Anthony Dawson and Paul Yachnin are companions, both Professors of English at the University of British Columbia, and the book to which they contribute more-or-less alternating chapters is an account of their discussion and debate on the topic of what playgoing meant in Shakespeare's England.
Shakespeare and Sexuality is a catchy, catch-all title for a volume of ten essays by British and US academics written at the end of the last century and published at the beginning of this. With a single exception, all the essays have appeared elsewhere before.
Shakespeare's Ovid: The Metamorphoses in the Plays and Poems is a collection of essays made by A.B. Taylor and written by a variety of scholars, and it is perhaps inevitable that it lacks any real unifying thread, being a gathering of comments rather than an interpretation of the phenomenon it examines.