speech, 63: 443–8.
1978 R35 Review of Arthur Heiserman, The Novel before the Novel. Essays and Discussions about the Beginnings of Prose Fiction in the WestTLS, 3 Feb., p. 118.
R36 Review of Rüdiger Ahrens, Die Essays von Francis Bacon. Literarische Form und moralistische Aussage; Arthur Johnston (ed.), Francis Bacon. The Advancement of Learning and New Atlantis; William A. Armstrong (ed.), Francis Bacon. The Advancement of Learning: Book IModern Language Review, 73: 377–80.
R37 Review of Richard Helgerson, The Elizabethan Prodigals; A. C. Hamilton, Sir Philip Sidney. A Study of his Life and WorksQueen’s Quarterly, 85: 308–14.
R38 “Italian Influences on English Renaissance Poetry”. Review of Michael Smith, English Translations and Imitations of Italian Madrigal Verse; Anthony Mortimer, Petrarch’s Canzoniere in the
English RenaissanceWolfenbütteler Renaissance Mitteilungen, 2: 69–70.
1979 R39 Review of Cecil H. Clough (ed.), Cultural Aspects of the Italian Renaissance. Essays in Honour of Paul Oskar KristellerModern Language Review, 74: 134–8.
R40 Review of Chaïm Perelman, L’Empire rhétorique. Rhétorique et argumentationQuarterly Journal of Speech, 65: 334–5.
1980 R41 Review of David Sapir and J. Christopher Crocker (eds.), The
Social Use of Metaphor: Essays on the Anthropology of RhetoricModern Language Review, 75: 830–2.
R42 Review of Robert Weimann, Shakespeare and the Popular Tradition in the Theatre: Studies  in the Social Dimension of Dramatic Form and FunctionShakespeare Quarterly, 32: 107–18.
R43 Review of F. L. Huntley, Bishop Hall, 1574–1656; Leonard D. Tourney, Joseph HallRenaissance Quarterly, 32: 285–90.
R44 Review of David Bevington and Jay L.Halio (eds.), Shakespeare, Pattern of Excelling NatureShakespeare Quarterly, 32: 402–7.
1982 R45 “Rhetoric and Renaissance Literature”. Review of W. J. Kennedy,
Rhetorical Norms in Renaissance Literature; J. B. Altman, The Tudor Play of Mind. Rhetorical Inquiry and the Development of Elizabethan Drama; J. S. Chamberlin, Increase and Multiply. Arts-of-Discourse Procedure in the Preaching of Donne; A. D. Weiner, Sir Philip Sidney and the Poetics of Protestantism; T. H. Cain, Praise in ‘The Fairie Queene’, etc., Rhetorik, 2: 106–30.
R46 Review of Howard C. Cole, The ‘All’s Well’ Story from Boccaccio to ShakespeareTLS, 18 June, p. 678.
R47 Review of Lawrence Danson (ed.), On King LearTLS, 10 Aug., p. 911.
R48 Review of Marion Trousdale, Shakespeare and the RhetoriciansTLS, 8 Oct., p. 1110.
R49 Review of Robert W. Uphaus, Beyond Tragedy: Structure and Experience in Shakespeare’s RomancesTLS, 22 Oct., p. 1158.
1983 R50 Review of J. M. Kuist (ed.), The Nichols File of the Gentleman’s MagazineTLS, 7 Jan., p. 5.
R51 Review of Zahava K. McKeon, Novels and Arguments:  Inventing Rhetorical CriticismTLS, 5 Aug., p. 841.
R52 Review of Adam Smith, Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles LettresTLS, 23 Sept., p. 1024.
R53 Review of Michael Murrin, The Allegorical EpicModern Language Quarterly, 43: 291–3.
R54 Review of James J. Murphy, A Short Title Catalogue of Works on Rhetorical Theory from the Beginning of Printing to A.D. 1700Quarterly Journal of Speech, 69: 441–4.
