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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology



http://www.unizar.es/departamentos/filologia_inglesa/garciala/bibliography.html

by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)


Shakespeare Apocrypha and Lost plays

Shakespeare apocrypha and lost plays: editions

Criticism

Shakespeare forgeries




Shakespeare apocrypha and lost plays: Editions
Edmund Ironside. Drama. 1588. Ed. E. Sams. Aldeshot: Wildwood House, 1986.

The Troublesome Raigne of Iohn, King of England. Anonymous play. London: Sampson Clarke, 1591. "By W. Sh." 1611.

_____. The Troublesome Raigne of John, King of England (In Hazlitt's Shakes. Lib. 1875).

_____. The Troublesome Raigne of Iohn, King of England. 1591. Apocryphal Shakespeare. In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

The Second part of the troublesome Raigne of King Iohn. 1591. Apocryphal Shakespeare. In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

Arden of Feversham. Drama. 1592.

_____. (Anonymous). Arden of Feversham. In Five Elizabethan Tragedies. Ed. A. K. McIlwraith. (World's Classics, 452). London: Oxford UP, 1938. Rpt. 1945. 1950. 1952. 1957. 1959. 1961. 1963. 1966. 1969.* (Rpt. (Oxford Paperbacks). London: Oxford UP, 1971. Rpt. 1976. 241-324.*

_____. Arden of Feversham. In Minor Elizabethan Tragedies (Gorboduc, Cambises, The Spanish Tragedy, Arden of Feversham). Ed. T. W. Craik. London: Dent.

_____. Arden of Feversham. In Disputed Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. W. Kozlenko. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1974.

_____. (Anonymous). Arden of Faversham. In English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology. Ed. David Bevington et al. New York and London: Norton, 2002. 421-82.*

_____. Arden of Faversham. In The Routledge Anthology of Renaissance Drama. Ed. Simon Barker and Hilary Hinds. London: Routledge, 2002. (Book/eBook)



King Leir. 1593. (Malone Society Reprints). Ed. Greg. Oxford, 1907, 1956.

_____. The Chronicle History of King Leir. Online ed. Amanda Mabillard.



http://shakespeare.about.com/library/weekly/aa010201a.htm

2006-07-17



The Raigne of King Edvvard the third. 1596. (Attr. to Shakespeare et al.).

_____. The Raigne of King Edvvard the third. In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

_____. The Raigne of King Edward the Third. 1596. Ed. C. F. Tucker Brooke. In The Shakespeare Apocrypha. 1908.

_____. The Reign of Edward III. Attr. William Shakespeare et al. (New Cambridge Shakespeare). Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

_____. Eduardo III. By William Shakespeare. Ed. and trans. Antonio Ballesteros González. Madrid: Asociación de Directores de Escena de España (ADE), 2005.

Locrine. Drama. "By W. S." 1595.

_____. The Tragedy of Locrine, the eldest Son of King Brutus. Drama. (Printed as Shakespeare's in the Third Folio, 1664). In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

_____. Locrine. In The Doubful Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. William Hazlitt. London: George Routledge and Sons, n.d. 57-104.*

_____. Locrine. In Disputed Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. W. Kozlenko. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1974.



A Most Pleasant Comedie of Mucedorus. Drama. 1610.

_____. Mucedorus. In Disputed Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. W. Kozlenko. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1974.

_____. A Most pleasant Comedie of Mucedorus. In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

The Passionate Pilgrime. By W. Shakespeare. (8º). London, 1599.

_____. The passionate pilgrime. By W. Shakespeare. 1599. In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

_____. El peregrino apasionado. In Shakespeare, Obras completas II: Comedias y poesía. Trans. and notes by Luis Astrana Marín. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2004. 803-9.*

_____. El peregrino apasionado. In Shakespeare, Poesía. Trans. Fátima Auad and Pablo Mané Garzón. Introd. John Kerrigan, trans. Carlos Milla Soler. (William Shakespeare, Obra completa). Barcelona: RBA, 2003. 305-20.*



Sir Thomas More. History play, by Anthony Munday et al. c. 1601? (Contains passages attributed to Shakespeare, believed to be in his own hand in the manuscript).

