This comprehensive reference surveys the editing and publishing of Shakespeare's texts from the Renaissance through our own time. Andrew Murphy not only covers all of the major scholarly editions. He also includes mass market popular editions and ranges widely across the rich field of Shakespeare publishing. Murphy's comprehensive listing of major Shakespeare editions makes this volume an invaluable basic research resource.
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