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    Shakespeare Survey
    • Volume 67: Shakespeare's Collaborative Work
    • Edited by Peter Holland
    • Online ISBN: 9781107775572
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Shakespeare Survey is a yearbook of Shakespeare studies and productions. Since 1948, the Survey has published the best international scholarship in English and many of its essays have become classics of Shakespeare criticism. Each volume is devoted to a theme, or play, or group of plays; each also contains a section of reviews of that year's textual and critical studies and of the year's major British performances. The theme for Volume 67 is 'Shakespeare's Collaborative Work'. The complete set of Survey volumes is also available online at http://www.cambridge.org/online/shakespearesurvey. This fully searchable resource enables users to browse by author, essay and volume, search by play, theme and topic, and save and bookmark their results.

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Jonathan Hope , The Authorship of Shakespeare’s Plays (Cambridge, 1994)

Hugh Craig and Arthur Kinney , eds., Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship (Cambridge, 2009)

Brian Vickers , ‘Identifying Shakespeare’s Additions to The Spanish Tragedy: A New(er) Approach’, Shakespeare, 8:1 (2012), 13–43

Douglas Bruster , ‘Shakespearean Spellings and Handwriting in the Additional Passages Printed in the 1602 Spanish Tragedy’, Notes and Queries, n.s. 60:3 (September 2013), pp. 420–4

MacDonald P. Jackson , Determining the Shakespeare Canon: ‘Arden of FavershamandA Lover’s Complaint’ (Oxford, forthcoming in 2014)

David Carnegie and Gary Taylor , eds., The Quest for Cardenio: Shakespeare, Fletcher, Cervantes and the ‘Lost’ Play (Oxford, 2012)

Terri Bourus and Gary Taylor , eds., The Creation and Re-creation of Cardenio: Performing Shakespeare, Transforming Cervantes (New York, 2013)

Terri Bourus and Gary Taylor , ‘Measure for Measure(s): Performance-testing the adaptation hypothesis’, Shakespeare, 10:2 (2014)

Jeffrey Knapp , Shakespeare Only (Chicago, 2009), p. 120

Jeffery Knapp , ‘What Is a Co-Author?’, Representations, 89 (2005), 6–7

Bart Van Es , Shakespeare in Company (Oxford, 2013)

Hugh Craig , ‘The Date of Sir Thomas More’, in Shakespeare Survey 66 (Cambridge, 2013), pp. 38–54

Carson , A Companion to Henslowe’s Diary (Cambridge, 1988), p. 59

Cathy Turner , ‘Hare in Collaboration: Writing Dialogues’, in The Cambridge Companion to David Hare, ed. Richard Boon (Cambridge, 2007), pp. 109–22

Joseph Roach , It (Ann Arbor, 2007)

Jowett , ‘A Collaboration: Shakespeare and Hand C in Sir Thomas More’, in Shakespeare Survey 65 (Cambridge, 2012), pp. 255–68

Andrew Fleck ,Anatomizing the Body Politic: The Nation and the Renaissance Body in Thomas Nashe’s The Unfortunate Traveller’, Modern Philology, 104 (2007), 295–328

Jean E. Howard and Phyllis Rackin , Engendering a Nation: A Feminist Account of Shakespeare’s History Plays (New York, 1997), pp. 217–18

Nina Levine , ‘Citizens’ Games: Differentiating Collaboration and Sir Thomas More’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 58 (2007), 31–64

Gary Taylor ,History. Plays. Genre. Games’, in The Oxford Handbook to Thomas Middleton, ed. Gary Taylor and Trish Thomas Henley (Oxford, 2012), pp. 47–63

Terri Bourus in Shakespeare Bulletin, 31:3 (2013), 485–9

Jonathan Bate , Shakespeare and Ovid (Oxford, 1994)

David M. Bevington , From ‘Mankind’ to Marlowe: Growth of Structure in the Popular Drama of Tudor England (Cambridge, 1962), p. 115

