Kingship and Counterfeit: Shakespeare’s Deconstructionist Vision in Henry IV



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Notes


  1. Phyllis Rackin mentions Lily B. Campbell, Irving Ribner, Andrew S. Cairncross, Robert B. Pierce, Robert Rentoul Reed, Jr., etc., in his Stages of History, p. 40, note 1.

  2. I have often thought that the closest Chinese equivalent term for logos is "Tao" (道).

  3. All parenthesized numbers hereafter refer to the Arden Shakespeare editions of Henry IV Part 1 & Part 2, with Harold F. Brooks, et al., as general editors.

  4. In his "The Structural Problem in Shakespeare's Henry IV" Harold Jenkins has a good discussion of the problem of whether the two parts of Henry IV make two plays or just one single play. Among the one-play theorists are Dr. Johnson, Capell, Dover Wilson, Tillyard, and Jenkins himself.


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