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Shakespeare, idealism, and universals: the significance of recent work on the mind
(© Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
For most the twentieth century, the serious study of Shakespeare's works was founded on a general acceptance of the principles of Platonic idealism and essentialism, and a belief in the existence of universals. In textual ...
Precision, consistency and completeness in early-modern playbook manuscripts: the evidence from Thomas of Woodstock and John a Kent and John a Cumber
(Oxford Journals © the author, 2011)
In three influential essays of the 1980s, William B. Long challenged the standard New Bibliographical characterization of early-modern promptbooks and established a new othodoxy (Long 1985b; Long 1985a; Long 1989). Contrary ...
Shakespeare and Ecocritical Theory
Reconstructions of the Globe: a retrospective
(© Cambridge University Press, 1999)
Shakespeare section 1: Editions and textual matters
(Oxford University Press for the English Association, 2012)
A response to the three-text Arden3 Hamlet
(Centre for Research in Renaissance Studies (Roehampton University) / © The author, 2009)
Pericles and the textuality of theatre
The subtitle of our meeting, 'From Stage to Print in Early Modern England, posits a movement in one direction, from performance to printed book. This seems reasonable since, whereas modern actors usually start with a ...
Shakespeare: editions and textual studies
(© English Association, 2003)
The limitations of Vickers's trigram tests
(Oxford University Press, 2017-02-09)