The Cambridge Shakespeare Library: Shakespeare's times, texts, and stages

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Catherine M. S. Alexander
Cambridge University Press, 2003 - 472 pages
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Contents

STANLEY WELLS Introduction
1
S BLAND Shakespeare and the ordinary word 1951
8
BRYAN LOUGHREY AND NEIL TAYLOR Ferdinand and Miranda at chess 1982
30
SHAKESPEARES READINGKNOWLEDGE
49
T J B SPENCER Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Romans 1957
83
TEXT
104
CHARLTON HINMAN Shakespeares text then now and tomorrow 1965
113
a bibliographical casehistory 1956
123
MARK MATHESON Venetian culture and the politics of Othello 1995
341
sonneteers 1962
351
A SHAPIRO Shakespeare and Mundy 1961
358
STAGING
366
NICHOLAS SHRIMPTON Shakespeare performances in StratforduponAvon
380
GERALD EADES BENTLEY Shakespeare and the Blackfriars Theatre 1948
401
ARTHUR COLBY SPRAGUE Shakespeares unnecessary characters 1967
412
ANDREW GURR Who strutted and bellowed? 1963
419

KENNETH MUIR Shakespeares hand in The Two Noble Kinsmen 1958
139
TIMES
150
HISTORIES
171
CONTEXT OF SPECIFIC WORKS
256
history of Julius Caesar 1988
322
REVIEWS
324
POETRY
438
Index
439
John Shaw The staging of parody and parallels in i Henry IV 1967
452
TRAGEDIES
456
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