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Articles are arranged alphabetically by author.
Best, Michael. Scholarly Editions of
Shakespeare for the Internet.
Brightest Heaven of Invention, in First Things.
Bradley, A. C.
from Project Gutenberg. See also, the full view, PDF version from
Google Book Search.
Brooke, C. F. Tucker.
The Tudor Drama: A History of English National Drama To The Retirement
of Shakespeare, Houghton Mifflin, 1911, from Google Book
Search, full view and PDF, 461 pages.
Bushnell, Rebecca. Reinventing
Rare Books: The "Virtual Furness Shakespeare Library" at the
University of Pennsylvania, EMLS 5.3.
Castaldo, Annalisa. A Text of
Shreds and Patches: Shakespeare and Popular Culture. (SRASP - Volume 20,
Cult-Historicists, in Renaissance Forum 1:1.
Davidson, Mary Catherine.
Shakespeare Consciously Use Archaic English? EMLS Special
Derdzinski, Mark. "'Invisible
Bullets': Unseen Potential in Stephen Greenblatt's New Historicism"
Díaz-Fernández, José Ramón. Shakespeare
on Television: A Bibliography of Criticism, from EMLS
6.1, May 2000.
1879, full-view from Google Book Search.
Critical Study of His Mind and Art, 1879, from Google Book
Search, full view and PDF, 434 pages.
Shakespeare, 1895, full-view from Google Book Search.
Ewert, K. A. Commodification
and Representation: The Body in Shakespeares History Plays. (SRASP -
Volume 21, 1998)
@ the Table
of the Great: Hospitable Editing and the Internet Shakespeare Editions
Project, EMLS 9.3.
Fleay, Frederick Gard.
Shakespeare Manual, 1876. A full view, PDF downloadable,
scan of the very influential work by the great Victorian editor from
Google Book Search.
Forward , Geoffrey G. What
"Maior" is Falstaff Denying?
Arithmetic of Memory: Shakespearean Documents as Text, Image, and Code,
Godshalk, W. L. Shakespeares
Edward III. (SRASP - Volume 21, 1998).
Gorman, Sara. "The
Theatricality of Transformation: cross-dressing, sexual misdemeanour and
gender/sexuality spectra on the Elizabethan stage, Bridewell Hospital
Court Records, and the Repertories of the Court of the Aldermen,
1574-1607". EMLS 13.3.
Some Problems with Identifying Elizabethan Pronunciation,
Guy-Bray, Stephen. "Shakespeare
and the Invention of the Heterosexual". EMLS Special
Issue 16 (October, 2007).
in Early Modern Culture, with
Hammersmith, James P. "Shakespeare
and the Tragic Virtue." Southern Humanities Review
24.3 (Summer 1990): 245-54. On-line publication edited by Joanne E.
Gates, 1998. Pagination conforms to print edition.
Harris, Colin. "Polite
Conversation": Performance, Politics, and National Unity in William Hazlitt's Theater
Criticism. Included because of the references to Shakespeare and Hazlitt's
influence on the 19th Century view.
Harris, Craig. To
Prove a Villain - The Elizebethan Villain as Revenger.
Honigmann, E. A. J. "Catholic
Shakespeare? A Response to Hildegard Hammerschmidt-Hummel"
Hope, Jonathan and Witmore, Michael.
The Very Large
Textual Object: A Prosthetic Reading of Shakespeare, EMLS 9.3.
Johnson, Charles F.
His Critics (1909), full view and PDF from Google Book Search,
Johnson on Shakespeare : essays and notes (1908), ed. Walter
Raleigh, from Internet Archive, containing Johnson's famous preface to
his 1765 edition of Shakespeare and a collection of notes on various of
Johnston, Ian. Critical
Approaches to Shakespeare: Some Initial Observations.
About Shakespeare, London Review of Books, 1999.
Glass: Shakespeare's Mirrors, EMLS 8.1.
Reader's Shakespeare. EMLS Special Issue 2.
Law, Ernest. "Shakespeare
in Hampton Court Palace" (from
the London Illustrated News, April 26, 1919, pp.596-599).