Smidt , Unconformities in Shakespeare’s History Plays (London, 1982)

Gary Taylor ,Moment by Moment by Shakespeare (London, 1985), p. 146

Christophe Collard ,Adaptive Collaboration, Collaborative Adaptation: Filming the Mamet Canon’, Adaptation, 3:2 (2010), 82–98

Gabriel Egan , The Struggle for Shakespeare’s Text (Cambridge, 2010), p. 3

Tiffany Stern , Documents of Performance in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 2009)

Simon Palfrey and Tiffany Stern , Shakespeare in Parts (Oxford, 2007), pp. 61–2

Roslyn L. Knutson , ‘Henslowe’s Diary and the Economics of Play Revision for Revival, 1592–1603’, Theatre Research International, 10 (1985), 1–18

George R. Price , ‘The Printing of Love’s Labour’s Lost (1598)’, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 72 (1978), 405–34

Stanley Wells , Gary Taylor , John Jowett and William Montgomery , William Shakespeare: A Textual Companion (Oxford, 1987)

Paul Werstine , ‘Scribe or Compositor: Ralph Crane, Compositors D and F, and the First Four Plays in the Shakespeare First Folio’, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 95 (2001), 315–39

MacDonald P. Jackson , Defining Shakespeare: ‘Periclesas Test Case (Oxford, 2003)

Hugh Craig and Arthur Kinney , eds., Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship (Cambridge, 2009)

Brian Vickers , ‘Identifying Shakespeare’s Additions to The Spanish Tragedy: A New(er) Approach’, Shakespeare, 8:1 (2012), 13–43

MacDonald P. Jackson , Determining the Shakespeare Canon: ‘Arden of FavershamandA Lover’s Complaint’ (Oxford, forthcoming in 2014)

James Mardock and Eric Rasmussen , ‘What Does Textual Evidence Reveal About the Author?’, in Shakespeare Beyond Doubt, Stanley Wells and Paul Edmondson , eds. (Cambridge, 2013), pp. 88–99

Paul Werstine , Early Modern Playhouse Manuscripts and the Editing of Shakespeare (Cambridge, 2012)

David Crystal , Think On My Words: Exploring Shakespeare’s Language (Cambridge, 2008)

Hugh Craig , ‘Shakespeare’s Vocabulary: Myth and Reality’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 62:1 (2011), 53–74

MacDonald P. Jackson , Defining Shakespeare: ‘Periclesas Test Case (Oxford, 2003)

Hugh Craig and Arthur F. Kinney , eds., Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship (Cambridge, 2009), pp. 40–77

Douglas Bruster , ‘Shakespearean Spellings and Handwriting in the Additional Passages Printed in the 1602 Spanish Tragedy’, Notes and Queries, n.s. 60:3 (September 2013), pp. 420–4

Kathy Eden , Friends Hold All Things in Common: Tradition, Intellectual Property, and the Adages of Erasmus (New Haven, 2001)

Brian Vickers , Shakespeare, Co-Author: A Historical Study of Five Collaborative Plays (Oxford, 2004), p. 17

John Jowett , ‘Shakespeare as Collaborator’, in Shakespeare Beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument, Controversy, ed. Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells (Cambridge, 2013), pp. 89–92

Lukas Erne , Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist, 2nd edn (Cambridge, 2013), p. 27

H. Dugdale Sykes , ‘John Ford, the Author of The Spanish Gipsy’, Modern Language Review, 19 (1924), pp. 11–24

Elizabeth Hanson , Discovering the Subject in Renaissance England (Cambridge, 1998), pp. 111–14

Tiffany Stern , Documents of Performance in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 2009), pp. 8–35

Marilyn Randall , Pragmatic Plagiarism: Authorship, Profit, and Power (Toronto, 2001)

Ton Hoenselaars , ‘Shakespeare: Colleagues, Collaborators, Co-Authors’, in The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Contemporary Dramatists, ed. Hoenselaars (Cambridge, 2012), pp. 97–119