_____. Sir Thomas More (Passages attributed to Shakespeare). Introd. Walter Cohen. In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 2011-19.*

_____. (William Shakespeare). "A Scene for Sir Thomas More." Introd., transcription and modernized text by Eric Rasmussen. In William Shakespeare: Complete Works (The RSC Shakespeare). Ed. Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen. London: Macmillan, 2007. Pbk. 2008. 2464-70.*

_____. Sir Thomas More. Online at Project Gutenberg.*



http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/1547/pg1547.html

2012


Thomas, Lord Cromwell. "By W. S." 1602.

_____. The History of the Life and Death of Thomas Lord Cromwell. Drama. (Printed as Shakespeare's in the Third Folio, 1664). In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

_____. The Life and Death of Thomas Lord Cromwell. In The Doubful Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. William Hazlitt. London: George Routledge and Sons, n.d. 165-205.*



The London Prodigal. Drama. "By William Shakespeare." 1605.

_____. The London Prodigal. (Printed as Shakespeare's in the Third Folio, 1664). In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

_____. The London Prodigal. In The Doubful Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. William Hazlitt. London: George Routledge and Sons, n.d. 205-48.*

_____. The London Prodigal. In Disputed Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. W. Kozlenko. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1974.



The Puritan. "By W. S." 1607.

_____. The Puritan: or, The Widow of Watling-street. Drama. (Printed as Shakespeare's in the Third Folio, 1664). In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

_____. The Puritan: or, The Widow of Watling Street. In The Doubful Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. William Hazlitt. London: George Routledge and Sons, n.d. 149-298.*

The Taming of a Shrew.

_____. A Pleasant Conceited Historie, called The taming of a Shrew. Quarto. 1594. In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

_____. The Taming of a Shrew. Ed. Graham Holderness and Brian Loughrey. Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1992.

_____. The Taming of a Shrew, 1594. Ed. Stephen Miller (Archives, King's College, U of London). (Malone Society Reprints, 160). Oxford: Oxford UP / Malone Society, 1998.

_____. A Critical, Old-Spelling Edition of The Taming of A Shrew, 1594. Ed. Stephen Roy Miller. Oxford UP / The Malone Society, 1998.



Woodstock. See Anonymous English works (Major).

A Yorkshire Tragedy. Drama. "By W. Shakespeare." 1608.

_____. A Yorkshire Tragedy. In The Comedies, Histories and Tragedies of Mr W. Shakespeare. (Third Folio). 1664. (Printed as Shakespeare's).

_____. A Yorkshire Tragedy. In The Doubful Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. William Hazlitt. London: George Routledge and Sons, n.d. 299-317.*

_____. A Yorkshire Tragedy In Disputed Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. W. Kozlenko. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1974.

_____. A York-shire Tragedy, Not so New, as Lamentable and True. (Third Folio, 1664). In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.
Shakespeare, William (¿). Love's Labour's Won. Hypothetical lost play.

Shakespeare, William, (? et al). The History of Cardenio. Lost play, based on a story in Don Quixote by Cervantes. Performed at the Royal Palace, 1613.

Shakespeare, William, and John Fletcher. Historia de Cardenio. Introd. an trans. Charles David Ley. Ed. José Esteban. José Esteban, 1987.

_____. Historia de Cardenio. Introd. an trans. Charles David Ley. Ed. José Esteban. (Breviarios de Rey Lear, 8). Madrid: Rey Lear, 2007.*

Munday, Anthony. The Widow's Charm. Drama. July 1602, printed c. 1607 as The Puritan: or, The Widow of Watling--street, and ascribed to Shakespeare.
Munday, A., M. Drayton, R. Wilson and R. Hathwaye. The First Part of the Life of Sir John Oldcastle. 1600 (2 eds, 1st ascribed to Shakespeare). (1st part surviving only).

