Biblical References in Shakespeare's Plays

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Biblical References
in Shakespeare's
Plays

Naseeb Shaheen

DELAWARE

Newark: University of Delaware Press

London: Associated University Presses

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 7
  • 1: The English Bible in Shakespeare's Day 17
  • 2: Shakespeare and the Anglican Liturgy 51
  • 3: Criteria for a Valid Reference 67
  • Biblical and Liturgical References in Shakespeare's Plays 75
  • Part I - The Comedies 77
  • The Two Gentlemen of Verona 79
  • The Taming of the Shrew 87
  • The Comedy of Errors 100
  • Love's Labor's Lost 118
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream 143
  • The Merchant of Venice 152
  • The Merry Wives of Windsor 187
  • Much Ado about Nothing 203
  • As You like It 214
  • Twelfth Night 230
  • Measure for Measure 245
  • All's Well That Ends Well 264
  • Part II - The History Plays 281
  • Biblical References in Shakespeare's Plays 283
  • 2: Henry VI 300
  • 3: Henry VI 323
  • Richard III 337
  • Richard II 360
  • King John 390
  • 1: Henry IV 407
  • 2: Henry IV 426
  • Henry V 448
  • Henry VIII 472
  • Part III - The Tragedies 495
  • Titus Andronicus 497
  • Romeo and Juliet 510
  • Julius Caesar 522
  • Hamlet 534
  • Troilus and Cressida 564
  • Othello 580
  • Macbeth 621
  • Antony and Cleopatra 643
  • Coriolanus 658
  • Timon of Athens 670
  • Part IV - The Romances 681
  • Pericles 683
  • Cymbeline 695
  • The Winter's Tale 717
  • The Tempest 734
  • The Two Noble Kinsmen 750
  • Sir Thomas More 757
  • Appendix A - Index to Shakespeare's Biblical References 769
  • Appendix B - References to the Book of Common Prayer 827
  • Appendix C - References to the Homilies 831
  • Bibliography 833
  • Index 871
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