MacDonald P. Jackson , Defining Shakespeare: Pericles as Test Case (Oxford, 2003), pp. 211–13

Dover Wilson , ‘Malone and the Upstart Crow’, in Shakespeare Survey 4 (Cambridge, 1951), pp. 56–68

Glenn Odom and Bryan Reynolds , ‘Becomings Roman/Comings-to-Be Villain: Pressurized Belongings and the Coding of Ethnicity, Religion, and Nationality in Peele & Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus’, in Bryan Reynolds , Transversal Enterprises in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries: Fugitive Explorations (New York, 2006), pp. 183–226

Ton Hoenselaars , ‘Shakespeare: Colleagues, Collaborators, Co-Authors’, in The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Contemporary Dramatists, ed. Hoenselaars (Cambridge, 2012), pp. 97–119

Jackson ’s fuller treatment of his technique in Defining Shakespeare: Pericles as Test Case (Oxford, 2003), pp. 190–215

Eugene M. Waith , ‘The Metamorphosis of Violence in Titus Andronicus’, in Shakespeare Survey 10 (Cambridge, 1957), pp. 26–35

Jessica Winston , ‘Seneca in Early Elizabethan England’, Renaissance Quarterly, 59:1 (2006), 29–58, pp. 30, 41

James Emmanuel Berg , ‘Gorboduc as a Tragic Discovery of “Feudalism”’, Studies in English Literature, 1500–1900, 40 (2000), 199–226, p. 200

Jack E. Reese , ‘The Formalization of Horror in Titus Andronicus’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 21 (1970), 77–84, p. 78

June Schlueter , ‘Rereading the Peacham Drawing’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 50 (1999), 171–84

Carson , A Companion to Henslowe’s Diary (Cambridge, 1988), p. 59

William Shakespeare: The Critical Heritage, ed. Brian Vickers , vol. 1 (London and Boston, 1974), pp. 238–9

Jeffery Knapp , ‘What Is a Co-Author?’, Representations, 89 (2005), 6–7

James P. Bednarz , ‘Canonizing Shakespeare: The Passionate Pilgrim, England’s Helicon and the Question of Authenticity’, in Shakespeare Survey 60 (Cambridge, 2007), pp. 252–67

Gabriel Egan , The Struggle for Shakespeare’s Text (Cambridge, 2010), p. 3

Shakespeare ’s Complete Sonnets and Poems (New York: Oxford, 2002), pp. 77–9

Sasha Roberts , Reading Shakespeare’s Poems in Early Modern England (New York, 2003), p. 156

Zachary Lesser and Peter Stallybrass , ‘The First Literary Hamlet and the Commonplacing of Professional Plays’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 59 (2008), 394

Tiffany Stern , Documents of Performance in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 2009), p. 9

Lukas Erne , Shakespeare and the Book Trade (Cambridge, 2013), p. 148

Adam G. Hooks , ‘Shakespeare at the White Greyhound’, in Shakespeare Survey 64 (Cambridge, 2011), pp. 260–75

Victoria Moul , Jonson, Horace and the Classical Tradition (Cambridge, 2010)

Margaret Healy , Shakespeare, Alchemy and the Creative Imagination: The Sonnets and ‘A Lover’s Complaint’ (Cambridge, 2011), p. 205

Bart van Es , Shakespeare in Company (Oxford, 2013), p. 240

Anne Barton , Ben Jonson, Dramatist (Cambridge, 1984), p. 84

Janet Clare , ‘The “Complexion” of Twelfth Night’, in Shakespeare Survey 58 (Cambridge, 2005), pp. 199–207

James P. Bednarz , ‘Canonizing Shakespeare: The Passionate Pilgrim, England’s Helicon and the Question of Authenticity’, in Shakespeare Survey 60 (Cambridge, 2007), pp. 252–67

Timothy Irish Watt ,The Authorship of the Hand-D Addition to The Book Of Sir Thomas More’, in Hugh Craig and Arthur F. Kinney , eds., Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship (Cambridge, 2009), pp. 134–61

