The Shakespeare Collection

  1. Barber, C.L. (1972) Shakespeare’s Festive Comedy. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  2. Bate, J. (1997) The Genius of Shakespeare. London: Picador.
  3. Bate, J. (2009) Soul of the Age. London: Penguin.
  4. Bate, J. and Thornton, D. (2012) Shakespeare Staging the World. London: The British Museum Press.
  5. Bate, J and Thornton, D. (2012) Shakespeare’s Britain. London: The British Museum Press.
  6. Bickley, P. and Stevens, J. (2013) Essential Shakespeare. London: Bloomsbury.
  7. Braunmuller A.R. and Hattaway, M. (1990) The Cambridge Companion to English Renaissance Drama. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  8. Briggs, J. (1983) This Stage-Play World. Oxford: Opus.
  9. Brown, P. (2012) Shakespeare’s Local. London: Macmillan.
  10. Chernaik, W. (2007) The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare’s History Plays. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  11. Cook, J. (2004) Roaring Boys. Playwrights and Players in Elizabethan and Jacobean England. Stroud: Sutton.
  12. Coyle, M (ed) (1992) Hamlet. New Casebooks. New York: Palgrave.
  13. Coyle, M. (ed) (1998) The Merchant of Venice. New Casebooks. New York: Palgrave.
  14. Crystal, B. (2013) Springboard Shakespeare: Macbeth. London: Bloomsbury.
  15. Crystal, B. (2013) Springboard Shakespeare: Hamlet. London: Bloomsbury.
  16. Crystal, B. (2013) Springboard Shakespeare: King Lear. London: Bloomsbury.
  17. Crystal, B. (2013) Springboard Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. London: Bloomsbury.
  18. Crystal, D and Crystal, B. (2002) Shakespeare’s Words. London: Penguin.
  19. Crystal, D. (2008) Think of My Words:Exploring Shakespeare’s Language.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  20. Davies, A. (1988) Filming Shakespeare’s Plays: The Adaptations of Laurence Olivier, Orson Welles, Peter Brook and Akira Kurosawa. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  21. De Gex, J. (1995) Shakespeare’s Flora & Fauna. London: Pavilion.
  22. Dillon, J. (2007) The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare’s Tragedies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  23. Dobson, M. and Wells, S. (eds) (2001) The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  24. Donnelly, A. and Woledge, E. (2012) Shakespeare: Work, Life and Times. Norwich: Jigsaw.
  25. Dutton, R (ed) (1996) A Midsummer Night’s Dream. New Casebooks. New York: Palgrave.
  26. Eagleton, T. (1986) William Shakespeare. Oxford: Blackwell.
  27. Eede, J. (ed) (2006) A Portrait of England. London: Think Publishing.
  28. Garratt, D. and Hamling, T. (2016) Shakespeare and the Stuff of Life. London: Bloomsbury.
  29. Gay, P. (2008) The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare’s Comedies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  30. Gibson, R. (2013) Teaching Shakespeare. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  31. Greenblatt, S. (1980) Renaissance Self-fashioning: from More to Shakespeare. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
  32. Greenblatt, S. (2004) Will in the World. How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare. London: Pimlico.
  33. Greenblatt, S. (2001) Hamlet in Purgatory. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  34. Greenblatt, S. and Platt, P. (eds) Shakespeare’s Montaigne: The Florio Translation of the Essays – A Selection. New York, NY: New York Review Books.
  35. Hall, J. (1995) Anxious Pleasures. London: Associated University Presses.
  36. Harris, J.G. (2010) Shakespeare and Literary Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  37. Jardine, L. (1996) Reading Shakespeare Historically. London: Routledge
  38. Kermode, F. (2000) Shakespeare’s Language. London: Penguin.
  39. Leggatt, A. (1999) Introduction to English Renaissance Comedy. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  40. MacDonald, R. (2001) Shakespeare & The Arts of Language. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  41. McMullan. G. and Wilcox, Z. (2016) Shakespeare in Ten Acts. London: British Library.
  42. Marshall, G. (2012) Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  43. Palmer, D.J. (ed) (1968) Shakespeare: The Tempest. Casebook Series. New York: Palgrave.
  44. Pritchard, R.E (ed) (1999) Shakespeare’s England. Stroud: Sutton.
  45. Rose, M.B. (1988) The Expense of Spirit. London: Cornell University Press.
  46. Shapiro, J. (2005) 1599. A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare. London: Faber and Faber.
  47. Shapiro, J. (2015) 1606. William Shakespeare and the Year of Lear. London: Faber and Faber.
  48. Shakespeare, W. (2000) As You Like It. Edited by Hattaway. M. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  49. Shakespeare, W. (2005) King Henry V. Edited by Gurr, A. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  50. Shakespeare, W. (2009) King Richard III. Edited by Lull, J. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  51. Shakespeare, W. (2008) Macbeth. Edited by Braunmuller, A.R. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  52. Shakespeare, W. (2003) Othello. Edited by Sanders, N. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  53. Shakespeare, W. (2003) The Merchant of Venice. Edited by Mahood, M. M. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  54. Shakespeare, W. (2013) The Tempest. Edited by Lindley, D. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  55. Smith, E. (2007) The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  56. Smith, E. (2013) Macbeth: Language & Writing. London: Bloomsbury.
  57. Smith, E. (2012) The Cambridge Shakespeare Guide. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  58. Wells, S. (1994) Shakespeare: The Poet and his Plays. London: Methuen.
  59. Wells, S. (2002) Shakespeare For All Time. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  60. Wells, S. and Orlin, L.C. (2003) Shakespeare: An Oxford Guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  61. Wynne-Davies, M. (ed) (2001) Much Ado About Nothing and The Taming of the Shrew. New Casebooks. New York: Palgrave.

