A selection from the new books in the Library.
14 September 2017
Barton, Anne. The Shakespearean forest. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Pollmann, Judith. Memory in early modern Europe, 1500-1800. Oxford University Press, 2017.
Quealy, Gerit. Botanical Shakespeare: an illustrated compendium of all the flowers, fruits, herbs, trees, seeds, and grasses cited by the world’s greatest playwright. Conceived and illustrated by Sumié Hasegawa-Collins. Forward by Helen Mirren. Harper Collins, 2017.
Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. A performance text adapted by Rober Icke. Edited by Ilinca Radulian. Oberon books, 2017.
Taneja, Preti. We that are young. Galley Beggar Press, 2017.
31 August 2017
Davies, Oliver Ford. Shakespeare’s fathers and daughters. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2017.
Doing Kyd: essays on The Spanish tragedy. Edited by Nicoleta Cinpoeş. (Revels Plays Companion Library). Manchester University Press, 2017.
Dustagheer, Sarah. Shakespeare’s two playhouses: repertory and theatre space at the Globe and the Blackfriars, 1599-1613. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Lamb, Jonathan P. Shakespeare in the marketplace of words. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Shakespeare, William. A midsummer night’s dream. Edited by Sukanta Chaudhuri. (Arden Shakespeare, 3rd series) Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2017.
Long Loan PR 2754.P6
3 August 2017
Barnes, Jennifer. Shakespearean star: Laurence Olivier and national cinema. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Clegg, Cyndia Susan. Shakespeare’s reading audiences: early modern books and audience interpretation. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Mazzola, Elizabeth. Women and mobility on Shakespeare’s stage: migrant mothers and broken homes. Routledge, 2017.
3 July 2017
Coodin, Sara. Is Shylock Jewish? Citing scripture and the moral agency of Shakespeare’s Jews. Edinburgh University Press, 2017.
Hansen, Claire. Shakespeare and complexity theory. Routledge, 2017.
Rewriting Shakespeare’s plays for and by the contempory stage. Edited by Michael Dobson and Estelle Rivier-Arnaud. Cambridge Scholars, 2017.
We have also purchased a large number of DVDs of productions from the Festival Theatre in Stratford, Ontario including the 1989 Comedy of Errors directed by Richard Monette and the 2015 Hamlet directed by Antoni Cimolino and also some documentaries including The Building of the Festival Theatre made in 1957.
13 June 2017
The art of rehearsal: conversations with contemporary theatre makers. Edited by Barbara Simonsen. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017.
Eckersall, Peter, Helena Grehan and Edward Scheer. New media dramaturgy: performance, media and new materialism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
Shakespeare on screen: The tempest and late romances. Edited by Sarah Hatchuel and Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Three sixteenth-century dietaries. Edited by Joan Fitzpatrick. Manchester University Press, 2017.
24 May 2017
CD recordings of music and speeches from recent RSC productions including Cymbeline, King Lear, Henry V, Othello and Hamlet.
Documenting performance: the context and processes of digital curation and archiving. Edited by Toni Sant. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017.
Marcus, Leah S. How Shakespeare became colonial: editorial tradition and the British Empire. Routledge, 2017.
Piggot-Smith, Tim. Do you know who I am?: a memoir. Bloomsbury Continuum, 2017.
Smith, Kathleen Kalpin. Gender, speech, and audience reception in early modern England. Routledge, 2017.
11 May 2017
Decamp, Eleanor. Civic and medical worlds in early modern England: performing barbery and surgery. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Dromgoole, Dominic. Hamlet: Globe to globe. Canongate, 2017.
Family politics in early modern literature. Edited by Hannah Crawforth and Sarah Lewis. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
Levy, Eric P. Detaining time: temporal resistance in literature from Shakespeare to McEwan. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
Traub, Valerie. Thinking sex with the early moderns. University of Philadelphia Press, 2016.
27 April 2017
The comedia in English: translation and performance. Tamesis Books, 2008.
Dillon, Steven. Derek Jarman and lyric film: the mirror and the sea. University of Texas Press, 2004.
Miller, John. Early modern Britain, 1450-1750. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
TLS The Times literary supplement: Shakespeare. Edited by Michael Caines. TLS, 2016.
