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'Sonnets': A letter to the editor
(Times Literary Supplement, 2013-05-31)
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-06-01)
Making editions for close readers: the Arden Shakespeare 1899-1904
No-one reads a Shakespeare play more closely than an editor making a critical edition, although the closeness varies between series. The Arden Shakespeare (1899-) was the most successful mass readership Shakespeare ...
The book as object in Ray Galton and Alan Simpson's Hancock Half Hour episode 'The Missing Page'
In their scripts for the television and radio shows of Hancock's Half Hour, Ray Galton and Alan Simpson (G+S) formulaically employed prolepsis to enable rapid composition of an ironic twist for each episode's ending. G+S ...
The Lords Howard's Men at the Rose and on Tour in 1599
(© Oxford University Press, 1999)
Myths and enabling fictions of 'Origin' in the editing of Shakespeare
(© Cambridge University Press, 1997)
'Public property?': A letter to the editor
(Times Literary Supplement, 2014-09-12)
Written in the stone. Review of Jean Wilson 'The archaeology of Shakespeare' ( Stroud: Sutton , 1995)
(TSL Education Ltd., 1996)