King Richard II

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ABBREVIATIONS

The abbreviated titles of Shakespeare works are those of Onions, A Shakespeare Glossary ( 2nd edn, 1919); line numbers and texts of passages cited or quoted as in Complete Works, ed. P. Alexander ( London, 1951). Quotations from the Bible, unless otherwise stated, are from the Bishops' Bible, 1569 edn. The usual abbreviations are used for titles of periodicals.

Abbott E. A. Abbott, A Shakespearian Grammar ( 3rd edn), London,
1870.
Alexander William Shakespeare, The Complete Works, ed. Peter Alexander , London and Glasgow, 1951.
Apperson G. L. Apperson, A Dictionary of English Proverbs and Pro-
verbial Sayings
, London, 1929.
Bond Complete Works of John Lyly, ed. R. W. Bond, Oxford, 1892.
Brereton "'Some Notes on Richard II'" in Writings on Elizabethan Drama
by J. Le Gay Brereton, collected by R. G. Howarth,
Melbourne, 1948.
Coleridge Coleridge's Shakespearian Criticism, ed. T. M. Raysor, London, 1930.
Craig The Tragedy of Richard II, ed. Hardin Craig ( Tudor Shakespeare), New York, 1912.
Créton Jean Créton, Histoire du Roy d'Angleterre Richard, ed. and
trans. by J. Webb in Archaeologia, vol. xx, London, 1824.
Daniel C. W. Samuel Daniel, The First Fowre Bookes of the civile warres be-
tween the two houses of Lancaster and Yorke
, London, 1595.
Deighton The Tragedy of King Richard II, ed. K. Deighton, London,
1898.
Edward II Marlowe, Edward II, ed. H. B. Charlton and R. D. Waller,
London, 1933.
England's Parnassus England's Parnassus, compiled by Robert Allot, 1600, ed
C. Crawford, Oxford, 1913.
Frijlinck The First Part of the Reign of King Richard the Second, or
Thomas of Woodstock, ed. W. P. Frijlinck, Malone Society Reprint, 1929.
Froissart The Chronicle of Froissart translated out of French by Sir John
Bourchier Lord Berners
, with an introduction by W. P. Ker,
London, 1903.
Hall Edward Hall, The union of the two noble and illustre famelies of
Lancastre & Yorke
, London, 1809 edn.
Hart Alfred Hart, Shakespeare and the Homilies, Melbourne, 1934.

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King Richard II
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Arden Shakespeare ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Preface to the Fifth Edition (1961) viii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction xiii
  • Characters - (in Order of Speaking) 2
  • The Tragedy of King Richard the Second 3
  • Scene III.-- [the LIsts at Coventry.] 16
  • Scene IV. -- [the Court] - [ Enter the King with Bagot and Greene at One Door; and the Lord Aumerle at Another.] 21
  • Act II 46
  • Scene II.--[windsorcastle.] 69
  • Scene IV. --[a Camp in Wales.] 88
  • Act III 90
  • Scene II.-- [the Coast of Wales.] 94
  • Scene IV. --[the Duke of York's Garden.] 105
  • Act IV 124
  • Act V 145
  • Scene III.--[windsor Castle.] 152
  • Scene IV. -- [windsor Castle.] 159
  • Scene V. -- [a Prison at Pomfret Castle.] 169
  • Scene VI.--[windsor Castle.] 177
  • Appendix I 181
  • Appendix II 198
  • Appendix IV 207
  • Additional Notes to Text and Commentary 208
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