The Women of Shakespeare

Shakespeare , thc grcat English poet , does not perhaps present such crassly
opposed facets as Dante , but he too , to use his own words , has " an infinite
variety , " and can be studied under many different aspects . And each such
careful ...

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A Life of William Shakespeare

But Ireland's and Jordan's frauds are clumsy compared with those that belong to
the present century . Most of the works Forgeries relating to the biography of
Shakespeare or the promulga- history of the Elizabethan stage produced by John
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Shakespeare s As You Like it

Compact of jars , composed of discords . Jar as a substantive is used elsewhere
by Shakespeare , in the general sense of discord . 6 . Discord in the spheres .
The old belief in the music of the spheres is frequently referred to by
Shakespeare .

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The Works of William Shakespeare

The changes which Shakespeare made in the composition of the play are the
result of omission and condensation . He compressed all the essential action of a
long , tedious dramatic story in two parts into an ordinary five act piece , in which
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Books on Shakespeare

Vols . Size . Date 57084 Cohn ( A . ) Shakespeare in Germany . . I 4to 1865
26894 Coleridge ( S . T . ) Notes and Lectures on Shakespeare , etc . . . 1 duo
1875 26546 Craik ( Ğ . L . ) The English of Shakespeare . . . . 1 duo 1857 71596
Dowden ...

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Shakespeare s Life and Work

Shakespeare was a schoolmaster , Bohemia , allotted a seashore in 17 ; on the
poet's acting , 26 Winter's Tale , 132 ; translations Belleforest ( François de ) ,
Shake of Shakespeare in , 199 speare's indebtedness to the ' His - Boiardo , 126
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

This volume is a reprint of the Hayes Barton titles published for the educational market. Included are his Sonnets and longer poems.

Author: William Shakespeare

Publisher: Graphic Arts Books

ISBN: 0882408704

Category: Drama

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From Shakespeare’s historical plays and comedies such as As You Like It and The Taming of the Shrew, to the great tragedies of Macbeth, Othello and Hamlet you will find the famous plots, wit and drama. This volume is a reprint of the Hayes Barton titles published for the educational market. Included are his Sonnets and longer poems.

Shakespeare s Tempest

With Notes, Examination Papers, and Plan of Preparation, Edited by J.M.D.
Meiklejohn William Shakespeare. An attempt has been made in these new
editions to interpret Shakespeare by the aid of Shakespeare himself . The
Method of ...

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Shakespeare s Perjured Eye

cently—if not with Shakespeare, then in the Renaissance, when an allegoricizing
literature begins to rewrite itself in a more ... Yet this is a taste that has always
been fed by the Shakespearean, in the sense that even Shakespeare's most
thinly ...

Author: Joel Fineman

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Fineman argues that in the sonnets Shakespeare developed an unprecedented poetic persona, one that subsequently became the governing model of all literary subjectivity. This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press's mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1986.

A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare As you like it 1890

MOBERLY ( Rugby ed . ) . . . . . . A . W . WARD : History of English Dramatic
Poetry . . INGLEBY : Shakespeare Hermeneutics , or The Still Lion J . Weiss : Wit ,
Humour , and Shakespeare , Boston . . H . ULRICI : Shakespeare ' s Dramatic Arl
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Outlines of the Life of Shakespeare

Quiney , Judith , — the marital name of the poet ' s younger daughter , Judith
Shakespeare , q . v . Quiney , Richard , - is urged to commu . nicate with
Shakespeare respecting the expediency of the latter acquiring property near his
native town ...

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Shakespeare s Comedies

The utopian bent of the proleptic imagination in A Midsummer Night's Dream,
indeed the utopian logic of Shakespearean comedy at large, is captured
precisely in the next three lines: Such tricks hath strong imagination That if it
would but ...

Author: Kiernan Ryan

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Shakespeare Bacon Jonson and Greene

Shakespeare and Greene . I have at page 165 stated that in my opinion there
seems strong reasons for believing that Shakespeare and Greene may have
stood in the relation of pupil and tutor to one another . We have not sufficient data
to ...

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Shakespeare Bacon

For the rest , though it might be rash to assert that in the first decade of the
seventeenth century Bacon and Shakespeare would have been in perfect accord
as to the “ hundred best books , ” we may safely assume that Shakespeare ' s ...

Author: Edward Walter Smithson

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Shakespeare s Macbeth

With Notes, Examination Papers, and Plan of Preparation William Shakespeare,
Brainerd Kellogg. 2,17.3.2 ENGLISH CLASSICS , FOR Classes in English
Literature , Reading , Grammar , etc. EDITED BY EMINENT ENGLISH
SCHOLARS .

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William Shakespeare

For by the biograpby of Shakespeare one cannot understand the records of I As
evidence of this neglect we may cite the " Journal " of the Rev . John Ward ,
Incumbent of Stratford - upon - Avon , to which he was appointed in 1662 . This
diary ...

Author: Nicholas Patrick Wiseman

Publisher: London : Hurst and Blackett

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Shakespeare through Letters

STUDIES IN LETTER-WRITING In recent years scholars have turned their
attention to the habits and practices of letter-writing in Shakespeare's England.
Various scholars have explored how the practices came about and what they
imply.

Author: David M. Bergeron

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 1793631697

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 254

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In Shakespeare through Letters, David M. Bergeron analyzes the letters found within Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, and tragedies, arguing that the letters offer the principal intertextual element in the plays as text in their own right. Bergeron posits that Shakespeare’s theater itself exists at the intersection of oral and textual culture, which the letters also exhibit as they represent writing, reading, and interpretation in a way that audiences would be familiar with, in contrast with the illustrious culture of kings, queens, and warriors. This book demonstrates that the letters, profound or perfunctory, constitute texts that warrant interpretation even as they remain material stage props, impacting narrative development, revealing character, and enhancing the play’s tone. Scholars of literature, theater, and history will find this book particularly useful.

William Shakespeare Chris Ofili Othello

Notes 1 See François Laroque, Shakespeare's Festive World: Elizabethan
Seasonal Entertainment and the Professional Stage (Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1991), pp. 282–302. 2 For an excellent discussion of black
actors' ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: 1644230224

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Othello remains one of Shakespeare's most contemporary and moving plays, with its emphasis on race, revenge, murder, and lost love. Chris Ofili’s new edition highlight’s the tragedy of Othello’s plight in ways no other volume of this play has. In twelve etchings Ofili has produced to illustrate this play, Othello is depicted with tears in his eyes, which flow below various scenes visualized in his forehead. Ofili asks us to see in Othello the great injustices that still plague the world today. These images add feeling to Shakespeare’s words, and together they form their own hybrid object—something between a book and a visual retelling of the tragedy. With a foreword by the renowned critic Fred Moten, this edition is the first of its kind and puts Othello’s blackness and interiority front and center, forcing us to confront the complex world that ultimately dooms him. The first play in the Seeing Shakespeare Series, Othello is illustrated by English contemporary artist Chris Ofili. Future titles in the series include A Midsummer Night’s Dream illustrated by Marcel Dzama and The Merchant of Venice with images by Jordan Wolfson.

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The Works of Shakespeare

What the other Pericles was , and who the other ShakeSpearean man , are
questions which an editor of Shakespeare who prints large portions of the other
man ' s work cannot altogether pass by , but which we have no means of
decisively ...

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