Ward E. Y. Eliott and Robert J. Valenza , ‘Two Tough Nuts to Crack: Did Shakespeare Write the “Shakespeare” Portions of Sir Thomas More and Edward III? Part I’, Literary and Linguistic Computing, 25 (2010), 67–84

Nina Levine , ‘Citizens’ Games: Differentiating Collaboration and Sir Thomas More’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 58 (2007), 31–64

E. A. J. Honigmann , ‘Shakespeare’s Deletions and False Starts’, Review of English Studies, new ser., 56 (2005), pp. 37–48

Lois Potter , The Life of William Shakespeare: A Critical Biography (Malden, MA, 2012), p. 392

Tiffany Stern , ‘“Whether one did Contrive, the Other Write, / Or one Fram'd the Plot, the Other did Indite”: Fletcher and Theobald as Collaborators’, in The Quest for Cardenio: Shakespeare, Fletcher, Cervantes, & the Lost Play, ed. David Carnegie and Gary Taylor (Oxford, 2012), pp. 115–32

Tiffany Stern , ‘“The Forgery of Some Modern Author?”: Theobald’s Shakespeare and Cardenio’s Double Falsehood’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 62:4 (2011), pp. 560

Rudolph Schevill , ‘Theobald’s Double Falsehood ?’, Modern Philology, 9 (1911), 269–85

Harriet Frazier , A Babble of Ancestral Voices: Shakespeare, Cervantes, and Theobald (The Hague, 1974)

Tiffany Stern , Documents of Performance in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 2009), p. 9

Brean S. Hammond , Professional Imaginative Writing in England 1670–1740: Hackney for Bread (Oxford, 1997)

Philip Edwards and Colin Gibson , eds., The Plays and Poems of Philip Massinger, 5 vols (Oxford, 1976), vol. 1, p. 10

Robert D. Hume , ‘Before the Bard: “Shakespeare” in Early Eighteenth-Century London’, English Literary History, 64 (1997), 41–75

Diego Muro , ‘Nationalism and Nostalgia’, Nations and Nationalism, 11:4 (2005), 571–89, pp. 571–3

Philipp Schwyzer , Literature, Nationalism, and Memory in Early Modern England and Wales (Cambridge, 2004), p. 73

Peter L. Rudnytsky , ‘Henry VIII and the Desconstruction of History’, in Shakespeare Survey 43 (Cambridge, 1991), pp. 43–58

Teresa Grant , ‘History in the Making: The case of Samuel Rowley’s When You See Me You Know Me (1605/06)’, English Historical Drama, 1500–1660: Forms Outside the Canon, ed. Teresa Grant and Barbara Ravelhofer (Basingstoke, 2008), pp. 125–57

Lee Bliss , ‘The Wheel of Fortune and the Maiden Phoenix of Shakespeare’s King Henry the Eighth’, English Literary History, 42 (1975), 1–25

Lee Bliss , ‘The Wheel of Fortune and the Maiden Phoenix of Shakespeare’s King Henry the Eighth’, English Literary History, 42 (1975), 1–25

David M. Bergeron , ‘Elizabeth’s Coronation Entry (1559): New Manuscript Evidence’, English Literary Renaissance, 8 (1978), 3–8, pp. 5–6

Alexander Leggatt , Shakespeare’s Political Drama: The History Plays and the Roman Plays (London, 1988), p. 223

Janette Dillon ’s ‘The Trials of Queen Katherine in Henry VIII’, in Shakespeare Survey 63 (Cambridge, 2010), pp. 149–61

Jack Lynch , ‘All Shall Yield to the Mulberry Tree’, Lumen, 29 (2010), p. 28

Esther Singleton , The Shakespeare Garden (New York, 1922)

T. J. Demos , ‘Duchamp’s Boîte-en-Valise: Between Institutional Acculturation and Geopolitical Displacement’, Grey Room, 8 (Summer 2002), 14

