Shakespeare's industry / by Mrs. C. C. Stopes
- Stopes, Charlotte Carmichael, Mrs., -1929
- London : G. Bell and sons, 1916.
- Physical Description:
- ix, 352 pages ; 23 cm
- Shakespeare's industry.--Shakespeare's treatment of his originals.--The Hamlet of the story and the Hamlet of the stage.--Hamlet and Macbeth, an intended contrast.--The Scottish and the English Macbeth.--Is Lade Macbeth really a "fiendlike queen"?.--Sir Thomas Lucy not the original of Justice Shallow.--The taming of the shrew.--The Kenilworth festivities.--The midsummer night's dream.--Captain Cox's "Booke of fortune".--The Italian and English Books of fortune.--Elizabethan stage scenery.--The earliesrt official record of Shakespeare's name.--The introduction of Shakespeare to Queen Elizabeth.--Shakespeare and war.--Shakespeare's legal transactions.--Shakespeare, homager of Rowington.--Shakespeare of the court.--The paradise of dainty devices.--The m etrical Psalms and the Court of Venus.--The old and "Newe Court of Venus".--Sir Thomas Wyat and the "Newe Court of Venus".--Terminal notes: List of Scottish kings. The Oxford interlude of Banquo. Quotations from Stewart's metrical history. Sir Thomas Wyat's poems. Echoes.
- "A series of papers, new and old, all bearing to some extent upon our great poet ... The introduction of some of the articles under the title may be criticised."--Pref. and Errata slip.
- Reproduction Note:
- Microform. Dayton, Ohio, National Cash Register, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm. (PCMI collection)
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