Additional bibliography for study
-Jardine, Lisa. “‘Why should he call her whore?: Defamation and Desdemona’s Case’” in Reading Shakespeare Historically. Routledge, 1996. ON RESERVE AUTH-ENL/
-Krontiris, Tina. “Tragic Hero and Tragic Victim: the Othello-Desdemona Relationship in Shakespeare’s Othello” in Logomachia, ed. E. Douka-Kabitoglou, Thessaloniki 1994, pp. 199-210. ON RESERVE, AUTH-ENL/.
-Krontiris, Tina. Oppositional Voices: Women as Writers and Translators in The English Renaissance. Routledge, 1992. See ch. 3: “Noblewomen Dramatizing the Husband-Wife Conflict” [incl. the conflict in Mariam].
ON RESERVE, AUTH-ENL, and Google Books
-Ferguson, Margaret and Barry Weller (eds.), The Tragedy of Mariam, the Fair Queen of Jewry. Univ of California Press, 1994. See “Introduction,” esp. the section on “Mariam and Shakespeare.” (Google Books)
-Purkiss, Dianne, ed. Renaissance Women: the Plays of Elizabeth Cary, the Poems of Aemilia Lanyer. ON RESERVE, AUTH-ENL.
-Wells, Stanely. Shakespeare, Sex and Love. Oxford U Press, 2010. (Esp. ch 1: “Sexuality in Shakespeare’s Time,” and ch 7: “Sexual Jealousy.”) ON RESERVE, AUTH-ENL.
-‘Thomas Middleton’ in New World Encyclopedia (on line) http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Thomas_Middleton
-Daalder, Joost. “Folly and Madness in The Changeling.” Essays in Criticism 38/1 (1988): 1-21. (e-learning)
-Daadler, Joost. The Role of Isabella in The Changeling.” English Studies', vol.73, no.1, 22-29. (e-learning)
-O’Callaghan, Michelle. Thomas Middleton, Renaissance Dramatist. Edinburgh Univ Press, 2009. [Ch. 7: “Partners in Tragedy: The Changeling.” (e-learning) ]
-Rose, Mary Beth. The Expense of Spirit: Love and Sexuality in Renaissance Drama. Cornell Univ Press, 1988. (See ch 1: “Moral Conceptions of Sexual Love in Elizabethan Comedy” and ch 3: “The Heroics of Marriage in English Renaissance Tragedy,” incl. Othello). ON RESERVE, AUTH-ENL/.