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Tables of Contents for Shakespearean Continuities
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Notes on the Contributors
viii
4
Preface and Acknowledgements
xii
 
I Shakespeare and His Predecessors
3
90
1 Magic and the Recluse in Arden: Shakespeare's Precursors in the Forest
3
20
John Frankis
2 Voices from the Past: A Note on Termagant and Herod
23
17
Diana Whaley
3 Classical and Contemporary Sources of the `Gloomy Woods' of Titus Andronicus: Ovid, Seneca, Spenser
40
16
Michael Pincombe
4 Shakespeare's Henry IV and 'the old song of Percy and Douglas'
56
18
Claire Lamont
5 `Suppose you see': The Chorus in Henry V and The Mirror for Magistrates
74
19
Brian Vickers
II Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
93
100
6 Credulous to False Prints: Shakespeare, Chettle, Harvey, Wolfe
93
15
John Jowett
7 The Case for the Earlier Canon
108
15
Rosalind King
8 Freud and Shakespeare: Hamlet
123
15
A. D. Nuttall
9 Othello, The Infamous Ripley and SHAKSPER
138
12
Edward Pechter
10 Timon and Tragedy
150
11
Laurence Lerner
11 Shakespeare the Man
161
14
Park Honan
12 The Rapture of the Sea
175
18
Philip Edwards
III Shakespeare in Performance
193
84
13 `Comparisons and wounding flouts': Love's Labours Lost and the Tradition of Personal Satire
193
13
Tom Cain
14 The Integration of Violent Action in Titus Andronicus
206
15
Stanley Wells
15 Troilus and Cressida as Brechtian Theatre
221
17
R. S. White
16 On Finishing a Commentary on King Lear
238
9
R. A. Foakes
17 The Making of a Popular Repertory: Hollywood and the Elizabethans
247
12
G. K. Hunter
18 Shakespeare Meets the Warner Brothers: Reinhardt and Dieterle's A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935)
259
18
Bruce Babington
IV Shakespeare and Later Writers
277
111
19 Nicholas Rowe and the Glossing of Shakespeare
277
13
N. E. Osselton
20 Shakespearean Sensibilities: Women Writers Reading Shakespeare, 1753-1808
290
15
Judith Hawley
21 Shakespeare in The Cenci: Tragedy and `familiar imagery'
305
14
Michael Rossington
22 Ruskin and Shakespeare
319
16
John Batchelor
23 Shakespeare and Strindberg: Influence as Insemination
335
13
Inga-Stina Ewbank
24 The Further Fortunes of Falstaff
348
13
T. W. Craik
25 `Brush Up Your Shakespeare', or Learning to Dance with the Bard: Angela Carter's Wise Children
361
11
Linda Anderson
26 Base Uses
372
6
Kenneth Muir
`After Shakespeare: The West End, Newcastle upon Tyne': A Set of Poems
378
4
Desmond Graham
`A Book-Binder's Grumble'
382
2
E. A. J. Honigmann
E. A. J. Honigmann: Publications, 1954-97
384
4
Index
388