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The First Quarto of “Hamlet”. Ed. Kathleen O. Irace. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (The New Cambridge Shakespeare), 1998. xvi+127 pp. £32.50/$49.95. ISBN 0–521–41819–4.

The First Quarto of ‘Romeo and Juliet’. Ed. by Lukas Erne. (New Cambridge Shakespeare: The Early Quartos.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2007. xviii + 192 pp. £45. isbn 978 0 521 82121 6.

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.

Shakespeare, William. The Comedy of Errors. Ed. T. S. Dorsch; revised Ros King. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (The New Cambridge Shakespeare), 2004. xiv + 131 pp. £35/$50 (hardback); £7.99/$14 (paperback). ISBN 0–521–82794–9/53516–6

Shakespeare, William. The Tragedy of King Lear. Ed. Jay L. Halio. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (The New Cambridge Shakespeare), 2005. xx + 314 pp. £40/$60 (hardback); £7.99/$14.99 (paperback). ISBN 0–521–84791–5/61263–2

John Russell Brown, Shakespeare Dancing: A Theatrical Study of the Plays. Pp. viii + 210. Basingstoke, London, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. Paperbound £15.99 (ISBN 1 4039 4196 3).
 Frederick Kiefer, Shakespeare's Visual Theatre: Staging the Personified Characters. Pp. xiii + 358. Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh: Cambridge University Press, 2003. £50.00 (ISBN 0 521 82725 6).

Lukas Erne and Margaret Jane Kidnie (eds), Textual Performances: The Modern Reproduction of Shakespeare's Drama. Pp. xv + 229. Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh: Cambridge University Press, 2004. £45.00 (ISBN 0 521 83095 8).

Charles Edelman (ed.), The Merchant of Venice. Pp. xxii + 293 (Shakespeare in Production). Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh: Cambridge University Press, 2003. Hardbound £47.50 (ISBN 0 521 77338 5); paperbound £16.95 (0 521 77429 2)
 W. B. Worthen, Shakespeare and the Force of Modern Performance. Pp. vii + 274. Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh: Cambridge University Press, 2003. Hardbound £42.50 (ISBN 0 521 81030 2); paperbound £15.95 (0 521 00800 X)

FURNIVALL, Frederick James (1825 - 1910), Hon. Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge; barrister; Founder and Director of Early English Text, Chaucer, Ballad, and New Shakespeare Societies; Founder of the Wyclif and Shelley Societies; Joint Founder of the Browning Society; editor of English MSS and Old Texts; worked with F. D. Maurice, J. M. Ludlow, T. Hughes, etc., in the Christian Socialist and Co-operative Movement, and at the Working Men’s College; was for ten years a captain in the Working Men’s College Rifle Volunteers, the 19th Middlesex

 

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in progress). This edition is a replacement for the New Shakespeare, completed in 1966. Whereas the New Shakespeare was edited by British scholars, the New Cambridge Shakespeare has recruited ...

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