Tiffany Stern , ‘“The Forgery of Some Modern Author?”: Theobald’s Shakespeare and Cardenio’s Double Falsehood’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 62:4 (2011), pp. 560

Alan Somerset , ‘James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps: The Life and Works of the Shakespearean Scholar and Bookman (review)’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 54:2 (2003), p. 225

Jeffrey Kahan , ‘The Enigma of J.P. Collier’, Literary Imagination, 7:2 (2005), p. 263

Barbara A. Mowat , ‘Prospero’s Book’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 52:1 (2001), p. 25

Vanessa Agnew , ‘Introduction: What is Reenactment?Criticism, 46:3 (2004) p. 335

Michael Neill ,Shakespeare’s Tragedies’, in The New Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare, ed. Margreta de Grazia and Stanley Wells (Cambridge, 2010), p. 133

Peggy Phelan , Unmarked: The Politics of Performance (New York, 1993), 126

Scolding Brides and Bridling Scolds: Taming the Woman’s Unruly Member’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 42 (1991), 179–213

The Taming of the Shrew, Shakespeare Bulletin, 28 (2010), 491–5

Realism and the Ethics of Risk at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival’, Shakespeare Bulletin, 28 (2010), 417–42

Kate Rumbold , ‘From “Access” to “Creativity”: Shakespeare Institutions, New Media, and the Language of Cultural Value’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 61 (2010), 313–36

Winfried Schleiner , ‘Early Modern Controversies About the One-Sex Model’, Renaissance Quarterly, 53:1 (2000), 180–91

Bethan Hindson , ‘Attitudes towards Menstruation and Menstrual Blood in Elizabethan England’, Journal of Social History, 43:1 (2009), 89–114

Dympna Callaghan , Shakespeare Without Women (London and New York, 2000)

Joel Altman ’s magisterial The Improbability of Othello: Rhetorical Anthropology and Shakespearean Selfhood (Chicago and London, 2010)

Zeno Ackermann and Sabine Schülting , ‘Einführung’, Shylock nach dem Holocaust: Zur Geschichte einer Erinnerungsfigur (Berlin and New York, 2011), p. 5

Sabine Schülting , ‘“Remember Me”: Shylock on the Postwar German Stage’, in Shakespeare Survey 63 (Cambridge, 2010), p. 293

Zeno Ackermann , ‘Performing Oblivion/Enacting Rem-embrance: The Merchant of Venice in West Germany, 1945 to 1961’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 62 (2011), p. 369

Steven Bowman , The Agony of Greek Jews, 1940–1945 (Stanford, CA, 2009)

Jeffrey Alexander , ‘On the Social Construction of Moral Universals: the “Holocaust” from War Crime to Trauma Drama’, European Journal of Social Theory, 5:1 (2002), 5–85

Thomas Pughe , ‘“What Should the Wars Do with these Jigging Fools?”: the Poets in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar’, English Studies, 69 (1988), 313–22

Alexander Leggatt , Shakespeare’s Political Drama: The History Plays and the Roman Plays (London, 1988), p. 223

M. T. Griffin , ed., A Companion to Julius Caesar (Oxford, 2009), pp. 371–98

Victoria Moul , Jonson, Horace and the Classical Tradition (Cambridge, 2010)

Garrett Sullivan , Memory and Forgetting in English Renaissance Drama: Shakespeare, Marlowe, Webster (Cambridge, 2005)

Jonathan Baldo , ‘Wars of Memory in Henry V’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 47 (1996), 132–59

Mario DiGangi ,Sexual Types: Embodiment, Agency, and Dramatic Character from Shakespeare to Shirley (Philadelphia, 2011)

Joseph Lenz , ‘Base Trade: Theater as Prostitution’, ELH, 60 (1993), 833–55

Peter Stallybrass , Roger J. Chartier , Franklin Mowery and Heather Wolfe , ‘Hamlet’s Tables and the Technologies of Writing in Renaissance England’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 55 (1996), 379–419