1984 R55 Review of Scienze Credenze Occulte Livelli di CulturaEnglish Historical Review, 390: 114–18.
R56 Review of Lessico Intelletuale Europeo (Gen. Editor Tullio Gregory), Wolfenbütteler Renaissance Mitteilungen, 8: 44–9.
R57 Review of Thomas Hägg, The Novel in Antiquity; R. L. Hunter, A Study of ‘Daphnis & Chloe’TLS, 20 April, p. 427.
R58 Review of Alistair Fox, Thomas More. History and ProvidenceJournal of Modern History, 56: 311–16.
R59 Review of Keir Elam, Shakespeare’s Universe of Discourse: Language-games in the comediesTLS, 21 Sept., p. 1045.
R60 Review of Peter Malekin, Liberty and Love. English Literature and Society 1640–88Review of English Studies, n. s. 35: 232–4.
R61 “Errata in J. J. Murphy, Renaissance Rhetoric”, Quarterly Journal of Speech, 70: 335–8.
R61a Review of M. Fumaroli, L’Age de l’Éloquence. Rhétorique et res literaria de la Renaissance au Seuil de l’Époque ClassiqueHistory of European Ideas, 5: 427–37.
1985 R62 Review of Mordechai Feingold, The Mathematician’s Apprenticeship: Science, Universities and Society in England 1560–1640Journal for the History of Astronomy, 16: 56–9.
R63 Review of Shakespeare, The Taming of the Shrew, ed. H. J. Oliver;
Henry V, ed. G. Taylor; Troilus and Cressida, ed. K. Muir; Troilus and Cressida, ed. K. Palmer; Review of English Studies, n. s. 36: 415–24.
1986 R64 Review of Michael Mooney, Vico in the Tradition of Rhetoric,
TLS, 4 April, p. 365.
1987 R65 Review of William Webster Newbold (ed.), Thomas Wright, ‘The Passions of the Mind in General’TLS, 24 July, p. 788.
R66 Review of Jacques Queron, Pic de la MirandoleIsis, 78: 301–2.
1988 R67 Review of H. Hawkins, The Devil’s Party: Critical Counter-interpretations of Shakespearian DramaNotes & Queries, 35: 226–7.
R68 Review of Michael Kiernan (ed.), Sir Francis Bacon: The Essayes or Counsels, Civill and MorallModern Language Review, 83: 403–5.
R69 Review of Thomas N. Corns, The Development of Milton’s Prose StyleModern Language Review, 83: 673–7.
R70 Review of E. A. Reitan, ed., The Best of the ‘Gentleman’s Magazine’ 1731–1754TLS, 8–14 July, p. 761.
R71 “Bard-watching”. Essay review of recent Shakespeare criticism, TLS, 26 Aug.–1 Sept., pp. 933–5.
R72 Review of Thomas O. Sloane, Donne, Milton, and the End of Humanist RhetoricRenaissance Quarterly, 41: 525–8.
R73 Review of Sir Philip Sidney, The Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia (The New Arcadia), ed. Victor Skretkowicz, TLS, 18–24 Nov., p. 1285.
R74 Review of Graham Rees assisted by Christopher Upton, Francis Bacon’s Natural Philosophy: A New SourceBritish Journal for the History of Science, 21: 256–7.
1989 R75 Review of W. B. Horner (ed.), The Present State of Scholarship in Historical and Contemporary RhetoricModern Language Review, 84: 455–7.
R76 “Words to things”, Review of Antonio Pérez-Ramos, Francis Bacon’s Idea of Science and the Maker’s Knowledge TraditionTimes Higher Education Supplement, 5 May, p. 28.
R77 Review of Heinrich F. Plett, Englische Rhetorik und Poetik 1479–1660. Eine systematische BibliographieWolfenbütteler Renaissance Mitteilungen, 13: 75–80.
R78 Review of Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor (eds.), William Shakespeare, The Complete Works (Oxford, 1986), and id., William Shakespeare, The Textual Companion (Oxford, 1987), Review of English Studies, 40: 402–11.
