Volume 37, Number 2 (2020)

37.2 Cover


Front Matter

i-v





Contents Page

vii-xi




Articles

In memoriam: Ian Donaldson (1935–2020)

R. S. White, Martin Butler, David McInnis

xiii-xxii

Introduction to Special Issue: Representing Queens

Stephanie Russo

1-8

I: Inscribing Queens


‘My Lady Queen, the Lord of the Manor’: The Economic Roles of Late-Medieval English Queens

Michelle Seah

9-36  

Remembering Queen Mary in Book Dedications

Valerie Schutte

37-50  

Heroic Queens in the Age of the Stuart Kings: Elizabeth and Boudicca

Carole Levin

51-78

II: Queens in Fiction and Fictional Queens


Examining Sinister Impulses behind the Debasement of Queen Guinevere in her Nineteenth-Century British Cultural Afterlife

Ellie Crookes

79-102

‘She was dead meat’: Imagining the Execution of Anne Boleyn in History and Fiction

Laura Saxton

103-124

At the Border of Life and Death: The Ghost of Anne Boleyn

Stephanie Russo

125-150

‘Go too far on Tudor-speak, all hey-nonny-nonny, [and] you’ll alienate your readers’: Alison Weir, Historical Fiction, and the Representation of Tudor History

Hilary Jane Locke

151-170


Reviews

171-260





Short Notices

261-272