Tim Kendall and Peter McDonald , eds., Paul Muldoon: Critical Essays (Liverpool, 2004)

Stephen Orgel ,Imagining Shakespeare: A History of Texts and Visions (Houndmills, 2003), p. 1

Lars Elleström , ed., Media Borders, Multimodality and Intermediality (Houndmills, 2010), p. 11

Theodore Leinwand , ‘Berryman’s Shakespeare/Shakespeare’s Berryman’, Hopkins Review, 2 (2009), 374–403

Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor , William Shakespeare: A Textual Companion (Oxford, 1987), p. 519

B. J. Sokol and Mary Sokol , ‘Shakespeare and the English Equity Jurisdiction: The Merchant of Venice and the Two Texts of King Lear’, Review of English Studies, 50 (1999), 417–39

Donald K. Hedrick , ‘Berryman Text Dreams’, New Literary History, 12 (1981), 289–301

Peter Maber , ‘John Berryman and Shakespearean Autobiography’, ‘After thirty Falls’: New Essays on John Berryman, ed. Philip Coleman and Philip McGowan (Amsterdam and New York, 2007), pp. 209–23

B. Sokol , ‘Prejudice and Law in The Merchant of Venice’, in Shakespeare Survey 51 (Cambridge, 1998), pp. 159–73

Stuart Sillars , The Illustrated Shakespeare, 1709–1875 (Cambridge, 2008), p. 33

John H. Astington challenged Kliman’s argument in ‘Macbeth and the Rowe Illustrations’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 49 (1998), 83–6

Paulina Kewes , ‘“The State Is out of Tune”: Nicholas Rowe’s “Jane Shore” and the Succession Crisis of 1713–14’, Huntington Library Quarterly, 64:3/4 (2001), 283–308

Brett Wilson , ‘Jane Shore and the Jacobites: Nicholas Rowe, the Pretender, and The National She-Tragedy’, ELH, 72 (2005), 823–43

College Literature, 31:3 (2004), 179–205

Harry Berger , ‘The Early Scenes of Macbeth: Preface to a New Interpretation’, ELH, 47 (1980), 1–31

Eviatar Zerubavel , Time Maps: Collective Memory and the Social Shape of the Past (Chicago, 2003)

Peter Holmes , ‘The Authorship and Early Reception of A Conference About the Next Succession to the Crown of England’, Historical Journal, 23 (1980), 415–29

Gordon McMullan , Shakespeare and the Idea of Late Writing: Authorship in the Proximity of Death (Cambridge, 2007), p. 216

Linda Phyllis Austern ,“Sing Againe Syren”: The Female Musician and Sexual Enchantment in Elizabethan Life and Literature’, Renaissance Quarterly, 42 (1989), 420–48

“Alluring the Auditorie to Effeminacie”: Music and the Idea of the Feminine in Early Modern England’, Music and Letters, 74 (1993), 343–54

Documents of Performance in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 2009), pp. 120–73

Joseph M. Ortiz , Broken Harmony: Shakespeare and the Politics of Music (Ithaca, 2011), p. 143

Russ McDonald , ‘Poetry and Plot in The Winter’s Tale’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 36 (1985), 315–29, pp. 316, 328

Catherine M. Dunn ,The Function of Music in Shakespeare’s Romances’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 20 (1969), 391–405, p. 399

Margaret Healy , ‘Protean Bodies: Literature, Alchemy, Science and English Revolutions’, in Renaissance Transformations: The Making of English Writing (1500–1650), ed. Margaret Healy and Thomas Healy (Edinburgh, 2009), pp. 161–76; p. 165

F. Elizabeth Hart , ‘Cerimon’s “Rough” Music in Pericles, 3.2’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 51 (2000), 313–31

Frances A. Yates ,The Rosicrucian Enlightenment (London, 1972), p. xiii

Stanley Wells , Gary Taylor , John Jowett and William Montgomery , William Shakespeare: A Textual Companion (Oxford, 1987)

