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Review of Edward Pechter _Shakespeare studies today: Romanticism lost_ (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
(Archiv fur das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, 2013)
Shakespeare in the past
(© Gabriel Egan, 2003)
Showing versus telling: Shakespeare's ekphraseis, visual absences and the cinema
(© Gabriel Egan, 1999)
Revision of scene 4 of Sir Thomas More as a test of new bibliographical principles
(© Sheffield Hallam University, Department of English, 2000)
An examination of the role of James Burbage in early theatre (10 minutes)
(De Montfort University, 2013)
Shakespeare and eco-criticism: the unexpected return of the Elizabethan world picture
In the early 1970s the Gaia hypothesis of James E. Lovelock and Lynn Margulis proposed that self-regulating processes of homeostasis have locked together the obviously living biosphere and the apparently dead environment ...
Making editions for close readers: the Arden Shakespeare 1899-1904
No-one reads a Shakespeare play more closely than an editor making a critical edition, although the closeness varies between series. The Arden Shakespeare (1899-) was the most successful mass readership Shakespeare ...
"'Thou Hast Most Traitorously Corrupted the Youth of the Realm . . . Thou Hast Built a Paper-mill' (Shakespeare 2 Henry 6,) Or, The First Thing we Do is Kill All the Trees"
In the 15 years since computers started to appear on English tutors desks, their most notable effect has been to turn the trickle of paper circulating in university departments into a flood. Rather than exploiting the ...