Shakespeare Survey, Volume 42
Cambridge University Press, Nov 28, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 236 pages
Contents: 'Jack hath not Jill': Failed Courtship in Lyly and Shakespeare, David Bevington; Truth and Art in History Plays, G.K. Hunter; Chronicles and Mythmaking in Shakespeare's Joan of Arc, Richard F. Hardin; King John and Embarassing Women, Juliet Dusinberre; Golding's Ovid, Shakespeare's 'Small Latin', and the Real Object of Mockery in 'Pyramus and Thisbe', Anthony Brian Taylor; Ovid and the Sonnets; or, did Shakespeare Feel the Anxiety of Influence?, Jonathan Bate; The Play of Sir Thomas More and Some Contemporary Events, E.A.J. Honigmann; 'Nobody's Perfect': Actors' Memories and Shakespeare's Plays of the 1590s, Lois Potter; The Boyhood of Shakespeare's Heroines, P.H. Parry; Shakespeare's 'Brawl Ridiculous', Charles Edelman; Shakespeare's Handwriting, Giles E. Dawson. Also Shakespeare Performances in England 1987-8, and The Year's Contributions to Shakespeare Studies.
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Failed Courtship in Lyly and Shakespeare
Truth and Art in History Plays
Chronicles and Mythmaking in Shakespeares Joan of Arc
King John and Embarrassing Women
Goldings Ovid Shakespeares Small Latin and the Real Object of Mockery in Pyramys and Thisbe
Ovid and the Sonnets or did Shakespeare Feel the Anxiety of Influence?
The Play of Sir Thomas More and Some Contemporary Events
Actors Memories and Shakespeares Plays of the 1590s
Shakespeare Performance in England 19878
Professional Shakespeare Productions in the British Isles JanuaryDecember 1987
Critical Studies reviewed
Shakespeares Life Times and Stage reviewed
Editions and Textual Studies reviewed
The Boyhood of Shakespeares Heroines
Shakespeares Brawl Ridiculous
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