MemberCyrus Mulready

…espeare Survey. 2018.

“Romance and Tragicomedy.” (co-authored with Jane Degenhardt). The Blackwell Companion to Renaissance Drama. 2017.

“Making History in Q Henry V.” English Literary Renaissance. 43.3, September 2013.

Review of The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser, Ed. Richard McCabe. Sixteenth Century Journal. 43.3, Fall 2012.

“Romance on the Early Modern Stage.”  Blackwell’s Literature Compass. 6.1,  January 2009.

“‘Asia of the One Side, Affric of the Other’: Sidney’s Unities and the Staging of Ro…

Early modern English literature and culture, Shakespeare, drama, genre, overseas expansion, book history

DepositWhat Means a Knight?: Red Cross Knight and Edgar

Analyzes Spenser’s Red-Cross Knight and Shakespeare’s Edgar as chivalric knights in the tradition of English chivalric romance, and compares these writers’ attitudes toward the knights and the chivalry which they represent. Finds that, contrary to common interpretation, Spenser is the more modern, Shakespeare the more medieval, in their regard for chivalric knighthood.