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Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection - 4th Floor -- PR2801.A87 2007
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From "the unfortunate comedy" to "this infinitely fascinating play": the critical and theatrical emergence of All's well, that ends well / Gary Waller -- Revising the sources: Novella, romance, and the meaning of fiction in All's well, that ends well / Steven Mentz -- "As sweet as sharp": Helena and the fairy bride tradition / Regina Buccola -- Tying the (k)not: the marriage of tragedy and comedy in All's well, that ends well / Paul Gleed -- All's well, that ends well and the art of the retrograde motion / Deanne Williams -- Performing woman: female theatrically in All's well that ends well / Kent R. Lehnhof -- "To make the 'not' eternal": female eloquence and patriarchal authority in All's well that ends well / Ellen Belton -- Shakespeare's miracle play? Religion in All's well, that ends well / Helen Wilcox -- She is in the right: biblical maternity and all's well, that ends well / Michele Osherow -- "The credit of your father": absent fathers in All's well, that ends well / David M. Bergeron -- " 'Twas mine, 'twas Helen's": rings of desire in All's well, that ends well / Nicholas Ray -- "Sweet practice, thy physic I will try": Helena and her 'Good receipt' in All's well, that ends well / Catherine Field -- All's well, that ends well and the 1604 controversy concerning the court of wards and liveries / Terry Reilly -- Playing it accordingly: Parolles and Shakespeare's knee-crooking knaves / Craig Dionne -- All's well as television: the 1980 Moshinsky production / Bob White -- Appendix: Select list of productions of All's well, that ends well, 1953-2006. check availability of print copy