Shakespeare around the Globe: A Guide to Notable Postwar Revivals

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Shakespeare Around the Globe

A Guide to Notable Postwar Revivals

EDITED BY Samuel L. Leiter

ASSOCIATE EDITORS LANGDON BROWN FELICIA HARDISON LONDRÉ TICE L. MILLER MICHAEL MULLIN DANIEL J. WATERMEIER

Greenwood Press NEW YORK · WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT · LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • ASSOCIATE EDITORS ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • All's Well That Ends Well 3
  • SOURCES 14
  • Antony and Cleopatra 17
  • SOURCES 36
  • As You like It 39
  • SOURCES 63
  • The Comedy of Errors 67
  • SOURCES 80
  • Coriolanus 83
  • SOURCES 100
  • Cymbeline 103
  • SOURCES 115
  • Hamlet 117
  • SOURCES 164
  • _____ Henry Iv, Parts 1 and 2 _____ 169
  • SOURCES 207
  • Henry V 213
  • SOURCES 229
  • _____ Henry Vi, Parts 1, 2, and 3 _____ 233
  • Henry VIII 245
  • SOURCES 254
  • Julius Caesar 257
  • SOURCES 279
  • King John 283
  • SOURCES 294
  • King Lear 297
  • SOURCES 330
  • Love's Labour's Lost 335
  • SOURCES 352
  • Macbeth 355
  • SOURCES 389
  • Measure for Measure 395
  • SOURCES 417
  • The Merchant of Venice 421
  • SOURCES 449
  • The Merry Wives of Windsor 453
  • SOURCES 462
  • _____ a Midsummer Night's Dream _____ 465
  • SOURCES 495
  • Much Ado About Nothing 499
  • SOURCES 519
  • Othello 523
  • SOURCES 550
  • Pericles 555
  • SOURCES 566
  • Richard II 569
  • SOURCES 590
  • Richard III 593
  • SOURCES 621
  • Romeo and Juliet 625
  • SOURCES 656
  • The Taming of the Shrew 661
  • SOURCES 682
  • The Tempest 685
  • SOURCES 714
  • Timon of Athens 719
  • SOURCES 731
  • Titus Andronicus 733
  • Troilus and Cressida 747
  • SOURCES 763
  • SOURCES 792
  • The Two Gentlemen of Verona 795
  • SOURCES 805
  • The Two Noble Kinsmen 807
  • SOURCES 809
  • The Winter's Tale 811
  • SOURCES 832
  • APPENDIX A Bibliographic Abbreviations 835
  • APPENDIX B Additional Revivals 847
  • APPENDIX C Geographical Breakdown of Productions 875
  • Contributors 885
  • Selected Bibliography 889
  • Index of Artists 893
  • Index of Critics 957
  • Index of Companies 965
  • About the Editor and Associate Editors 971
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