First Part of Sir John Oldcastle. In The Doubful Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. William Hazlitt. London: George Routledge and Sons, n.d. 105-64.*

The History of Sir John Oldcastle, the good Lord Cobham. Drama. (Printed as Shakespeare's in the Third Folio, 1664). In Literature Online: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey.

The First Part of Sir John Oldcastle. In Disputed Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. W. Kozlenko. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1974.In Disputed Plays of William Shakespeare. Ed. W. Kozlenko. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1974.

A Critical Edition of i Sir John Oldcastle. Ed. Jonathan Rittenhouse. New York and London, 1984.

Rowley, William. The Birth of Merlin. Tragicomedy. (? with Shakespeare).


Collected editions
Rowe, Nicholas, ed. The Works of Mr William Shakespear. 1709. (Octavo, illust., including apocrypha). 3rd ed. 1714.

Everitt, E. B., and R. L. Armstrong, eds. Six Early Plays Related to the Shakespeare Canon. Copenhaguen, 1965.

Hazlitt, William Carew, ed. Suppl. Works. By William Shakespeare.1852.

_____, ed. [William Hazlitt.] The Doubful Plays of William Shakespeare. With Glossarial and Other Notes by William Hazlitt. London: George Routledge and Sons, n.d.*



The Shakespeare Apocrypha. 1908.
Criticism
Acheson, Arthur. Shakespeare, Chapman and Sir Thomas More. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1931. Electronic edition URL:

http://www.crosswinds.net/~newa_lopez/html/english/books/shakchap.htm

(5/4/0)


Baldwin, T. W. Shakspere's Love's Labor's Won. London, 1957.

Chambers, E. K. "Plays Outside the First Folio." In Chambers, William Shakespeare: A Study of Facts and Problems. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1930. 1.499-542.* (Sir Thomas More, Edward the Third, Pericles, The Two Noble Kinsmen, Plays Ascribed in the Third Folio, Other Ascribed Plays).

Chambers, R. W. "Shakespeare and the Play of More." In Chambers, Man's Unconquerable Mind. London: Cape, 1939. 204-49. (Note: "The Three Pages of Sir Thomas More and The Merchant of Venice, 407-8.)*

Cunliffe, John W. "4. Early English Tragedy." In The Drama to 1642, Part One. Ed. A. W. Ward and A. R. Waller. Vol. 5 (English) of The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. Online at Bartleby.com (Cinthio, Sackville and Norton, Seneca, Famous Victories of Henry the fifth, Troublesome Raigne of King John, True Chronicle History of King Leir).



http://www.bartleby.com/215/index.html

2012-07-26



Dolan, E. Frances. Dangerous Familiars: Representations of Domestic Crime in England, 1550-1700. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1994.

_____. "Revolutions, Petty Tyranny and the Murderous Husband." In Shakespeare, Feminism, and Gender: Contemporary Critical Essays. Ed. Kate Chedgzoy. (New Casebooks). Houndmills: Palgrave, 2001. 202-15.* (From Dangerous Familiars 88-91, 110-20).

Fleissner, Robert. "Love's Labour's Won and the Occasion of Much Ado." Shakesepeare Survey 27 (1974).

Gamerro, Carlos. "El Cardenio perdido de Shakespeare." Reissued in Magda Díaz Morales, Apostillas literarias 27 April 2007.



http://apostillasnotas.blogspot.com/2007/04/todo-parece-indicar-que-shakespeare-no.html

2007-04-27

García Landa, José Angel. "Cuanto MAS subes..." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 30 Oct. 2012.*

http://vanityfea.blogspot.com.es/2012/10/cuanto-mas-subes.html

2012


_____. "Less Is More." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 8 Dec. 2013.* (Rev. of Tomás Moro: Una utopía).

http://vanityfea.blogspot.com.es/2013/12/less-is-more.html

2013


_____. "Less Is More." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 9 Dec. 2013.

http://www.ibercampus.es/less-is-more-26347.htm

2013


Hormigón, José Antonio. "Eduardo III: una obra de Shakespeare." ADE-Teatro nº 106 (July-Sept. 2005). In Revistas culturales

http://www.revistasculturales.com/articulosLeer.php?cod=389

Howard-Hill, T. H., ed. Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and Its Shakespearean Interest. (New Cambridge Shakespeare Studies and Supplementary Texts). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1989.

