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Two Italian Gentlemen (1585) Fergusson Francis Fergusson, ''The Comedy of Errors and Much Ado About Nothing', Sewanee Review, 61 (1954), 24-37 Jacques Ferrand, Erotomania (1640) Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene (1590/1596) Michael Friedman, 'Hush'd on purpose to grace har- mony: wives and silence in Much Ado About Nothing\ Theater Journal, vol. 42, no. 3 (1990), 350-63 Michael Friedman, '"For Man is a giddy thing, and this is my conclusion": fashion and Much Ado About Nothing', Text and Performance Quarterly, vol. 13, no. 3 (1993), 267-82 Frye Northrop Frye, A Natural Perspective: The Development of Shakespearean Comedy and Romance (New York, 1967) Gardener's The Gardener's Labyrinth (1594) Gargantua François Rabelais, Gargantua and Pantagruel, trans. Thomas Urquhart and Peter Le Motteux, 3 vols (1934) Garrick Much Ado About Nothing . . . as it is Acted at the Theatres Royal in Drury Lane and Covent Garden (1778) Geneva Bible The Bible and Holy Scriptures Contained in the Old and New Testaments (1560) Gerard John Gerard, The Herbal, or General History of Plants (1597) Gibson Anthony Gibson, A Woman's Worth, defended against all the men in the world (1599) Gielgud John Gielgud, An Actor and His Time (New York, 1997) Gildon Charles Gildon, 'Remarks', in Rowe (additional vol. 7), 304 Girard René Girard, 'Love by hearsay: mimetic strategies in Much Ado About Nothing', in A Theater of Envy (Oxford, 1991), 80-91 Gittings Clare Gittings, Death, Burial and the Individual in Early Modern England (1984) Gollancz Israel Gollancz, Introduction to Much Ado About Nothing, in The Works of William Shakespeare, 5 vols (New York, 1909), vol. 5 Goosecappe Sir Gyles Goosecappe, in A.H. Bullen (éd.), A Collection of Old English Plays, 4 vols (1882-5), vol. 3 Greenblatt Stephen Greenblatt, Introduction to Much Ado About Nothing, Norton Shakespeare (New York, 1997) Greene, Courtier Robert Greene, A Quip for an Upstart Courtier, in The Life and Complete Works in Verse and Prose of Robert Greene, ed. Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, 15 vols (1881-6), vol. 11 330
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Appendix Greene, Mirror Greg Gurr Harbage Hayne Hazlitt Hemming Henslowe Henze Heywood, Maid Heywood, Man Heywood, Proverbs Hogan Holland Homilies Howard Hunt Iliad Jameson Jenkins Johnson on Shakespeare Jonson Robert Greene, Mirror of Modesty, in John Payne Collier (éd.), Illustrations of English Literature, 3 vols (1866), vol. 3 W.W. Greg, A Bibliography of English Printed Drama to the Restoration, 2 vols (1962) Andrew Gurr, The Shakespearean Stage, 1574-1642 (Cambridge, 1982) Alfred Harbage, As They Liked It (1947) Victoria Hayne, 'Measuring Much Ado: Davenant's Law Against Lovers\ paper presented to the conference 'Much Ado About Nothing: A Play in History', University of California at Los Angeles, 1998 William Hazlitt, Characters of Shakespeare's Plays (1817) Sarah Hemming, review of Doran production, Financial Times, 8 August 2002 Henslowe's Diary, ed. R.A. Foakes and R.T. Rickert (Cambridge, 1961) Richard Henze, 'Deception in Much Ado About Nothing 1 , SEL, 11(1971), 187-201 Thomas Heywood, Fair Maid of the Exchange, ed. Karl E.
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