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Introduction to Literary Study: Shakespeare

Sources for literary study on an advanced level for both graduates and undergraduates.

More Shakespearean Sources

Book Series from Gale (Cengage)

Shakespearean Criticism : Excerpts from the Criticism of William Shakespeare's Plays and Poetry, from the First Published Appraisals to Current Evaluations. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Co., 1984. Print.  ALEX REF PR2965.S43 v.1-v.29 1984-1996; CAMDEN REF PR2965 S43 v.1-v.19 1984-1991; DANA REF PR2965.S43 v.1-v.19 1984-1991; DGLSS REF PR2965.S43 v.1-v.14


Selected Periodicals about Shakespeare and Shakespearean Criticism in the Rutgers System--all are indexed in the MLA International Bibliography


Shakespeare Bulletin

The Shakespeare Newsletter

Shakespeare Quarterly

Shakespeare Studies


Additional Resources


See also Kevin Mulcahy's fine page on the Renaissance and 17th Century sources for more sources on Shakespeare and other writers of the era.

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