1990 R79 Review of William Kerrigan and Gordon Braden, The Idea of the RenaissanceTLS, 30 March–5 April, p. 350.
R80 Review of David Pingree (ed.) Picatrix. The Latin Version of the Ghayat-Al-HakimIsis, 81: 103–4.
R81 Review of David B. Ruderman, Kabbalah, Magic, and Science: the cultural universe of a sixteenth-century Jewish physicianTimes Higher Education Supplement, 8 June, p. 23.
R82 Review of Richard Marienstras, New Perspectives on the Shakespearean World, tr.Janet Lloyd, Renaissance Quarterly, 43: 438–41.
R83 Review of Richard Kieckhefer, Magic in the Middle AgesTimes Higher Education Supplement, 12 Oct., p. 20.
R84 Review of Debora K. Shuger, Sacred Rhetoric: The Christian Grand Style in the English Renaissance, and Sarah Spence, Rhetorics of Reason and Desire: Vergil, Augustine, and the TroubadoursArion, n.s.1: 225–8.
1991 R85 Review of Craig Kallendorf, In Praise of Aeneas. Virgil and Epideictic Rhetoric in the Early RenaissanceBibliothèque d’Humanisme et de Renaissance, 53: 215–17.
R86 Review of Arthur Sherbo, The Birth of Shakespeare Studies: Commentaries from Rowe (1700) to Boswell-Malone (1821), Modern Language Review, 86: 398–9.
R87 “Casts of Mind”. Review of G. E. R. Lloyd, Demystifying Mentalities,
Times Higher Education Supplement, 26 July, p. 21.
R88 Review of John S. Mebane, Renaissance Magic and the Return of the Golden Age: The Occult Tradition and Marlowe, Jonson, and ShakespeareRenaissance Quarterly, 44: 365–9.
R89 “Something rocking in Denmark”. Review of Bryan N. S. Gooch and David Thatcher, eds. A Shakespeare Music Catalogue, 5 vols., TLS, 30 Aug., pp. 14–15.
R90 Review of E. A. J. Honigmann, Myriad-minded Shakespeare: Essays, Chiefly on the Tragedies and Problem ComediesModern Philology, 89: 106–9.
R91 “Humanistic revival”. Review of Anthony Grafton, Defenders of the Text: The Traditions of Scholarship in an Age of Science, 1450–1800Times Higher Education Supplement, 20 Sept., p. 26.
R92 Review of William H. Huffman, Robert Fludd and the end of the RenaissanceWolfenbütteler Renaissance Mitteilungen, 15: 133–5.
R93 Review of R. Kieckhefer, Magic in the Middle Ages; W. Shumaker, Natural Magic and Modern Science: Four Treatises 1590–1657; S. J. Tambiah, Magic, Science, Religion and the Scope of RationalityIsis, 82: 728–31.
R94 Review of William McCuaig, Carlo Sigonio: The Changing World of the Late RenaissanceHistory, 76: 304–5.
1992 R95 “Retrospective revenge”. Review of S. Pumfrey, P. Rossi and M. Slawinski (eds.), Science, Culture and Popular Belief in Renaissance EuropeTimes Higher Education Supplement, 29 May, p. 27.
R96 “Legal theory and court practice”. Review of Ian Maclean, Interpretation and Meaning in the Renaissance. The case of lawTLS, 20 Nov., p. 28.
R97 Review of Timothy Hampton, Writing from History: The Rhetoric of Exemplarity in Renaissance LiteratureHistory, 77: 494–5.
1993 R98 Review of Stanley Wells (ed.), Shakespeare. A Bibliographical GuideReview of English Studies, n. s. 44: 250–5.
R99 Review of J. W. Binns, Intellectual Culture in Elizabethan and Jacobean England: The Latin Writings of the AgeLibrary, 15: 151–5.
R100 Review of M. R. McVaugh and N. G. Siraisi (eds.), Renaissance medical learning: evolution and traditionGesnerus, 50: 148–55.
