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Shakespeare: editions and textual studies
(© The Author. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of The English Association, 2011)
A history of Shakespearean authorship attribution
(Oxford University Press, 2017-02-09)
Review of Lukas Erne _Shakespeare and the book trade_ (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)
(Review of English Studies, 2014)
Shakespeare, idealism, and universals: the significance of recent work on the mind
(© Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
For most the twentieth century, the serious study of Shakespeare's works was founded on a general acceptance of the principles of Platonic idealism and essentialism, and a belief in the existence of universals. In textual ...
Introduction: the struggle for Shakespeare's text: twentieth-century editorial theory and practice
(Cambridge University Press, 2010)
We know Shakespeare's writings only from imperfectly-made early editions, from which editors struggle to remove errors. The New Bibliography of the early twentieth century, refined with technological enhancements in the ...
An examination of the role of John Lyly in early theatre (10 minutes)
(De Montfort University, 2013)
Press variants in Q2 _Hamlet_: An accident on N(outer)
(Studies in Bibliography, 2015)
The missing page: Hancock's half hour and the debasement of literature
In this paper I want to consider how the relationship between an idealized text and its imperfect physical embodiment is explored in an unlikely corner of English comic history, an episode of the BBC radio and television ...
Green-eyed, no monster
(Times Higher Education, 2013-06)