Wells, Stanley. Shakespeare’s tragedies: a very short introduction. Oxford University Press, 2017.
21 April 2017
Shakespeare, music and performance. Edited by Bill Barclay and David Lindley. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Shakespeare, William. The new Oxford Shakespeare: the complete works critical reference edition. Edited by Gary Taylor, John Jowett, Teri Bourus and Gabriel Egan. 2 vols. Oxford University Press, 2017.
The Shakespearean world. Edited by Jill Levenson and Robert Ormsby. Routledge, 2017.
Stuart academic drama: an edition of three university plays. Edited by David L. Russell. Routledge, 1987; repr. 2017.
11 April 2017
Fernie, Ewan. Shakespeare for freedom: why the plays matter. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Jarman, Derek. Derek Jarman sketchbooks. Editd by Stephen Farthing and Ed Webb-Ingall. Thames and Hudson, 2013.
Knopf, Robert. Script analysis for theatre: tools for interpretation, colaboration and production. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017.
Menzer, Paul. Shakespeare in the theatre: the American Shakespeare Center. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2017.
Owens, Rebekah. Macbeth (Devil’s Advocates series). Auteur, 2017.
9 March 2017
Hahn, Matthew. The Robben Island Shakespeare. Forward by John Kani. Introduction by John Battersby. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017.
Ingham, Michael. Stage-play and screen-play: the intermediality of theatre and cinema. Routledge, 2017.
Nordlund, Marcus. The Shakespearean inside: a study of the complete soliloquies and solo asides. Edinburgh University Press, 2017.
Raffield, Paul. The art of law in Shakespeare. Hart Publishing, 2017.
Raw, Laurence. Theatre of the people: Donald Wolfit’s Shakespearean productions 1937-1953. Rowman & Littlefield, 2016.
Tribble, Evelyn. Early modern actors and Shakespeare’s theatre: thinking with the body. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2017.
2 March 2017
Brotton, Jerry. This Orient isle: Elizabethan England and the Islamic world. Allen Lane, 2016.
Fowler, Alastair. The mind of the book: pictorial title pages. Oxford University Press, 2017.
Literature as history/history as literature: fact and fiction in medieval to eighteenth-century British literature. Edited by Sonja Fielitz with the assistance of Wolfram R. Keller. Peter Lang, 2007.
Sixteenth-century Scotland: essays in honour of Michael Lynch. Edited by Julian Goodare and Alasdair A. MacDonald. Brill, 2008.
Woodcock, Matthew. Thomas Churchyard: pen, sword, and ego. Oxford University Press, 2016.
27 February 2017
Biberman. Matthew. Shakespeare, adaptation, psychoanalysis: better than new. Routledge, 2017.
Cockin, Katharine. Edith Craig and the theatres of art. Bloomsbury, 2017.
Shakespeare and hospitality: ethics, politics and exchange. Edited by David B. Goldstein and Julia Reinhard Lupton. Routledge, 2016.
Shakespeare’s Asian journeys: critical encounters, cultural geographies, and the politics of travel. Edited by Bi-qi Beatrice Lei, Judy Celine Ick, and Poonam Trivedi. Routledge, 2017.
24 February 2017
James, Anne. Poets, players, and preachers: remembering the gunpowder plot in seventeenth-century England. University of Toronto Press, 2016.
Reid, Robert Lanier. Renaissance psychologies: Spenser and Shakespeare. Manchester University Press, 2017.
Rutter, Tom. Shakespeare and the Admiral’s Men: reading across repertories on the London stage, 1594-1600. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Sandberg, Brian. War and conflict in the early modern world: 1500-1700. Polity Press, 2016.
Curtright, Travis. Shakespeare’s dramatic persons. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2017.
Murray, Daisy. Twins in early modern English drama and Shakespeare. Routledge, 2017.
The new Oxford Shakespeare authorship companion. Edited by Gary Taylor and Gabriel Egan. Oxford University Press, 2017.
Staging scripture: Biblical drama, 1350-1600. Edited by Peter Happé and Wim Hüsken. Brill, 2016.
