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Shakespeare Survey

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 September 2019

Emma Smith
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University of Oxford
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Print publication year: 2019

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Shakespeare and his Stage
Shakespearian Production
The Man and the Writer
Interpretation
Textual Criticism
The Histories
Style and Language
The Comedies
Hamlet
The Roman Plays
The Last Plays (with an index to Surveys 1–10)
The Elizabethan Theatre
King Lear
Shakespeare and his Contemporaries
The Poems and Music
Shakespeare in the Modern World
Shakespeare in his Own Age
Shakespeare Then Till Now
Macbeth
Shakespearian and Other Tragedy
Othello (with an index to Surveys 11–20)
Aspects of Shakespearian Comedy
Shakespeare’s Language
Shakespeare: Theatre Poet
Shakespeare’s Problem Plays
Shakespeare’s Jacobean Tragedies
Shakespeare’s Early Tragedies
Shakespeare and the Ideas of his Time
Shakespeare’s Last Plays
Henry IV to Hamlet
Shakespeare and the Classical World (with an index to Surveys 21–30)
The Middle Comedies
King Lear
Characterization in Shakespeare
Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century
Shakespeare in the Twentieth Century
Shakespeare’s Earlier Comedies
Shakespeare and History
Shakespeare on Film and Television
Current Approaches to Shakespeare through Language, Text and Theatre
Shakespearian Stages and Staging (with an index to Surveys 31–40)
Shakespeare and the Elizabethans
The Tempest and After
Shakespeare and Politics
Hamlet and its Afterlife
Shakespeare and Sexuality
Playing Places for Shakespeare
Shakespeare and Cultural Exchange
Romeo and Juliet and its Afterlife
Shakespeare and Language
Shakespeare in the Eighteenth Century (with an index to Surveys 41–50)
Shakespeare and the Globe
Shakespeare and Narrative
Shakespeare and Religions
King Lear and its Afterlife
Shakespeare and Comedy
Macbeth and its Afterlife
Writing About Shakespeare
Editing Shakespeare
Theatres for Shakespeare
Shakespeare, Sound and Screen
Close Encounters with Shakespeare’s Text
Shakespeare’s English Histories and their Afterlives
Shakespeare as Cultural Catalyst
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Working with Shakespeare
Shakespeare’s Collaborative Work
Shakespeare, Origins and Originality
Shakespeare and Rome
Creating Shakespeare
Re-Creating Shakespeare
Shakespeare and War
Shakespeare Survey: A Sixty-Year Cumulative Index
Aspects of Macbeth
Aspects of Othello
Aspects of Hamlet
Aspects of King Lear
Aspects of Shakespeare’s ‘Problem Plays’

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