Shakespeare, W - Much Ado About Nothing (Arden, 2006).pdf

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Spanish Spinrad SQ. ss Statutes Steed Straznicky Swinburne Tasso Taylor, 'Introduction' Taylor, M. Taylor, 'Proximities' Terry Thompson & Thompson Tilley Traugott TxC Sir Philip Sidney, A Defence of Poetry, ed. J.A. Van Dorsten (Oxford, 1966) Robert Smallwood, 'Directors' Shakespeare', in Bate & Jackson, 176-96 John Hazel Smith, 'The composition of the Quarto of Much Ado About Nothing', Studies in Bibliography 16 (1963), 9-26 Robert Snawsel, A Looking Glass for Married Folks (1610) Studies in Philology Thomas Kyd, The Spanish Tragedy, in Works of Thomas Kyd, ed. Frederick S. Boas (Oxford, 1901) Phoebe Spinrad, 'Dogberry hero: Shakespeare's comic constables in their communal context', SP, vol. 89, no. 2 (1992), 161-78 Shakespeare Quarterly Shakespeare Survey The Statutes of the Night (1595) Maggie Steed, 'Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing', in Russell Jackson and Robert Smallwood (eds), Players of Shakespeare: Further Essays in Shakespearean Performance (Cambridge, 1993), 42-51 Marta Straznicky, 'Shakespeare and the government of comedy: Much Ado About Nothing', SS 22 (1994), 141-71 A.C. Swinburne, A Study of Shakespeare (1880) Torquato and Ercole Tasso, Of Marriage and Wiving: An excellent, pleasant, and philosophical controversy between the two Tassi, trans. R.T (1599) Gary Taylor, 'General introduction', in TxC Michael Taylor, ''Much Ado About Nothing: the individual in society', EC, 23 (1973), 146-53 Gary Taylor, 'Theatrical proximities: the Stratford Festival 1998', SQ_, 50 (1999), 334-54 Ellen Terry, The Story of My Life (1908) Ann Thompson and John O. Thompson, Shakespeare: Meaning and Metaphor (Brighton, England, 1987) M.P. Tilley, A Dictionary of the Proverbs in England in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Ann Arbor, Mich., 1950) John Traugott, 'Creating a rational Rinaldo: a study in the mixture of the genres of comedy and romance in Much Ado About Nothing', Genre, vol. 15, no. 2-3 (1982), 157-81 Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, with John Jowett and William Montgomery, William Shakespeare: A Textual Companion (Oxford, 1987) 336
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Appendix Vickers Watson WB. Webbe Weil Wells, 'Crux' Wells, 'Foul-paper' Wells, Re-editing What You Will White Devil Wiles Williams Wilson Woodbridge Wright Brian Vickers, The Artistry of Shakespeare's Prose (1969) Thomas Watson, Ecatompathia (1582) W. B., The Court of Good Counsel, Wherein is set down the true rules, how as man should choose a good wife from a had, and a woman a good husband (1607) William Webbe, A Discourse of English Poetry, ed. Edward Arber(1871) Herbert Weil, '"Be vigitant, I beseech you": a fantasia on Dogberry and doubling in Much Ado About Nothing*, Ben Jonson Journal, 6 (1999), 307-17 Stanley Wells, 'A crux in Much Ado About Nothing*, SQ, 31 (1985), 85-6 Stanley Wells, 'Editorial treatment of foul-paper texts: Much Ado About Nothing as test case', Review of English 6Wz«,n.s. 31(1980), 1-16 Stanley Wells, Re-editing Shakespeare for the Modern Reader (Oxford, 1984) John Marston, What You Will, in The Works of John Marston, ed. A.H. Bullen, 3 vols (1887), vol. 2 John Webster, The White Devil, in Three Plays, ed. DC.
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