Scholars: Abbott, E[dwin] A. to Axton, Marie

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Abbott, E[dwin] A. A Shakespearian Grammar. Rev. & enl. 1870. ( (Rpt. New York: Dover, 1966.) )

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Adams, Barry B. Coming-to-Know: Recognition and the Complex Plot in Shakespeare. Stud. in Shakespeare 10. Gen. ed. Robert F. Willson, Jr. New York, 2000.

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Adams, Joseph Q. A Life of William Shakespeare. Boston, 1923.

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Adelman, Janet. Male Bonding in Shakespeare’s Comedies. Shakespeare’s Rough Magic: Renaissance Essays in Honor of C. L. Barber. Ed. Peter Erickson & Coppélia Kahn. Newark, Del., 1985. Pp. 73–103.

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Alexander, Peter. Shakespeare’s Henry VI and Richard III. Cambridge, 1929.

Alexander, Peter. Shakespeare’s Life and Art. 1938. ( (Rpt. London: James Nisbet, 1946.) )

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Altman, Joel B. The Tudor Play of Mind: Rhetorical Inquiry and the Development of Elizabethan Drama. Berkeley, 1978.

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Anders, H[enry] R. D. Shakespeare’s Books. Schriften der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft 1. Berlin, 1904. ( (Rpt. New York: AMS, 1965.) )

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Anderson, Ruth L. Elizabethan Psychology and Shakespeare’s Plays. Univ. of Iowa Humanistic Stud. 3.4. Iowa City, 1927.

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Anon. Shakespeare and the New Discovery. Fraser’s Mag. 47 (1853), 246–56.

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Armstrong, Edward A. Shakespeare’s Imagination: A Study of the Psychology of Association and Inspiration. 1946. ( (New ed. Lincoln, Nebr., 1963.) )

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Arnold, Oliver. The King of Comedy: The Role of the Ruler and the Rule of Law in Shakespeare’s Comedies. Genre 31 (1998), 1–31.

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Arthos, John. Shakespeare and the Ancient World. Michigan Quarterly Rev. 10 (1971), 149–63. ((Henry Russel Lecture, 1970).)

Arthos, John. Shakespeare: The Early Writings. 1972.

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Joseph Ashbury. Err. Prompt-book. Dublin, Smock Alley.1670s

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Asimov, Isaac. Asimov’s Guide to Shakespeare. 2 vols. Garden City, N.Y., 1970.

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Avery, Emmett L. (See The London Stage 1660–1800.)

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Axton, Marie. The Queen’s Two Bodies: Drama and the Elizabethan Succession. Royal Historical Soc. Stud. in History. 1977.

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