"Caparisoned like the horse": Tongue and Tail in Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew LaRue Love Sloan
Brian Vickers, Approaching Shakespeare's Late Style.
A Study of Early Music on Cd-Rom (Book Review)
"with Honour Quit the Fort": Ambivalent Colonialism in Dryden's Amboyna.
Other Accents: Some Problems with Identifying Elizabethan Pronunciation (Book Review)
The Taming of the Shrew and Henry IV, Part 2 (The Fair Maid of the West) (Theater Review)
Divorcing Kin and Kind: Selective Generosity in a Woman Killed with Kindness (Critical Essay)