R101 Review of Shakespeare, Love’s Labour’s Lost, ed.George Hibbard;
Macbeth, ed. Nicholas Brooke, Renaissance Studies, 7: 229–41.
R102 Review of Werner Hüllen, ‘Their Manner of Discourse’: Nachdenken über Sprache im Umkreis der Royal SocietyIsis, 84: 579–80.
R103 Hamlet by Dogberry”. Review of Shakespearean Originals: First Editions. The Tragicall Historie of Hamlet Prince of Denmark, ed. Graham Holderness and Bryan Loughrey, TLS, 24 Dec., pp. 5–6.
1994 R104 Review of Donna B. Hamilton, Shakespeare and the Politics of Protestant England; Leeds Barroll, Politics, Plague, and Shakespeare’s Theater. The Stuart YearsTLS, 22 April, pp. 3–4.
R105 Review of Paola Zambelli, L’ambigua natura della magiaIsis, 85: 318–20.
R106 Review of Valerie I. J. Flint, The Rise of Magic in Early Medieval EuropeHistory of European Ideas, 18: 275–87.
R107 “Who’s in, who’s out”. Review of Irena R. Makaryk (ed.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary Literary TheoryTLS, 15 July, pp. 8–9.
R109 Review of Julian Martin, Francis Bacon, the State, and the Reform of Natural PhilosophyRenaissance Quarterly, 47: 704–7.
R110 Review of Brian P. Copenhaver (ed.), Hermetica. The Greek Corpus Hermeticum and the Latin Asclepius in a new English translation, with notes and introductionAmbix, 41: 45–8.
R111 Review of J. N. Cox and L. J. Reynolds (eds.), New Historical Literary Study. Essays on Reproducing Texts Representing History,
Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography, 8: 122–9.
1995 R112 Review of A. Buck (ed.), Die okkulten Wissenschaften in der RenaissanceAnnals of Science, 55: 77–84.
R113 Review of George Barth, The Pianist as Orator. Beethoven and the Transformation of Keyboard StyleRhetorica, 13: 98–101.
R114 Review of Ruth Padel, Whom Gods Destroy. Elements of Greek and Tragic MadnessTLS, 9 June, p. 32.
R115 Review of Neil Rhodes, The Power of Eloquence and English Renaissance LiteratureModern Philology, 92: 508–13.
R116 Review of Robert K. Faulkner, Francis Bacon and the Project of Progress; B. H. G. Wormald, Francis Bacon: History, Politics, and Science, 1561–1626Isis, 86: 324–5.
R117 Review of Iulius Caesar Scaliger, Poetices libri septem; Sieben Bücher über die Dichtkunst, ed. Luc Deitz, Vols. I–III, Bulletin of the Society for Renaissance Studies, 13: 23–9.
R118 Review of Gert Ueding et al. (eds.), Historisches Wörterbuch der Rhetorik. Vol. 1 (A-Bib), Rhetorica, 13: 345–58.
R119 Review of: G. H. R.Parkinson (ed.), The Renaissance and Seventeenth-century Rationalism (Routledge History of Philosophy, Vol IV), History and Philosophy of Logic, 16: 269–70.
R120 Review of Jonathan Hope, The Authorship of Shakespeare’s Plays. A socio-linguistic studyTLS, 22 Dec., pp. 4–5.
1996 R121 Review of Heinrich F. Plett (ed.), Renaissance-Rhetorik. Renaissance Rhetoric; Peter E. Medine (ed.), Thomas Wilson, The Art of Rhetoric (1560)Renaissance Quarterly, 49: 438–40.
R122 Review of Doreen Innes, Harry Hine and Christopher Pelling (eds.), Ethics and Rhetoric. Classical essays for Donald Russell on his seventy-fifth birthday; Malcolm Heath (tr. and ed.), Hermogenes ‘On Issues’TLS, 2 Aug., p. 27.
R123 Review of Quentin Skinner, Reason and Rhetoric in the Philosophy of HobbesTLS, 26 Aug., pp. 27–8.
