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PLIMPTON, GEORGE ARTHUR. The education of Shakespeare Illustrated from the schoolbooks in use in his time. New York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1933. 140 p. 33-9591

QUENNELL, PETER. Shakespeare, a biography. Cleveland, World, 1963. 352 p. 63-8981

RALEIGH, Sir WALTER ALEXANDER. Shake­speare. New York, Macmillan, 1907. 233 p. 7-15578

REESE, MAX MEREDITH* Shakespeare, his world & his work. New York, St. Martin's, 1953. 589 p. 53-4011

ROWSE, ALFRED LESLIE. William Shakespeare, a biography. New York, Harper & Row, 1963. 484 p. 63-16517

SANDERS, GERALD DE WITT. A Shakespeare

primer. New York, Rinehart, 1950. 224 p.

50-9017

SIMPSON, LUCIE. The secondary heroes of

Shakespeare, and other essays. London, Kings -

wood, 1951. 151 p. 52-19173

SITWELL, DAME EDITH. A notebook of William Shakespeare. Boston, Beacon, 1961. 233 p. (49-4600)

SPENCER, HAZELTON. The art and life of William Shakespeare. New York, Harcourt, Brace, 1940. 495 p. 40-3577

WHITE, BEATRICE. An index to "The Elizabethan stage" and 'William Shakespeare" by Sir Edmund Chambers. Oxford, Clarendon, 1934. 161 p. 35-17832

WILSON, JOHN DOVER. The essential Shake­speare, a biographical adventure. Cambridge, Univ. Press, 1932. 148 p. 32-15503

PR2910 The age of Shakespeare

BROWN, IVOR JOHN CARNEGIE. Shakespeare in his time. Edinburgh, Nelson, 1961. 238 p. A61-8600

HALLIDAY, FRANK ERNEST. Shakespeare in his age. London, Duckworth, 1956. 362 p. 56-14511

HATCHER, ORIE LATHAM. A book of Shake­speare plays and pageants; a treasury of Eliza­bethan and Shakespearean detail ... New York, Dutton, 1916. 339 p. 16-9570

YALE UNIVERSITY. Yale Shakespeare Festival, 1954. Shakespeare: of an age and for all time; the Yale Shakespeare Festival lectures. Ed. by Charles Tyler Prouty. Ham den, Conn., Shoe String, 1954. 147 p. 54-11095

PR2911-2920 Relationships to contemporaries. Homes and haunts

ADAMS, JOHN CRANFORD. The Globe Playhouse: its design and equipment. 2d ed. New York, Barnes & Noble, 1961. 435 p. 61-14744

BROWN, IVOR JOHN CARNEGIE and FEARON, GEORGE. This Shakespeare industry; amazing monument New York, Harper, 1939. 332 p. 40-2551

ECCLES, MARK. Shakespeare in Warwickshire. Madison, Univ. of Wisconsin. 182 p. 61-5900

FRIPP, EDGAR MNES. Shakespeare's Stratford. London, Oxford Univ., 1928. 86 p. 28-25583

GITTINGS, ROBERT. Shakespeare's rival; a study in three parts. London, Heinemann, 1960. 138 p. 62-6698

HODGES, CYRIL WALTER. The Globe restored; a study of the Elizabethan theatre. London, Benn, 1953. 199 p. 54-617

HOTSON, LESLIE. Shakespeare's wooden O. New York, Macmillan, 1960. 335 p. 60-10533

LEE, Sir SIDNEY. Stratford-on-Avon from the earliest times to the death of Shakespeare. New & rev. ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1907. 327 p. 32-32812

PR2937-2961 Authorship

BENTLEY, GERALD EADES. Shakespeare &

Jonson; their reputations in the seventeenth century

compared. Chicago, Univ. of Chicago, 1945. 2 v.

A45-1235

BLUMENTHAL, WALTER HART. Paging Mr.

Shakespeare: a critical challenge. New York,

University Pub., 1961. 328 p. 61-8737

BULLOUGH, GEOFFREY, ed. Narrative and dramatic sources of Shakespeare. New York, Columbia Univ., 1957- 57-9969

CHURCHILL, REGINALD CHARLES. Shakespeare and his betters; a history and a criticism of the attempts which have been made to prove that Shakespeare's works were written by others. Bloomington, Indiana Univ., 1959. 255 p. 59-5124

DONNELLY, IGNATIUS. The great cryptogram: Francis Bacon's cipher in the so-called Shake­speare plays. London, S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1888. 2 v. 32-25044

DURNING-LAWRENCE, Sir EDWIN, bart Bacon is Shake-speare, together with a reprint of Bacon's Promus of formularies and elegancies. New York, McBride, 1910. 286 p. 10-22087

EVANS, ALFRED JOHN. Shakespeare's magic circle. London, Barker, 1956. 160 p. 56-2870

