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The World Shakespeare Bibliography on CD-ROM 1980–1996

The World Shakespeare Bibliography on CD-ROM 1980–1996

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  • Date Published: May 2000
  • availability: In stock
  • format: CD-ROM
  • isbn: 9780521625357

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  • This last update of The World Shakespeare Bibliography on CD-ROM extends the disk's bibliographic coverage to 1980-1996: some 50,000 entries. Customers who purchased the 1998 disk as part of the registration scheme will be entitled to this update free of charge. Those who wish to buy it as a one-off may purchase it at the listed price.

    • A unique collection of references to material on Shakespeare in seventy-five languages
    • Full and fast searching
    • The facility to annotate, cut and paste, bookmark, and print out entries, and to create new hypertext links
    • Represents every country in North and South America, Europe, and most countries in Asia, Africa and Australasia
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    Awards

    • Winner of the Library Association Besberman Medal for Outstanding Bibliography

    Reviews & endorsements

    "Edited and engineered with sustained care and great skill, The World Shakespeare Bibliography can be highly recommended for all university reference collections." G.A. Cevasco, Choice

    "We look forward to the long and vigorous existence of this research tool...Excelsior!" Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography

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    Product details

    • Date Published: May 2000
    • format: CD-ROM
    • isbn: 9780521625357
    • dimensions: 143 x 125 x 10 mm
    • weight: 0.055kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    General editors' introduction
    Editor's introduction
    Witnesses (transcripts and images)
    Collations
    All-witness spelling databases
    Analysis workshop
    Stemmatic commentary
    Articles
    Sigils
    General bibliography
    User guide
    Festschriften and analysed collections
    Bibliographies and checklists
    Biography and milieu
    Editions and texts
    Reference works
    Textual studies
    Language, linguistics, philology
    Shakespeare and his stage
    Productions, stage history
    Conferences, colloquia, etc.
    General studies
    Part I. Play Groups: Apocrypha
    Comedies
    Histories
    Romances
    Tragedies
    Part II. Individual Works: Bibliography of all of Shakespeare's plays, individually
    Indexes: authors, actors, dramatists, subjects. System requirements This product runs identically on PC Windows and Macintosh systems. The following equipment is recommended. PC:
    386, 486, or Pentium with Windows 3.1+ or 95
    8Mb of RAM
    double-speed CD-ROM drive. Macintosh: system 7 or later
    4Mb of RAM
    double-speed CD-ROM drive. Macintosh users are advised that, while the present disk will run on Apple machines under System 7 or later, it is possible that future releases in the series may be dependent on Windows or Windows emulation software.

  • Editor

    James L. Harner, Texas A & M University

    Awards

    • Winner of the Library Association Besberman Medal for Outstanding Bibliography

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