R124 Review of George Molland, Mathematics and the Medieval Ancestry of PhysicsAnnals of Science, 53: 640–2.
R125 Review of Robert S. Miola, Shakespeare and Classical Comedy: The Influence of Plautus and TerenceModern Language Review, 91: 964–6.
1997 R126 Review of Jerry Weinberger (ed.), Francis Bacon: The History of the Reign of King Henry the SeventhTLS, 29 Aug., p. 27.
R127 Review of Larry S. Champion, The Essential Shakespeare: An Annotated Bibliography of Major Modern StudiesShakespeare Quarterly, 48: 484–7.
1998 R128 Review of Adam Potkay, The Fate of Eloquence in the Age of Hume,
Rhetorik, 16: 98–9.
R129 Review of Lisa Jardine and Alan Stewart, Hostage to Fortune. The Troubled Life of Francis Bacon; Perez Zagorin, Francis BaconTLS, 19 June, pp. 12, 14.
R130 Review of Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, ed. R. Warren and S. Wells; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, ed. P. Holland, Review of English Studies, 49: 215–21.
R131 Review of Peter Auksi, Christian Plain Style: The Evolution of a Spiritual IdealRenaissance Quarterly, 51: 260–3.
R132 Review of M. L. McLaughlin, Literary Imitation in the Italian RenaissanceModern Language Review, 93: 850–2.
R133 Review of Dolora A. Wojciehowski, Old Masters, New Subjects: Early Modern and Poststructuralist Theories of WillModern Language Review, 93: 776–8.
R134 Review of Aristoteles latine interpretibus variis edidit Academia Regia Borussica Berlin, ed. E. Kessler, Gesnerus, 55: 124–5.
1999 R135 Review of Heinrich F. Plett, English Rhetoric and Poetics, A Systematic BibliographyInternational Journal of the Classical Tradition, 5: 260–6.
R136 Review of Edward Grant, The Foundations of Modern Science in the Middle AgesAnnals of Science, 56: 101–2.
R137 “Derrida and the TLS”. Review of John D. Caputo (editor), Deconstruction in a Nutshell. A Conversation with Jacques Derrida; Seán Burke, The Death and Return of the Author. Criticism and Subjectivity in Barthes, Foucault and DerridaTLS, 12 February 1999, p. 12.
R138 Review of Gary A. Stringer (ed.), The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne, Volume 6, The Anniversaries and the Epicedes and ObsequiesAnalytical and Enumerative Bibliography, 10: 32–7.
R139 Review of Gary A. Stringer et al., The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne, Volume 8, The Epigrams, Epithalamions, Inscriptions, and Miscellaneous PoemsAnalytical and Enumerative Bibliography, 10: 105–8.
R140 Review of Shakespeare, Othello, ed. E. A. J. Honigmann; The Two Noble Kinsmen, ed. L. Potter, Review of English Studies, 50: 79–84.
R141 Review of Franciscus Iunius, De Pictura Veterum Libri Tres, vol. 1, ed. Colette Nativel, Rhetorica, 17: 220–1.
R142 Review of Graham Rees (ed.), The Oxford Francis Bacon, Vol VI: Philosophical Studies c. 1611–1619Isis90: 117–9.
R143 Review of Shakespeare, Henry IV Part 2, ed. R. Weis, Review of English Studies, n. s. 50: 530–1.
R144 Review of Shakespeare, King Edward III, ed. Giorgio Melchiori;
The First Quarto of ‘Hamlet’, ed. Kathleen O. Irace; Pericles, Prince of Tyre, ed. Doreen DelVecchio and Antony Hammond, Yearbook of English Studies, 30: 300–3.
R145 Review of Julie Robin Solomon, Objectivity in the making. Francis Bacon and the Politics of InquiryIsis, 90: 594–5.
2000 R146 Review of Yun Lee Too, The Idea of Ancient Literary Criticism, and Stephen Usher, Greek OratoryTLS, 11 Feb.: 10.
