Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare: Major tragedies. Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth. Volume VII

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Columbia University Press, 1973 - Literary Criticism - 553 pages
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Combines historical and literary data in this discussion of the sources and background of Shakespeare's plays.
 

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Contents

Source From Historiae Danicae by Saxo Gram
60
Possible Source From The Romane Historie
80
Analogue Henrici Scotorum Regis Manes
125
Possible Sources From Seneca His Tenne
159
Analogue From The St Albans Chronicle
165
Possible Historical Source The murder
172
Probable Historical Allusions
184
Othello Introduction
193
Possible Historical Source The Annesley
309
Aaron Thompson 1718
311
Possible Source From An Historical Descrip
320
Source From The Faerie Queene by Edmund
332
Source From A Declaration of egregious Popish
414
Macbeth Introduction
423
Analogue From Vertumnus Sive Annus Recurrens
470
Source From The Chronicles of England Scot
478

Source From Gli Hecatommithi by G B Giraldi
239
Possible Source Certaine Tragicall Discourses
253
Probable Source From The Generall Historic
262
King Lear Introduction
269
Probable Source From Rerum Scoticarum
509
Analogues Bloodstained Hands
523
INDEX
549
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