FEUILLERAT, ALBERT. The composition of Shakespeare's plays: authorship, chronology. New Haven, Yale Univ., 1953. 340 p. 52-9259

FRIEDMAN, WILLIAM FREDERICK and FRIEDMAN, ELIZEBETH (SMITH). The Shake­spearean ciphers examined... Cambridge, Univ. Press, 1957. 302 p. 57-14933

GIBSON, H. N. The Shakespeare claimants; a critical survey of the four principal theories concerning the authorship of the Shakespearean plays. New York, Barnes & Noble, 1962. 320 p. 62-5964

GREENWOOD, Sir GRANVILLE GEORGE. The Shakespeare problem restated. London, Lane, 1908. 558 p. 8-21629

HOFFMAN, CALVIN. The murder of the man who was "Shakespeare." New York, Messner, 1955. 232 p. 55-7259

HOLINSHED, RAPHAEL, comp. Holinshed's Chronicle as used in Shakespeare's plays. New York, Dutton, 1959. 233 p. (A27-283)

LANTER, SIDNEY. Shakspere and his forerunners; studies in Elizabethan poetry and its development from early English. New York, Doubleday, Page, 1908. 2 pt. in 1 v. 8-31012

LOONEY, J. THOMAS. "Shakespeare" identified in Edward De Vere, the seventeenth earl of Ox­ford. New York, Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1949. 476 p. 49-11024

OGBURN, DOROTHY and OGBUHN, CHARLTON. This star of England: "William Shake-speare," man of the Renaissance. New York, Coward -McCann, 1952. 1297 p. 52-11712

POTTS, ABBIE FINDLAY. Shakespeare and The faerie queene. Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell Univ., 1958. 269 p. 58-3829

ROBERTSON, JOHN MACKINNON. The Baconian heresy, a confutation. London, Jenkins, 1913. 612 p. 13-13234

ROBERTSON, JOHN MACKINNON. Montaigne and Shakespeare, and other essays on cognate questions. 2d ed., rev. & enl. London, A. & a Black, 1909. 358 p. 10-1158

ROBERTSON, JOHN MACKINNON. Shakespeare and Chapman; a thesis of Chapman's authorship of "A lover's complaint, " and his origination of "Timon of Athens." London, Unwin, 1917. 302 p. 18-7533

SHAKESPEARE jest-books; reprints of the early and very rare jest-books supposed to have been used by Shakespeare. Ed. by W. Carew Hazlitt. London, Willis & Sotheran, 1864. 3 v. 17-24759

The SHAKSPERE allusion-book; a collection of allusions to Shakspere from 1591 to 1700. Re-ed., rev. & re-arranged by John Munro (1909), and now re-issued with a preface by Sir Edmund Chambers. London, Oxford Univ., 1932. 2 v. 32-31755

SMART, JOHN SEMPLE. Shakespeare truth and tradition. With a memoir by W. Macneile Dixon. London, Arnold, 1928. 224 p. 29-6260

THORNDIKE, ASHLEY HORACE. The influence of Beaumont and Fletcher on Shakespere. Wor­cester, Mass., O. B. Wood, 1901. 176 p. 1-31503

WADSWORTH, FRANK W, The poacher from Stratford; a partial account of the controversy over the authorship of Shakespeare's plays, Berkeley, Univ. of California, 1958. 174 p. 58-12094

PR2965-3120 Criticism and interpretation

PR2965-2973 HISTORY OF SHAKESPEARIAN CRITICISM

BABCOCK, ROBERT WTTBECK. The genesis of Shakespeare idolatry, 1766-1799; a study in Eng­lish criticism of the late eighteenth century. Chapel Hill, Univ. of North Carolina, 1931. 307 p. 31-11519

GUNDOLF, FRIEDRICH. Shakespeare und der deutsche Geist. 11. Aufl. Mflhchen, Ktfpper vormals G. Bondi, 1959. 316 p. (24-10150)

HALLIDAY, FRANK ERNEST. The cult of Shake­speare. New York, Yoseloff, 1960. 218 p. 60-8063

LEWINTER, OSWALD, ed. Shakespeare in Eu­rope. Cleveland, World, 1963. 382 p. 63-12323

MARDER, LOUIS. His exits and his entrances; the story of Shakespeare's reputation. Phila­delphia, Lippincott, 1963, 386 p. 63-11756

RALLI, AUGUSTUS. A history of Shakespearian criticism. New York, Humanities, 1959. 2 v. (32-18550)

WESTFALL, ALFRED VAN RENSSELAER. American Shakespearean criticism, 1607-1865. New York, Wilson, 1939. 305 p. 39-16432

WOLFFHEIM, HANS, ed. Die Entdeckung Shake-speares; deutsche Zeugnisse des 18. Jahrhunderts. Hamburg, Hoffmann & Campe, 1959. 275 p. A60-721

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