Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare, Volume 3

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Geoffrey Bullough
Columbia University Press, 1973 - Literary Criticism - 512 pages
 

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Contents

THE GENERAL THEME
16
Henry VI Part 1 Introduction
23
Source From The Union of the Two Noble
42
Source From The Third Volume of Chronicles
74
Contemporary
80
Texts
90
Source From The Union of the Two Noble
101
Probable Source From Actes and Monuments
126
b King Henry the Sixth Excerpt
214
Richard III Introduction
221
Source From The Union of the Two Noble
249
Probable Source From A Myrrourefor Magistrates
301
Hercules Furens Act II trans by Jasper Hey
313
Richard II Introduction
353
Source From The Union of the Two Noble
383
Probable Source From The First Fowre Bookes
434

Analogue Device for Lord Mayors Pageant
133
Analogue From A Myrrourefor Magistrates 1559
150
Henry VI Part 3 Introduction
157
Source From The Union of the Two Noble
172
Source From The Third Volume of Chronicles
208
Source From Thomas of Woodstock Anon
460
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE
492
BIBLIOGRAPHY
499
INDEX TO INTRODUCTIONS
508
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