Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus, Troilus and Cressida, Timon of Athens, Pericles, Prince of Tyre. Other classical plays. VI

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Geoffrey Bullough
Columbia University Press, 1966 - Literary Criticism - 578 pages
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Contents

Probable Source A and Analogue B
34
T Andronicus ballad
44
Source From Thyestes by L A Seneca trans
58
Analogue A Lamentable Ballad Anon 7 1
71
Probable Source From Plutarchs Parallel Lives
77
Troilus and Cressida Introduction
83
Source A and Analogue
112
Probable Source From Ovids Metamorphoses
151
Analogue From Timone by M M Boiardo
277
Analogue The Palace of Pleasure by W Painter
293
Pericles Prince of Tyre Introduction
349
Texts
375
Source The Patterne of Painefull Adventures
423
Arcadia by Sir Philip Sidney 1590
482
Analogue The Painfull Adventures of Pericles
492
Analogue From The Orator by Alexander
546

Possible Source The Troilus and Cressida Plot
220
Source Plutarchs Lives of the Noble Grec1ans
251
Translation of Possible Source The Dialogue
263

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