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Nothing (Cambridge, 1997) Cox, 'Stage' John D. Cox, 'The stage representation of the "Kill Claudio" sequence in Much Ado About Nothing', SS 32 (1979), 27-36 Craik T.W. Craik, 'Much Ado About Nothing', Scrutiny, 19 (1953), 297-316 Crane, M. Milton Crane, Shakespeare's Prose (Chicago, 1951) Crane, W. William G. Crane, Wit and Rhetoric in the Renaissance (Gloucester, Mass., 1937, reprinted 1964) Craven Alan E. Craven, 'Compositor analysis to edited text: some suggested readings in Richard II and Much Ado About Nothing', PBSA, 26 (1982), 43-62 Croll Morris W. Croll, Attic and Baroque Prose Style: The Anti- Ciceronian Movement (Princeton, NJ, 1966) Davies Thomas Davies, Memoirs of the Life of David Garrick, 2 vols (1780), vol. 1 Davis Walter Davis, Introduction to Twentieth Century Interpretations of Much Ado About Nothing ' (Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1969) Dawson Anthony Dawson, 'Much ado about signifying', SEL, 22 (1982), 211-21 328
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Appendix Dekker, Hornbook Dekker, Sins Dekker, Works De Mornay Dent Dobranski Dobson Donne, 'Indifferent' Donne, Problems Drakakis Draper Duffin Dyce, Notes EC Erasmus Erne Evans, B. Evans, H. Evans, J. Everett, 'Much Ado' Everett, 'Unsociable' Thomas Dekker, Gull's Hornbook (1609) Thomas Dekker, Seven Deadly Sins of London, in The Non- Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker, ed. Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, 5 vols (1884-6), vol. 2 Thomas Dekker, The Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker, ed. Fredson Bowers, 4 vols (Cambridge, 1953-61) Philip de Mornay, Work Concerning the Trueness of Christian Religion . . ., trans. Arthur Golding (1617) R.W. Dent, Shakespeare's Proverbial Language: An Index (Berkeley, Los Angeles and London, 1981) Stephen P. Dobranski, 'Children of the mind: miscarried narratives in Much Ado About Nothing', SEL, 38 (1998), 233-50 Michael Dobson, 'Improving on the original: actresses and adaptations', in Bate & Jackson, 45-68 John Donne, 'The Indifferent', in Selected Poetry, ed. John Carey (Oxford, 1996) John Donne, Certain Problems (1623) John Drakakis, 'Trust and transgression: the discursive practices of Much Ado About Nothing', in Richard Machin and Christopher Norris (eds), Post-Structuralist Readings of English Poetry (Cambridge, 1987) John Draper, Stratford to Dogberry: Studies in Shakespeare's Earlier Plays (Pittsburgh, 1961) Ross W. Duffin, Shakespeare's Songbook (New York, 2004) Alexander Dyce, A Few Notes on Shakespeare (1853) Essays in Criticism Desiderius Erasmus, De Civilitate Morum Puer ilium, ed. J.K. Sowards, in Works, gen. ed. R.J. Schoek, 84 vols (Toronto, 1974-2003), vol. 23 Lukas Erne, Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist (Cambridge, 2003) Bertrand Evans, Shakespeare's Comedies (Oxford, 1960) Hugh C. Evans, 'Comic constables: fictional and histori- cal', SQ_, 20 (1969), 422-33 John X. Evans, 'The villainy of one deformed: the complex word fashion in Much Ado About Nothing', in John H. Dorencamp (ed.), Literary Studies: Essays in Memory of Francis A. Drumm (Wetteren, Belgium, 1973), 91-114 Barbara Everett, 'Much Ado About Nothing', Critical Quarterly, 3 (1961), 319-35 Barbara Everett, ''Much Ado About Nothing: the unsociable comedy', in Michael Cordner, Peter Holland and John Kerrigan (eds), English Comedy (Cambridge, 1994), 68-84 329
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Appendix Ferrand FQ Friedman, 'Hush'd' Friedman, 'Man' Faucit Helena Faucit, On Some of Shakespeare's Female Characters (Edinburgh, 1891) Fedele Luigi Pasaqualigo, // Fedele (1576), trans. Anthony Munday as Fedele and Fortunio, the
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