TH373: Shakespeare's Theatre

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1. Required Texts

1.1. The Shakespearean Stage: 1574-1642

1.2. Playgoing in Shakespeare's London

1.3. Doctor Faustus and Other Plays

1.4. Hamlet

1.5. Macbeth

1.6. The Taming of the Shrew

1.7. The Duchess of Malfi

2. Books

2.1. Online Catalog

2.2. Twentieth century interpretations of Doctor Faustus : a collection of critical essays.

2.3. Shakespeare

2.3.1. Shakespeare's Lives

2.3.2. The Taming of the Shrew

2.3.3. Shakespeare : a bibliographical guide

2.3.4. The Cambridge companion to Shakespeare studies

2.3.5. Hamlet

2.3.6. Macbeth

2.3.7. William Shakespeare: his world, his work, his influence

2.3.8. A Companion to Shakespeare's Work

2.4. John Webster

2.4.1. The Duchess of Malfi

2.5. Christopher Marlow

2.6. Elizabethan Theatre

2.6.1. Stages of play : Shakespeare's theatrical energies in Elizabethan performance /

2.6.2. Shakespeare at the Globe, 1599-1609

2.6.3. The profession of player in Shakespeare's time, 1590-1642

2.6.4. The Shakespearean stage, 1574-1642 /

2.6.5. the Elizabethan Stage

2.6.6. Elizabethan-Jacobean Drama: The Theatre in Its Time

2.6.7. Playgoing in Shakespeare's London

2.7. Elizabethan Culture & Drama

2.7.1. Government Regulation of the Elizabethan Drama

2.7.2. The Enchanted Glass: The Elizabethan Mind in Literature

2.7.3. The Elizabethan World Picture

2.7.4. Understanding Shakespeare's England: A Companion for the American Reader

2.8. Gender in Elizabethan Times

2.8.1. Women in Power in the Early Modern Drama

2.8.2. The Woman's Part: Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare

2.8.3. Gender and literacy on stage in early modern England /

2.9. Tutorial: Google Books

3. Journals

3.1. The Hare Online

3.2. Shakespeare Survey

3.3. Shakespeare Quarterly

3.4. Tutorial: Peer Review Online

4. Databases

4.1. JSTOR

4.2. MLA International Bibliography

4.3. Literature Resource Center

4.4. Academic Search Premier

4.5. Tutorial: Academic Search Premier

5. Internet Resources

5.1. Tutorial: Search Engines

5.2. Tutorial: Evaluating Websites

5.3. Hamlet on the Ramparts

5.4. Maps

5.4.1. The Map of Early Modern London

5.5. Synopses

5.5.1. Shakespeare's Work

5.5.2. PlayShakespeare.com

5.6. Pictures

5.6.1. Folger Shakespeare Library

5.6.2. Furness Theatrical Image Collection

5.6.3. Finding Shakespeare

5.7. Shakespeare Background

5.7.1. Shakespeareans.org

5.7.2. William Shakespeare's Small Latine and Lesse Greeke

5.7.3. British Library: Touchstone Shakespeare Research Tool

5.8. Primary Sources

5.8.1. Theatre

5.8.1.1. The Horace Howard Furness Shakespeare Library

5.8.1.2. Internet Shakespeare Editions

5.8.1.3. MIT Shakespeare Project

5.8.2. Quartos

5.8.2.1. British Library: Shakespeare in Quarto

5.8.2.2. Rare Book Room: The Quartos of William Shakespeare

5.8.2.3. The Shakespeare Quartos Archive

5.9. Works

5.9.1. Henslowe-Allen Digitization Project

5.9.2. OpenShakespeare

6. Reference

6.1. Shakespeare

6.1.1. Tutorial: Reference Material

6.1.2. The reader's encyclopedia of Shakespeare

6.1.3. The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare

6.1.4. The eloquent Shakespeare : a pronouncing dictionary for the complete dramatic works with notes to untie the modern tongue

6.1.5. Shakespeare A to Z

6.2. Online

6.2.1. Oxford English Dictionary

6.2.2. Encyclopedia Britannica Online

6.2.3. Tutorial: Google Scholar

6.3. British Literature

6.3.1. The Oxford Encyclopedia to British Literature

6.3.2. Cambridge Guide to English Literature

6.3.3. Concise Dictionary of British Literary Biography: Writers of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance

6.4. Theatre

6.4.1. A Dictionary of Stage Directions in English Drama, 1580-1642