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Shakespeare, Co-AuthorA Historical Study of Five Collaborative Plays$

Brian Vickers

Print publication date: 2004

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Shakespeare, Co-Author
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1. Primary Works

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BULLOUGH, G. (1966) (ed.), Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare, vi. Other ‘Classical’ Plays (London and New York).

DEL VECCHIO, D., and HAMMOND, A. (1998) (eds.), Shakespeare, Pericles, Prince of Tyre (Cambridge).

FOAKES, R. A. (1957) (ed.), Shakespeare, Henry VIII (London; rev. edn., 1962).

——— and RICKERT, R. T. (1961) (eds.), Henslowe's Diary (Cambridge).

GABRIELI, V. and MELCHIORI, G. (1990) (eds.), Sir Thomas More, Revels edition (Manchester).

GREG, W. W. (1905), edition of The Elder Brother, in A. H. Bullen (ed.), The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Variorum edition (London) vol. ii.

——— (1911) (ed.), The Book of Sir Thomas More, Malone Society (London); repr. with a supplementary introduction by Harold Jenkins (London, 1961, 1990).

HIBBARD, G. R. (1970) (ed.), Timon of Athens, New Penguin Shakespeare (Harmondsworth).

HOENIGER, F. D. (1963) (ed), Shakespeare, Pericles, New Arden Shakespeare (London).

HUGHES, A. (1994) (ed), Shakespeare, Titus Andronicus (Cambridge).

KLEIN, KARL (2001) (ed), Shakespeare, Timon of Athens, New Cambridge Shakespeare (Cambridge).

LITTLEDALE, H. (1876) (ed.), The Two Noble Kinsmen, Reprint of the Quarto, 1634 (London: The New Shakspere Society).

——— (1885) (ed.), The Two Noble Kinsmen. By William Shakspere and John Fletcher. Edited from the Quarto of 1634. Part II. General Introduction and List of Words (London: The New Shakspere Society).

MCKERROW, R. B. (1905), edition of The Spanish Curate in A. H. Bullen (ed.), The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Variorum edition (London), vol. ii.

MCMULLAN, G. (2000) (ed.), Shakespeare and Fletcher, King Henry VIII (All Is True), Arden Shakespeare, Third Series (London).

MARGESON, J. (1990) (ed), Shakespeare, Henry VIII (Cambridge).

MAXWELL, J. C. (1957) (ed), Shakespeare, The Life of Timon of Athens (Cambridge).

——— (1961) (ed.), Shakespeare, Titus Andronicus, Arden Shakespeare (London, rev. edn.; 1st edn., 1953).

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(p.543) OLIVER, H, J, (1959) (ed,), Shakespeare, Timon of Athens, New Arden Shakespeare (London; rev. edn. 1963).

PETTER, C. G. (1973) (ed), George Chapman and Ben Jonson, Eastward Ho! (London).

POTTER, L. (1997) (ed), Shakespeare, The Two Noble Kinsmen, New Arden Shakespeare (London).

PROUDFOOT, G. R. (1970) (ed.), Fletcher and Shakespeare, The Two Noble Kinsmen (London).

PROUTY, C. T. (1952–70) (ed.), The Life and Works of George Peele, 3 vols. (New Haven.

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WAITH, E. M. (1984) (ed), Shakespeare, Titus Andronicus (Oxford).

——— (1989) (ed.), Shakespeare, The Two Noble Kinsmen (Oxford).

WILSON, J. D. (1948) (ed), Shakespeare, Titus Andronicus (Cambridge).

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BAKER, H. (1939) Induction to Tragedy: A. Study in a Development of Form in ‘Gorboduc’, ‘The Spanish Tragedy’ and ‘Titus Andronicus’ (Baton Rouge, La.; New York, 1965).

BALD, R. C. (1931) ‘Addition III of Sir Thomas More’, RES 7: 67–9.

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BARKER, R. H. (1945) ‘The Authorship of The Second Maiden's Tragedy and The Revenger's Tragedy’, Shakespeare Association Bulletin, 20: 51–62, 121–33.

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——— (1986) The Professions of Dramatist and Player in Shakespeare's Time 1590–1642 (Princeton).

BLAYNEY, P. (1972) ‘The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore Re-examined’, SP 69: 167–91.