Index on censorship vol. 45.01. Staging Shakespearean dissent: plays that protest, provoke and slip by the censors. Edited by Rachael Jolley. Sage, 2016.
Sado tempest. Directed by John Williams. DVD 2013.
Chess, Simone. Male to female crossdressing in ealy modern English literature: gender, performance, and queer relations. Routledge, 2016.
Esleben, Joerg. Fritz Bennewitz in India: intercultural theatre with Brecht and Shakespeare. University of Toronto Press, 2016.
Hailwood, Mark. Alehouses and good fellowship in early modern England. Boydell Press, 2014.
Sack, Daniel. After live: possibility, potentiality, and the future of performance. University of Michigan Press, 2015.
The Spanish tragedy: a critical reader. Edited by Thomas Rist. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2016.
Nunez, Elizabeth. Even in paradise. Akashic Books, 2016.
The Routledge handbook of material culture in early modern Europe. Edited by Catherine Richardson, Tara Hamling and David Gaimster. Routledge, 2016.
Sabatier, Armelle. Shakespeare and visual culture: a dictionary. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2017.
Shakespeare in cold war Europe: conflict, commemoration, celebration. Edited by Erica Sheen and Isabel Karremann. Palgrave, 2016.
Tunstall, Darren. Shakespeare and gesture in practice. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Belknap, Robert L. Plots. With an introduction by Robin Feuer Miller. Columbia University Press, 2016.
The Burley manuscript. Edited by Peter Redford. Manchester University Press, 2016.
Gordin, Jacob. The Jewish King Lear: A comedy in America. Translated by Ruth Gay. With notes and essays by Ruth Gay and Sophie Glazer. Yale University Press, 2011.
Heffernan, James A. W. Hospitality and treachery in western literature. Yale University Press, 2014.
Community-making in early Stuart theatres: stage and audience. Edited by Roger D. Sell, Anthony W. Johnson, and Helen Wilcox. Routledge, 2016.
Lake, Peter. How Shakespeare put politics on the stage: power and succession in the history plays. Yale University Press, 2016.
Patricia. Anthony Guy. Queering the Shakespeare film: gender trouble, gay spectatorship and male homoeroticism. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2016.
Strong, Roy. The quest for Shakespeare’s garden. Thames and Hudson, 2016.
Bloomfield, Jem. Words of power: reading Shakespeare and the Bible. Lutterworth Press, 2016.
Brock, Susan and Sylvia Morris. The story of the Shakespeare Club of Stratford-upon-Avon 1824-2016: long life to the club call’d ‘Shakespearean’. Shakespeare Club of Stratford-upon-Avon, 2016.
Dekker, Thomas, John Ford and William Rowley. The witch of Edmonton. Edited by Lucy Munro. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2016.
Long Loan PR 2742.W3-2016
Griffiths, Paul. Let me tell you. Reality Street, 2008.
Papagiannouli, Christina. Political cyberformance:the Etheatre Project. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Sanders, Julie. Adaptation and appropriation. 2nd edition. Routledge, 2016.
Long Loan PN 171.A33
Shakespeare, William. The new Oxford Shakespeare. The complete works: modern critical edition. General editors: Gary Taylor, John Jowett, Terri Bourus and Gabriel Egan. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Shaw, Sebastian. Memoirs and recollections. Edited by Isobel Montgomery Campbell. Shaw Press, 2016.
Go figure: energies, forms, and institutions in the early modern world. Edited by Judith H. Anderson and Joan Pong Linton. Fordham University Press, 2011.
Lau, Leung Che Miriam and Wing Bo Anna Tso. Teaching Shakespeare to ESL students: the study of language arts in four major plays. Springer, 2016.
Morra, Irene. Verse drama in England, 1900-2015: art, modernity and the national stage. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016.
Walter, Harriet. Brutus and other heroines: playing Shakespeare’s roles for women. Nick Hern Books, 2016.
Woodward, Hobson. A brave vessel: the true tale of the castaways who rescued Jamestown. Viking Penguin, 2009.
Daniel, Drew. The melancholy assemblage: affect and epistemology in the English Renaissance. Fordham University Press, 2013.
