Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare: Romances

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Geoffrey Bullough
Columbia University Press, 1975 - Literary Criticism - 423 pages
 

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Contents

Source From The First Volume of Chronicles
38
Source From The Description and Historie
46
Source Frederyke of Jennen Anon 1560 edn
63
A Comedy by Lope
79
Analogue From Certaine Tragicall Discourses
87
Analogue From Jerusalem Delivered by Tor
103
The Winters Tale Introduction
115
Source Pandosto The Triumph of Time
156
Analogue From The History of the Tryall
229
The Tempest Introduction
237
Source From A True Repertory of the Wracke
275
Probable Source From A True and Sincere
299
Analogue From The Fair Sidea by Jacob Ayrer
310
Analogue From A Most Pleasant Comedie
316
Analogue From The Three Satyrs A Pastoral Tale
322
Possible Source From Hymenaei A Masque
329

Analogue From The Countesse of Pembrokes
199
Probable Source From The Fishermans Tale
207
Sources From The Second Part of Connycatching
214
Possible Source From The Ninth Book ofAmadis
222

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