WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- SHAKESPEARE AND THE VOYAGERS REVISITED. Stritmatter, Roger; Kositsky, Lynne // Review of English Studies;Sep2007, Vol. 58 Issue 236, p447
A two-century critical tradition that the 1609 Bermuda shipwreck literature (Jourdain 1610, â€˜True Declarationâ€™ 1610, Strachey 1625) establishes a terminus a quo for The Tempest is incorrect. Strachey's True Reportory, the only Bermuda pamphlet now thought to have significantly...
- Reviews. Dodd, Sara M. // Review of English Studies;Nov96, Vol. 47 Issue 188, p616
Reviews the book `The Art of the Brontes,' by Christine Alexander and Jane Sellars.
- November, 1888. Howells, William Dean // Editor's Study: A Comprehensive Edition of William Dean Howells';1983, p163
The article presents the issues discussed in the "Editor's Study" section of the November 1888 issue of the magazine "New Monthly." It states that the during the magazine's publication, one of the issues facing the literary world was the criticism on the works of William Shakespeare. The article...
- SOME NEW SHAKESPEARE ALLUSIONS. Kennedy, Richard F. // Notes & Queries;Dec2000, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p464
Discusses some allusions to works of poet and dramatist William Shakespeare. Parallelism between the plays 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' and 'The Massacre of Money'; Words and phrases used in the plays.
- ANOTHER PSALM FOR FALSTAFF. Tobin, J. J. M. // Notes & Queries;Sep2004, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p283
The article discusses the Psalmic allusions in the works of dramatist William Shakespeare. Scholars and critics tend to accept Shakespearean critic D.J. Dover Wilson's suggestion that the "green fields" which Shakespearean's character Falstaff "talk'd"or "babbl'd"of on his deathbed is an...
- SHAKESPEATEAN ECHOES IN CATCH-22. Larsen, Michael J. // American Notes & Queries;Jan1979, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p76
Discusses the literary allusions to William Shakespeare's plays 'Hamlet' and 'King Lear' in the book 'Catch-22.' Comparison between the characters General P.P. Peckem and Fortinbras; Contribution of the allusions to the satiric and bitter tone of the story; Discussion on the idea of ripeness.
- Some Suspect of III: Shakespeare's Sonnets and "The Perfect Mate" Hegarty, Emily // Extrapolation (Kent State University Press);Spring95, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p55
Discusses the use of Shakespearean allusions in the episode `The Perfect Mate' of the television series `Star Trek: The Next Generation' to underwrite repressive and elitist ideological gestures. Verbal and visual references to Shakespeare; Comparison between the female character Kamala and...
- Another bawdy allusion in Hamlet? Edelman, Charles // English Language Notes;Mar1995, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p22
Cites the bawdy allusions in the play `Hamlet,' by William Shakespeare. Osric's testimonial to Laertes' `weapon'; Indecent reference to testicles; Meaning of `hanger' in Malory's `Morte d'Arthur.'
- AN UNREPORTED ALLUSION TO MACBETH. Rude, Donald W. // American Notes & Queries;Sep/Oct1985, Vol. 24 Issue 1/2, p7
Examines the unreported allusion to William Shakespeare's play 'Macbeth' in the satire 'The Petition of the Ladies of London and Westminister to the Honourable House of Husbands.' Aim of the anonymous author of the satire; Significance of the allusion; Subject of the allusion.