BOLTON, J. S. G. (1929) ‘The Authentic Text of Titus Andronicus’, PMLA 44: 765–88.

——— (1933) ‘Titus Andronicus: Shakespeare at Thirty’, SP 30: 208–24.

BOWERS, F. (1989a) (ed.), The Dramatic Works in the Beaumont and Fletcher Canon, vii (Cambridge).

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(p.544) BOWERS, F. (cont.) (1989c) The Two Noble Kinsmen: ‘Textual Introduction’, in Bowers 1989a, pp. 147–68.

BOYD, B. (1995) ‘Common Words in Titus Andronicus: The Presence of Peele’, NQ 240: 300–7.

BOYLE, R. (1880–2) ‘On Wilkins's Share in the Play Called Shakspere's Pericles’, TNSS.8: 323–40.

——— (1885) “Henry VIII. An Investigation into the Origin and Authorship of the Play”, TNSS 11: 443–87.

BRADLEY, A. C. (1929) ‘scene-endings in Shakespeare and in The Two Noble Kinsmen’, in Bradley, A Miscellany (London), pp. 218–24.

BRAINERD, B. (1979) ‘Pronouns and Genre in Shakespeare's Drama’, CHum, 13: 3–16.

——— (1980) ‘The Chronology of Shakespeare's Plays: A Statistical Study’, CHum, 14: 221–30.

BRAUNMULLER, A. R. (1983) George Peele (Boston).

BYRNE, M. ST CLARE (1932) ‘Bibliographic Clues in Collaborate Plays’, Library, 4th ser., 13: 21–48.

CARSON, N. (1988) A Companion to Heusloive's Diary (Cambridge).

CHAMBERS, E. K. (1923) The Elizabethan Stage, 4 vols. (Oxford), abbreviated as Eliz. S.

——— (1930) William Shakespeare: A Study of Facts and Problems, 2 vols. (Oxford).

CHAMBERS, R. W. (1931) ‘Some Sequences of Thought in Shakespeare and in the 147 lines of Sir Thomas More’, MLR 26: 251–80.

——— (1939) ‘Shakespeare and the Play of More’, in Chambers, Man's Unconquerable Mind (London) pp. 204–49, 407–8; repr. 1952.

CLEMEN, W. (1961) English Tragedy before Shakespeare:The Development of Dramatic Speech (London); trans. T S. Dorsch from Die Tragödie vor Shakespeare:ihre Entwicklung im Spiegel der dramaiischen Rede (Heidelberg, 1955).

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DAWSON, G. (1990) ‘Shakespeare's Handwriting’, ShS 42: 119–28.

DELIUS, N. (1867) ‘Ueber Shakespeare's Timon of Athens’, ShJb 2: 335–61.

——— (1868) ‘Ueber Shakespeare's Pericles, Prince of Tyre’, ShJb 3: 175–204.

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ELLIOTT, W. E. Y., and VALENZA, R. J. (1996) ‘And Then There Were None: Winnowing the Shakespeare Claimants’, CHum, 30: 191–245.

ELLIS-FERMOR, UNA (1961) ‘Timon of Athens: An Unfinished Play’, in Ellis-Fermor, Shakespeare the Dramatist (London), pp. 158–76; originally in RES 18 (1942): 270–83.

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FURNIVALL, F. J. (1874a) ‘Another Fresh Confirmation of Mr, Spedding's Division and Date of the Play of Henry VIII’, TNSS 1: 24*.

——— (1874b) ‘Mr. Hickson's Division of The Two Noble Kinsmen, Confirmed by the Stopt-line Test’, TNSS 1: 64*–65*.

GRAY, A. K. (1928) ‘Shakespeare and Titus Andronicus’, SP 25: 295–3:11.

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——— (1943b) ‘The Growth of Shakespeare's Vocabulary’, RES 19: 242–54.

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——— (1961) ‘The Shares of Fletcher and his Collaborators in the Beaumont and Fletcher Canon (VI)’, SB 14:45–67.

——— (1962) ‘The Shares of Fletcher and his Collaborators in the Beaumont and Fletcher Canon (VII)’, SB 15: 71–90.

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——— (1971) ‘A Non-Shakespearian Parallel to the Common Mispronunciation of ergo in Hand D of Sir Thomas Mare’, NQ 216:139.

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