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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 ...
"'Thou Hast Most Traitorously Corrupted the Youth of the Realm . . . Thou Hast Built a Paper-mill' (Shakespeare 2 Henry 6,) Or, The First Thing we Do is Kill All the Trees"
In the 15 years since computers started to appear on English tutors desks, their most notable effect has been to turn the trickle of paper circulating in university departments into a flood. Rather than exploiting the ...
Open access and the academic
(Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), 2009)
Review of Nicholas Grene, 'Shakespeare's serial history plays' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002)
(© Cambridge University Press, 2003)
Shakespeare: editions and textual studies
(Oxford University Press / © English Association, 2008)
Shylock's unpropped house and the theatre in Shoreditch
(© Oxford University Press, 2003)
The first 5 years of the Arden Shakespeare: 8 plays, 1899-1903
(© Gabriel Egan, 2007)
Ride me as you would be rid: the horse in Brome and Heywood's 'The Witches of Lancashire'
(Centre for Research in Renaissance Studies, 2009)