Lucy Munro , Children of the Queen’s Revels: A Jacobean Theatre Repertory (Cambridge, 2005), p. 53

Leslie Thomson , ‘Shakespeare and the Art of Making an Exit’, University of Toronto Quarterly, 69 (2000), 540–59

Leslie Thomson , ‘The Meaning of Thunder and Lightning: Stage Directions and Audience Expectations’, Early Theatre, 2 (1999), 11–24

David Bevington notes that ‘The use of the word “discovers” in what may well be an authorial stage direction…gives substance to the idea that Shakespeare intended the stage business of uncurtaining to coincide with the structural event of anagnorisis’ (Action is Eloquence (Cambridge, MA and London, 1984), p. 117

Tiffany Stern , Documents of Performance in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 2009), pp. 97–119

Judith H. Anderson and Jennifer C. Vaught , eds., Shakespeare and Donne: Generic Hybrids and the Cultural Imaginary (New York, 2013)

Brinda Charry , The Tempest: Language and Writing (London, 2013)

Katherine A. Craik and Tanya Pollard , Shakespearean Sensations: Experiencing Literature in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 2013)

Drew Daniel , The Melancholy Assemblage: Affect and Epistemology in the English Renaissance (New York, 2013)

Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells , eds., Shakespeare Beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument and Controversy (Cambridge, 2013)

Katharine Eisaman Maus , Being and Having in Shakespeare (Oxford, 2013)

Jennifer Higginbotham , The Girlhood of Shakespeare’s Sisters: Gender, Transgression, Adolescence (Edinburgh, 2013)

Erika T. Lin , Shakespeare and the Materiality of Performance (Basingstoke, 2012)

Tom MacFaul , Problem Fathers in Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama (Cambridge, 2012)

Richard C. McCoy , Faith in Shakespeare (New York, 2013)

Ruth Morse , Helen Cooper and Peter Holland , eds., Medieval Shakespeare: Pasts and Presents (Cambridge, 2013)

Margherita Pascucci , Philosophical Readings of Shakespeare: ‘Thou art the thing itself’ (Basingstoke, 2013)

Emma Smith , Macbeth: Language and Writing (London, 2013)

Daniel Swift , Shakespeare’s Common Prayers: The Book of Common Prayer and the Elizabethan Age (Oxford, 2013)

Bart Van Es , Shakespeare in Company (Oxford, 2013)

Gillian Woods , Shakespeare’s Unreformed Fictions (Oxford, 2013)

Pascale Aebischer , Screening Early Modern Drama: Beyond Shakespeare (Cambridge, 2013)

Susan Bennett and Christie Carson , eds., Shakespeare Beyond English: A Global Experiment (Cambridge, 2013)

Richard Burt and Julian Yates , What’s the Worst Thing You Can Do to Shakespeare? (Houndmills and New York, 2013)

Maurizio Calbi , Spectral Shakespeares: Media Adaptations in the Twenty-first Century (New York and Houndmills, 2013)

Paul Prescott , Reviewing Shakespeare: Journalism and Performance from the Eighteenth Century to the Present (Cambridge, 2013)

John Burrows , ‘A Second Opinion on “Shakespeare and Authorship Studies in the Twenty-First Century”’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 63 (2012), 355–92

Hugh Craig ,George Chapman, John Davies of Hereford, William Shakespeare, and A Lover’s Complaint’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 63 (2012), 147–74

Lukas Erne , Shakespeare and the Book Trade (Cambridge, 2013), p. 148

Jeffrey Todd Knight , Bound to Read: Compilations, Collections, and the Making of Renaissance Literature (Philadelphia,2013)

Marta Straznicky , ed., Shakespeare’s Stationers: Studies in Cultural Bibliography (Philadelphia, 2013)

Brian Vickers , ‘Identifying Shakespeare’s Additions to The Spanish Tragedy (1602): A New(er) Approach’, Shakespeare, 8 (2012), 13–43

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