Ingleby, C. M. The Shakespeare Fabrications. 1859. (Ireland, etc.).

Lull, Janis. "Plantagenets, Lancastrians, Yorkists, and Tudors: 1-3 Henry VI, Richard III, Edward III." In The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare's History Plays. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2002. 89-105.*

Mabillard, Amanda. "Shakespeare's Edward III?" About.com

http://shakespeare.about.com/library/weekly/aa112400a.htm

McMillin, Scott. The Elizabethan Theatre and "The Book of Sir Thomas More." 1987.

_____. "Casting for Pembroke's Men: The Henry VI Quartos and The Taming of A Shrew." In Shakespeare and the Editorial Tradition. Ed. Stephen Orgel and Sean Keilen. New York and London: Garland, 1999. 397-415.*

Moorman, F. (B.A. London, Ph.D. Strasbourg; Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, U of Leeds). "10. Plays of Uncertain Authorship Attributed to Shakespeare." In The Drama to 1642, Part One. Ed. A. W. Ward and A. R. Waller. Vol. 5 (English) of The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. Online at Bartleby.com



http://www.bartleby.com/215/index.html

2012-07-26

Pearlman, E. "Edward III in Henry V, Iago and the Dialectic of Enlightenment." Criticism 37.4 (1995): 519-536.*

Pollard, A. W., ed. Shakespeare's Hand in the Play of Sir Thomas More. 1923.

"Sir Thomas More (Play)." Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Thomas_More_%28play%29

2013


Tolman, A. H. The Original Version of Love's Labour's Lost with a Conjecture as to Love's Labour's Won. London, 1818.

Wells, Stanley, et al. "Love's Labour's Won." In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 803.*

Wells, Stanley, et al. "Cardenio." In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 3109.*

Whitehead, John. "Vortigern and Rowena—The New Shakespeare." (William Henry Ireland). In Whitehead, This Solemn Mockery: The Art of Literary Forgery. London: Arlington Books, 1973. 20-43.*

_____. "Shakespeare or Bacon or Molière or—Who?" (Calvin Hoffman). In Whitehead, This Solemn Mockery: The Art of Literary Forgery. London: Arlington Books, 1973. 66-73.* (Anti-Stratfordian).

Bibliography


Proudfoot, G. R. "Henry VIII (All Is True), The Two Noble Kinsmen, and the Apocryphal Plays." In Shakespeare: A Bibliographical Guide. Ed. Stanley Wells. Oxford: Clarendon, 1990. 381-404.*

Related works


Swinburne, Algernon Charles. Locrine: A Tragedy. London: Chatto & Windus.

Theatrical productions



Tomás Moro: Una utopía. Dir. Tamzin Townsend. Trans. Aurora Rice and Enrique García-Máiquez. Adapt. Ignacio García May. Cast: José Luis Patiño (Tomás Moro), Ángel Ruiz (el historiador), Manu Hernández (Erasmo). Fundación Universidad Internacional de La Rioja, 2013.*

Shakespeare forgeries
Ireland, William Henry. Vortirgern and Rowena. (Shakespeare forgery). Introd. Samuel Ireland. c. 1795. 2nd ed. 1832.

_____. King Lear. (Forged version). In Miscellaneous Papers...

_____. Fragment from Hamlet. (Shakespeare forgery). In Miscellaneous Papers...

_____. Henry II. (Shakespeare forgery).



_____. William the Conqueror. (Fragment. Shakespeare forgery).

_____. Miscellaneous Papers and Legal Instruments under the hand and seal of William Shakespeare... (Folio). 1795.


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