On New Historicism: "Shakespeare
De-witched: A Response to Stephen Greenblatt"
Lenz, Joseph. Base
Trade: Theater As Prostitution. ELH freebie.
Longstaffe, Steve. What is the English history play
and why are they saying such terrible things about it? Renaissance
Forum 2.2 (Autumn 97).
Shakespeare as a
Dramatic Artist with an account of his reputation at various periods,
Scribners, 1908, from Google Book Search, full view and PDF.
Shakespeare's Roman Plays and their Background, from the Perseus
Project, Tufts University.
Dish of Orts, a : Chiefly Papers on the
Imagination, and on Shakespeare
The Connotations series provoked by
M. M. Mahood's Shakespeare's Wordplay: Some Reappraisals:
Moulton, Charles Wells (ed.). The
Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors,
"Moulton prints brief but well-chosen excerpts from commentaries on many of the greatest but also many of the most obscure writers and works, as well as on nearly everything in-between. He usually begins with the earliest available commentators and then moves forward, so that his excerpts typically provide a clear sense of the evolution of critical opinions.
Marx, Steven. 'Shakespeare's
Pacifism.' From Renaissance Quarterly, Spring 1992. An outstanding article.
Oates, Joyce Carol. Randy Souther has created the beautifully
designed and enlightening Joyce Carol Oates
Home Page, featuring three essays by Oates on Troilus and
Cressida, Antony and Cleopatra, and King Lear.
O'Donnell, Michael J. All the references to audible
sound in Shakespeare.
Illustration, Text, and Performance in Early Shakespeare for Children,
placing Lambs' Tales from Shakespear in context. [PDF]
ears, hearing with eyes: Shakespeare and the Ear of the Early Modern,
Rubin, Richard Marc. "The
Absence of Religion in Shakespeare: Dewey and Santayana on Shakespeare
and Religion," The Santayana Society, 2002, [PDF].
Santayana, George. Shakespeare:
Made in America, (1915) The New Republic Online.
Schneider, Matthew. Mimetic
Polemicism: René Girard and Harold Bloom contra the "School of
Resentment" A Review Essay, from Anthropoetics II, no. 1 (June 1996).
Siemens, R.G. Disparate Structures,
Electronic and Otherwise: Conceptions of Textual Organisation in the Electronic Medium,
with Reference to Electronic Editions of Shakespeare and the Internet. EMLS.
Smith, David Nichol.
Eighteenth Century Essays on Shakespeare, 1903.
A full view Google Book Search scan with a fully downloadable PDF
version. This fascinating volume contains essays by Rowe (the
original Life of Shakespeare), Dennis, Pope, Theobald, Hanmer,
Warburton, Dr. Johnson, Farmer and Morgann. The essays (prefaces
to collected works by these great editors) show the growth in stature of
Shakespeare over the 18th century from man to idol.
Sohmer, Steve. 12 June 1599: Opening Day
at Shakespeare's Globe. EMLS.
Algernon Charles (1837-1909) from the
Swinburne Project at the University of Indiana.
Connotations (6.1) debate on editing Shakespeare:
Shakespeare a Barber? The Secret of the Bard's Private Life Revealed at Last,
from MUNSEY'S MAGAZINE VOLUME LIX November, 1916 Number II pp. 319-323.
Velz, John W. Shakespeare
and the Classical Tradition
A Critical Guide to Commentary: 1660-1960, An electronic
republication of the edition of 1968 from the University of Minnesota
Press, courtesy of Internet
Ward, Ian. Shakespeare
and the Politics of Community, EMLS 4.3.
Warner, Beverley E.
Famous introductions to Shakespeare's plays by the notable editors of
the eighteenth century, (1906), from the Internet Archive;
available in multiple formats. Includes introductions by Heminge
and Condell, Rowe, Pope, Theobald, Hanmer, Warburton, Johnson, Stevens,
Capell, Reed and Malone.
Webster, John. Close
Reading Shakespeare: A Course Portfolio. Very thorough and
interesting. Carnegie Chronicle, May, 1999.
Spirit of Teaching": What Shakespeare's Teachers Teach Us.
EMLS Special Issue 1.
Woolway, Joanne. Critical Shakespeare.
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