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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 ...
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)
Showing versus telling: Shakespeare's ekphraseis, visual absences and the cinema
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2001)
Platonism and bathos in Shakespeare and other early modern drama
It has long been noticed that the events of Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet and those of the play of Pyramis and Thisbe in his A Midsummer Night's Dream are alike, and that the former treats seriously what is ...
Ariel's costume in the original staging of 'The Tempest'
(Society of Theatre Research, 1997)
Foucault's epistemic shift and verbatim repetition in Shakespeare
(Manchester University Press, 2008)