A Selective Bibliography of Shakespeare: Editions, Textual Studies, Commentary

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Associated University Presses, 1975 - Drama - 309 pages
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This bibliography provides easy access to the most important Shakespeare studies in the past four decades. Brief annotations, a detailed table of contents, cross-references, and a complete index make this bibliography especially useful.
 

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Contents

General Reference Works
1
BibliographiesEnumerative
9
Dictionaries and Concordances
13
Textual Studies and Critical Bibliography
15
Shakespearean Publications
27
Shakespeare Collections
29
Biography
31
Education
36
Commentary
121
Editions
125
Editions
129
Editions
132
Editions
134
Editions
137
Editions
139
Editions
144

Handwriting
37
Iconography
38
Circle
39
Works
40
Chronology
43
Collected Editions
44
Commentary
47
Commentary
49
Editions to 1700 Folio Facsimilies Series of Quarto Facsimilies
51
Adaptations
53
Promptbook
55
Translations
56
Commentary
58
Editions
60
Editions
64
Commentary
66
Commentary
67
Editions
68
Editions
71
Editions
73
Editions
74
Commentary
75
Editions
85
Editions
88
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90
Editions
92
Commentary
93
Editions
95
Textual Commentary
97
Editions
98
Editions
99
Textual Commentary
100
Editions
102
Editions
104
Editions
108
Commentary
109
Commentary
116
Editions
117
Commentary
119
Editions
120
Editions
145
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147
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148
Editions
149
Editions
150
Editions
153
Commentary
154
Editions
155
Commentary
156
Editions
158
Textual Commentary
162
Editions
164
Editions
168
Commentary
170
Editions
172
Editions
174
Editions
178
Textual Commentary
180
Editions
181
Editions
182
Editions
183
Collections of Essays
186
Comprehensive Works and Single Studies
190
The Comedies
223
The History Plays
228
The Tragedies
232
The Problem Plays
238
Sources
239
Background
242
Playhouses Stages Staging Actors to 1660
252
Stage History after 1660
264
Audience
268
Allusions
269
Reputation and Influence
270
Music
275
Recordings
278
Illustrations
279
Authorship
280
Index of Authors Editors and Translators
285
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About the author (1975)

Jeanne Addison Roberts, a professor of Literature at American University, is the author of "Shakespeare's English Comedy: "The Merry Wives of Windsor" in Context" (1979), also published by the University of Nebraska Press.

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