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Spring 2012, 54:1

Texas Studies in Literature and Language

Special Issue: Literature and Religious Conflict in the English Renaissance: Essays from the Inaugural Year of the Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies

Guest Editors: Wayne A. Rebhorn and Frank Whigham

Introduction
Wayne A. Rebhorn and Frank Whigham
Rewriting Spiritual Community in Spenser, Donne, and the Book of Common Prayer
Daniel R. Gibbons
“A warre . . . commodious”: Dramatizing Islamic Schism in and after Tamburlaine
Jane Grogan
The Theater of the Damned: Religion and the Audience in the Tragedy of Christopher Marlowe
David K. Anderson
Reformed Dragons: Bevis of Hampton, Sir Thomas Malory’s Le Morte Darthur, and Spenser’s Faerie Queene
Kenneth Hodges
Equivocation, Cognition, and Political Authority in Early Modern England
Todd Butler
Temperate Revenge: Religion, Profit, and Retaliation in 1622 Jamestown
Kasey Evans
The Politics of Truth in Herbert of Cherbury
Anita Gilman Sherman