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Cambridge Shakespeare


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Cambridge Shakespeare

Cambridge Shakespeare

Cambridge Shakespeare

Cambridge Shakespeare

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Cambridge Shakespeare, New (1984)

New Cambridge Shakespeare

The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Film

Thomas Pearne, of Peterhouse, Cambridge: Shakespeare Critic

patrick cheney (ed.). The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare's Poetry.

robert shaughnessy (ed.). The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Popular Culture.

Cheney, Patrick. Shakespeare: National Poet-Playwright. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. xv + 319 pp. £45/$59.95. ISBN 0–521–83923–8

Shakespeare, William. The Poems. Ed. John Roe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (The New Cambridge Shakespeare), 2006. xvi + 309 pp. £40.00/$60.00 (hardback); £7.99/$14.99 (paperback). ISBN 0–521–85551–9/67162–0

Shakespeare, William. The Sonnets. Ed. G. Blakemore Evans. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (The New Cambridge Shakespeare), 2006. xiv + 277 pp. £40.00/$60.00 (hardback); £7.99/$14.99 (paperback). ISBN 0–521–86118–7/67837–4

Shakespeare, William. Titus Andronicus. Ed. Alan Hughes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (The New Cambridge Shakespeare), 2006. xii + 180 pp. £40.00/$70.00 (hardback); £7.99/$14.99 (paperback). ISBN 0–521–85708–2/67382–8

Shakespeare, William. King Edward III. Ed. Giorgio Melchiori. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (The New Cambridge Shakespeare), 1998. xvi+217 pp. £32.50 (hardback); £6.95. (paperback). ISBN 0–521–43422–X/59673–4.

Shakespeare, William. Pericles, Prince of Tyre. Ed. Doreen DelVecchio & Antony Hammond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (The New Cambridge Shakespeare). 1998. xi+211 pp. £32.50 (hardback); £5.95 (paperback). ISBN 0–521–22907–3/29710–9.

 

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An edition in nine volumes, prepared by W. G. Clark, J. Glover, and W. A. Wright, published from 1863 to 1866. It includes footnotes recording variant readings from all editions before 1700 and from selected later editions. It was reprinted in one volume as the Globe Shakespeare in 1864, without footnotes but with act, scene, and line numbering which became the standard form of reference. A second edition of the full-scale work, revised by Wright, appeared in 1891–3.

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