Film adaptations and stage recordings

  1. Branagh, K. (1989) Henry V. BBC.
  2. Branagh, K. (1995) Othello. Warner Bross.
  3. Brook, P. (1970) King Lear. Columbia Pictures & RSC.
  4. Cooke, D. (2015) The Hollow Crown: The War of the Roses. BBC.
  5. Czinner, P. (1936) As You Like It. Inter-Allied.
  6. Doran, G. (2014) Richard II. RSC.
  7. Doran, G. (2015) Henry IV. Part 1. RSC.
  8. Doran, G. (2015) Henry IV. Part 2. RSC.
  9. Doran, G. (2015) Henry V. RSC.
  10. Dromgoole. D. (2010) Henry IV. Part 1. Shakespeare’s Globe.
  11. Dromgoole. D. (2010) Henry IV. Part 2. Shakespeare’s Globe.
  12. Elliott, M. (1983) King Lear. Granada.
  13. Godwin. S. (2016) Hamlet. RSC.
  14. Goold, R., Eyre, R. and Sharrock, T. (2012) The Hollow Crown. BBC.
  15. Kurzel, J. (2016) Macbeth. StudioCanal.
  16. Luscombe, C. (2010) The Merry Wives of Windsor. Shakespeare’s Globe.
  17. Luscombe, C. (2015). Love’s Labours Lost. RSC.
  18. Luscombe, C. (2015) Much Ado About Nothing. RSC.
  19. Madden, J. (1998) Shakespeare in Love. Miramax.
  20. Mumby, J. (2015) The Merchant of Venice. Shakespeare’s Globe.
  21. Nunn, T. and Casson, P. (1979) Macbeth. RSC.
  22. Nunn, T. and Hunt, C. (2008) King Lear. RSC.
  23. Olivier, L. (1944) Henry V.  Two Cities Films.
  24. Olivier, L. (1948) Hamlet. Two Cities Films.
  25. Olivier, L. (1955) Richard III. London Film Productions.
  26. Polanski, R. (1971) Macbeth. Columbia Pictures.
  27. Richardson, T. (1969) Hamlet. Columbia Pictures.
  28. Rosemblatt, M. (2010) Henry VIII. Shakespeare’s Globe.
  29. Sichel, J. (1973) The Merchant of Venice. ATV and National Theatre.
  30. Wood, M. (2003) In Search of Shakespeare (Documentary). BBC.
  31. Zeffirelli, F. (1967) The Taming of the Shrew. Columbia Pictures.
  32. Zeffirelli, F. (1990) Hamlet. StudioCanal.