The Oxford handbook of Shakespearean tragedy. Edited by Michael Neill and David Schalkwyk. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Pollatsek, E. Shura. Unbuttoned: the art and artists of theatrical costume design. Routledge, 2016.
Schoch, Richard. Writing the history of the British stage, 1660-1900. Cambridge University Press, 2016.
Winston, Jessica. Lawyers at play: literature, law, and politics at the early modern Inns of Court, 1558-1581. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Doelman, James. The epigram in England, 1590-1640. Manchester University Press, 2016.
Guy, John. Elizabeth: the forgotten years. Viking, 2016.
McEwan, Ian. Nutshell. Jonathan Cape, 2016.
Moore, Andrew. Shakespeare between Machiavelli and Hobbes: dead body politics. Lexington Books, 2016.
Radosavljević, Duška. Theatre criticism: changing landscapes. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016.
Coursen, H.R. Contemporary Shakespeare production. Peter Lang, 2010.
Keenan, Jillian. Sex with Shakespeare: here’s much to do with pain, but more with love. William Morrow, 2016.
Long Loan PR 3069.S45
Richmond, Hugh Macrae. Shakespeare’s tragedies reviewed: a spectator’s role. Peter Lang, 2015.
Scaravelli, Enrico. The rise of bardolatry in the Restoration: paratexts of Shakespearean adaptations and other texts 1660-1737. Peter Lang, 2016.
Bath, Michael. Emblems for a queen: the needlework of Mary Queen of Scots. Archetype Publishers, 2008.
British theatre and the Great War, 1914-1919. Edited by Andrew Maunder. Palgrave, 2015.
Christofides, R. M. Othello’s secret: the Cyprus problem. (Shakespeare Now!) Bloomsbury, 2016.
Dekker, Thomas. The shoemaker’s holiday. Edited by Jonathan Gil Harris (New Mermaids). Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008.
Weisser, Olivia. Ill composed: sickness, gender and belief in early modern England. Yale University Press, 2015.
Edmondson, Paul, Kevin Colls and William Mitchell. Finding Shakespeare’s New Place: an archaeological biography. Manchester University Press, 2016.
Höfele, Andreas. No Hamlets: German Shakespeare from Friedrich Nietzsche to Carl Schmitt. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Purkis, James. Shakespeare and manuscript drama: canon, collaboration and text. Cambridge University Press, 2016.
Smith, Bruce R. Shakespeare/cut: rethinking cutwork in an age of distraction. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Wells, Stanley. Shakespeare on page and stage: selected essays. Edited by Paul Edmondson. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Tyler, Anne. Vinegar girl: The taming of the shrew retold. Hogarth, 2016.
We have received a kind donation of books on the little-known Polish actress Helena Modjeska:
Chartier, JoAnn and Chris Enss. Gilded girls: women entertainers of the Old West. Twodot, 2003.
Coleman, Marion Moore. Fair Rosalind: the American career of Helena Modjeska. Cherry Hill Books, 1969.
Coleman, Arthur Prudden and Marian Moore Coleman. Wanderers twain: Modejska and Sienkiewicz: a view from California. Cherry Hill Books, 1964.
Collins, Mabel. The story of Helena Modjeska: Madame Chlapowska. W. H. Allen, 1883; repr.2015.
Gronowicz, Antoni. Modjeska: her life and loves. Thomas Yoseloff, 1956.
Imagining culture: essays in early modern history and literature. Edited by Jonathan Hart. Routledge, 2015.
Luo, Yimin. [Sweet swan of Avon: Shakespeare, his life, his plays and his poetry]. In Chinese. Science Press, 2016.
Rethinking feminism in early modern studies: gender, race, and sexuality. Edited by Ania Loomba and Melissa E. Sanchez. Routledge, 2016.
Shakespeare, William. Quejas de una enamorada. Traducción de Miguel Ángel Montezanti. EUDEM, 2016.
Shakespeare, William. Venus y Adonis. Traducción de Miguel Ángel Montezanti. EUDEM, 2014.
Kuzner, James. Shakespeare as a way of life: sceptical practice and the politics of weakness. Fordham University Press, 2016.
