Shakespeare

Busse Library provides these websites and titles for students and faculty seeking Shakespearean resources. Books listed here are a sampling available in the library and elsewhere.

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Gateways to Shakespeare -- Biographical and Renaissance England Resources -- Locations and Landmarks -- Associations, Societies, and Organizations -- Publications and Journals -- Online Exhibits -- Online Texts: Poems and Plays -- The Authoring Debate -- Films -- Teaching Aids -- Criticism -- Festivals -- Performance -- Just for Fun -- Busse Library Resources

Gateways to Shakespeare


Biographical and Renaissance England Resources


Locations and Landmarks


Associations, Societies, and Organizations


Publications and Journals


Online Exhibits


Online Texts: Poems and Plays


The Authoring Debate


Films


Teaching Aids


Criticism


Festivals


Performance


Just For Fun


Busse Library Resources

  • Borgeson, Jess. The Reduced Shakespeare Company's the complete works / c1994. PR2879. B67 1994
  • Boyce, Charles. Shakespeare A to Z : the essential reference to his / c1990. PR2892. B69 1990, Ref
  • Campbell, Oscar James. The reader's encyclopedia of Shakespeare / [1966]. PR2892. C3, Ref
  • Davis, James E. Teaching Shakespeare today: practical approaches / c1993. PR2987. T37 1993
  • Films for the Humanities. Shakespeare and the Globe/ 1986. PR2890. S52x Video
  • Folger Shakespeare Library. Shakespeare Quarterly. PERIODICALS
  • Frye, Roland Mushat. Shakespeare's life and times: a pictorial record / 1967. PR2893. F7 q
  • Griffin, Alice Sylvia Venezky. The sources of ten Shakespearean plays / [1966] PR1121. G68
  • Marder, Louis. The Shakespeare newsletter. PERIODICALS
  • Nunn, Trevor. Speaking Shakespearean verse/ 1990. Video PR 2995. P522
  • Price, George R. Reading Shakespeare's plays; [a guide for college students] / [1962] PR2987. P7
  • Shakespeare, William. The first folio of Shakespeare / 1968. PR2751. A15 1968
  • Stanley, Diane. Bard of Avon: the story of William Shakespeare / 1992. j822.3 St3
  • Van Doren, Mark. Shakespeare/ 1953 [c1939]. PR2976. V25 1953

 

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