The Reader's Encyclopedia of Shakespeare
Crowell, 1966 - 1014 pagine
This encyclopedia brings together for the first time in a single volume the greatest wealth of information on Shakespeare and his works: more than 2700 entries, written in clear, readable style, based on the best scholarship. This book includes entries dealing with every aspect of: Shakespeare's works, Shakespeare the man, great Shakespearean characters, how the plays have been performed, critical commentary on Shakespeare, and important documents relating to Shakespeare. Includes a chronology of events related to the life and works, and a genealogical table of the houses of York and Lancaster.
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Chronology of Events Related to the Life and Works
Transcripts of Documents
A Selected Bibliography