R147 Review of Julius Caesar Scaliger, Poetices Libri Septem; Sieben Bücher über die Dichtkunst, Vol. IV: Book 5, ed. L. Deitz and G. Vogt-Spira, Bulletin of the Society for Renaissance Studies, 17: 27–8.
2001 R148 Review of H. J. Jackson and George Whalley (eds.), The Collected Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Vol. 12. Marginalia, IV. Pamphlets to ShakespeareYearbook of English Studies, 31: 267–8.
R149 Review of David Scott Kastan (ed.), A Companion to ShakespeareReview of English Studies, n. s. 52: 566–70.
R150 Review of Peter Beal, In Praise of Scribes: Manuscripts and their Makers in Seventeenth-Century EnglandAnalytical and Enumerative Bibliography, 12: 112–16.
R151 Review of Daniel Garber and Michael Ayers (eds.), with the assistance of Roger Ariew and Allan Gabbey, The Cambridge History of Seventeenth-Century PhilosophyRenaissance Quarterly, 54: 618–24.
R152 Review of Jay L. Halio (ed.), Shakespeare and Fletcher, King Henry VIII, or All is True; Gordon McMullan (ed.), King Henry VIIIReview of English Studies, n. s. 52: 122–7.
R153 Review of Don Foster, Author Unknown. On the trail of AnonymousTLS, 6 July, p. 27.
R154 Review of Rose-Mary Sargent (ed.), Francis Bacon, Selected Philosophical WorksIsis, 92: 783–4.
R155 Review of James L. Harner (ed.), The World Shakespeare Bibliography 1980–1996 on CD-RomAnalytical and Enumerative Bibliography, 12: 305–7.
2002 R156 Review of Lorna Flint, Shakespeare’s Third Keyboard. The Significance of Rime in Shakespeare’s Plays; Charles H. Frey, Making Sense of ShakespeareModern Language Review, 97: 170–2.
R157 Review of Richard Rex (ed.), A Reformation Rhetoric. Thomas Swynnerton’s The Tropes and Figures of ScriptureRhetorica, 20: 98–100.
2003 R158 Review of John Jowett (ed.), Shakespeare, Richard IIIReview of English Studies, n. s. 54: 242–6.
R159 Review of Stephen Gaukroger, Francis Bacon and the Transformation of Early-Modern PhilosophyRenaissance Quarterly, 56: 856–9.
R160 Review of Brendan Dooley, Morandi’s Last Prophecy and the End of Renaissance PoliticsEnglish Historical Review, 118: 1387–8.
2004 R161 Review of Peter Mack, Elizabethan RhetoricReview of English Studies, n. s. 55: 122–4.
2005 R162 Review of N. F. Blake, A Grammar of Shakespeare’s LanguageReview of English Studies, n.s. 56: 145–7.
R163 Review of J.C. Scaliger, Poetices libri septem. Sieben Bücher über die Dichtkunst, vol. V, ed. and trans. Gregor Vogt-Spira and Luc Deitz, Bulletin of Renaissance Studies, 22: 32–6.
R164 “Idle Worship”. Review of Peter Dawkins, The Shakespeare Enigma; Richards Malim (ed.), Great Oxford. Essays on the life and works of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, 1550–1604; Alex Jack (ed.), Hamlet By Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare; Scott McCrea, The Case for Shakespeare. The end of the authorship questionTLS, 19 August, pp. 6–8.
2006 R165 Review of Lukas Erne, Shakespeare as Literary DramatistModern Language Review 101: 225–6.
R166 “By other hands”. Review of The Oxford Complete Works of Shakespeare, Second Edition, TLS, 11 August, pp. 10–12.
R167 “‘The Face of the Bard?’ New Light on the Stratford Shakespeare Monuments”, TLS, 18–25 August, pp. 16–17.
R168 “Corses and cares”. Review of Steven W. May and William Ringler, Jr., Elizabethan Poetry. A Bibliography and first-line index of English verse, 1559–1603TLS, 10 February, p. 7.
R169 Review of Stephen A. McKnight, The Religious Foundations of Francis Bacon’s ThoughtRenaissance Quarterly 60: 320–1.
R170 “Experts and Middle-Men”. Review of Eric Ash, Power, Knowledge, and Expertise in Elizabethan EnglandMetascience 15: 503–6.
R171 “A rage for order”. Review of Robert Applebaum, Literature and Utopian politics in Seventeenth-Century England; Paul A. Olson, The Kingdom of Science. Literary Utopianism and British Education, 1612–1870; Toby Green, Thomas More’s Magician. A Novel Account of Utopia in MexicoTLS, 10 June, pp. 13–15.
2007 R172 “A living art”, Review of Andrew Laird (ed.), Ancient Literary Criticism and Gert Ueding (ed.), Historisches Wörterbuch der Rhetorik, Band 7, TLS, 5 October, p. 10.
R173 Review of Heinrich F. Plett, Rhetoric and Renaissance Culture, Rhetorica, 25: 435–9.
2008 R174 Review of Gary A. Stringer et el. (eds.), The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne, vol. 7, part 1: The Holy SonnetsTLS, 25 January 2008.
2009 R175 “Heavenly Eloquence”, review of Carla Mazzio, The Inarticulate Renaissance. Language Trouble in an Age of Eloquence, and Sylvia Adamson, Gavin Alexander and Katrin Ettenhuber (eds.), Renaissance Figures of SpeechTimes Literary Supplement, 29 May 2009, pp. 10-11.
2009 R175a Robert K. Turner and Virginia  Westling Haas (eds.), The Winter’s Tale. A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare, Review of English Studies 60 (2009): 312-17.
2012 R176 “The Library of a Polymath”. Essay review of Urs B. Leu, Raffael Keller and Sandra Weimann, Conrad Gessner’s Private Library (Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2008), Annals of Science, 69: 571-4.
R177 Review of A. S. G. Edwards (ed.), ‘W. W. Greg Fifty Years On’ (Textual Cultures, 2009), Publications of the Bibliographical Society of America, 106: 131-3.
2014 R178 Review of Standish Henning and John Hazel Smith (eds), The Comedy of Errors. A New Variorum Edition of ShakespeareReview of English Studies, 75: 733-7.
R179 Review of Iulius Caesar Scaliger, Poetices libri septem. Sieben Bücher über die Dichtkunst Band VI, Renaissance Studies, 28: 799-800.
2015 R180 Review of A. S. McGrade (ed.), Richard Hooker, Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity. A critical Edition with modern spellingReview of English Studies, 66 (2015): 575-7.
2016 R181 Review of Lawrence Manley and Sally-Beth MacLean, Lord Strange’s Men and Their Plays, in Modern Philology 113 (2015): E81–E86.
R182 “Shakespeare’s kind of play?”, review of Peter Kirwan, Shakespeare and the Idea of ApocryphaTimes Literary Supplement, 22 April 2016, pp. 8-9.
2019 R183 Review of Sukanta Chaudhuri, Pastoral Poetry of the English RenaissanceReview of English Studies 70 (2019): 559-62.
2021 R184 Review of The Works of John Webster: An Old-Spelling Critical edition, 4 vols. (Cambridge, 1995-2019), The Library, 7th series 22:3 (September): 392-6.
2022 R185 Review of David McInnis, Shakespeare and Lost Plays. Reimagining Drama in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 2022), Times Literary Supplement, 22 April 2022, pp. 10-11.
R186 Review of Lukas Erne and Devani Singh (eds.), Bel-vedére or The Garden of the Muses. An Early Modern Printed Commonplace Book (Cambridge, 2020), Review of English Studies 73 (2022): 593-6.
R187 Review [part 1] of Richard Knowles (ed.), A New Variorum Edition of King Lear (New York, 2020), Shakespeare Quarterly 72.1-2 (2022): 150-5.
R188 Review [part 2] of Richard Knowles (ed.), A New Variorum Edition of King Lear (New York, 2020), Shakespeare Quarterly 72.3-4 (2022): 325-330.
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