Mills, David. To Chester and beyond: meaning, text and context in early English drama. Edited by Philip Butterworth. Routledge, 2016.
Shakespeare, William. [The complete works]. 8 vols. In Chinese. Phoenix, 2016.
Drue, Thomas. The Duchess of Suffolk. Edited by Richard Dutton and Steven K. Galbraith. Ohio State University Press, 2015.
Mendacity in early modern literature and culture. Edited by Ingo Berensmeyer and Andrew Hadfield. Routledge, 2016.
Van Oort, Richard. Shakespeare’s big men: tragedy and the problem of resentment. University of Toronto Press, 2016.
Vickers, Sir Brian. The one King Lear. Harvard University Press, 2016.
Burnell, Henry. Landgartha: a tragie-comedy. Edited with an introduction and note by Deana Rankin. Four Courts Press, 2013.
Designers’ Shakespeare. Edited by John Russell Brown and Stephen Di Benedetto. Routledge, 2016.
Hopkins, Lisa. Shakespearean allusion in crime fiction: DCI Shakespeare. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Theater in Böhmen, Mähren und Schlesien. Von den Anfängen bis zum Ausgang des 18. Jahrhunderts. Ein Lexikon. Edited by Alena Jakubcová and Matthias J. Pernerstorfer. Ӧsterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, 2013.
Karim-Cooper, Farah. The hand on the Shakespearean stage: gesture, touch and the spectacle of dismemberment. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2016.
Shakespeare,William. The cut Shakespeare. Edited by Steve Gooch with a forward by Oliver Ford Davies. 6 vols. Steve Gooch, 2006-2008.
Shakespeare and space: theatrical explorations of the spatial paradigm. Edited by Ina Habermann and Michelle Witen. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Sheerin, Brian. Desire of credit in early modern theory and drama: commerce, poesy, and the profitable imagination. Routledge, 2016.
Dictionary of literary biography: William Shakespeare, a documentary volume. Edited by Catherine Loomis. Gale, 2002.
REF qPR 2893
Disgust in early modern English literature. Edited by Natalie K. Eschenbaum and Barbara Correll. Routledge, 2016.
Fernie, Ewan and Simon Palfrey. Macbeth, Macbeth. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
Karremann, Isabel. The drama of memory in Shakespeare’s history plays. Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Shakespeare and consciousness. Edited by Paul Budra and Clifford Werier. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Dutton, Richard. Shakespeare, court dramatist. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Huebert, Ronald. Privacy in the age of Shakespeare. University of Toronto Press, 2016.
McGavin John J. and Greg Walker. Imagining spectatorship: from the mysteries to the Shakespearean stage. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Shakespeare in ten acts. Edited by Gordon McMullan and Zoë Wilcox. British Library, 2016.
Crystal, David. The Oxford dictionary of original Shakespearean pronunciation. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Ney, Charles. Directing Shakespeare in America: current practices. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2016.
Palfrey, Simon and Emma Smith. Shakespeare’s dead. Bodleian Library, 2016.
Shakespeare jubilees: 1769-2014. Edited by Christa Jansohn and Dieter Mehl. LIT, 2015.
Thirlwell, Angela. Rosalind: a biography of Shakespeare’s immortal heroine. Oberon Books, 2016.
Conkie, Rob. Writing performative Shakespeares: new forms for performance criticism. Cambridge University Press, 2016.
A cultural history of gardens in the Renaissance. Edited by Elizabeth Hyde. Bloomsbury, 2015.
Hodgdon, Barbara. Shakespeare, performance and the archive. Routledge, 2016.
Shakespeare, William. Hamlet, who’s there? Adapted by Kelly Hunter. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016.
Shakespeare on screen: the Roman plays. Edited by Sarah Hatchuel and Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin. Universités de Rouen et du Havre, 2009.
Heralds and heraldry in Shakespeare’s England. Edited by Nigel Ramsay. Shaun Tyas, 2014.
Sullivan, Erin. Beyond melancholy: sadness and selfhood in Renaissance England. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Thomas Mann and Shakespeare: something rich and strange. Edited by Tobias Döring and Ewan Fernie. (New Directions in German studies vol.14). Bloomsbury, 2015.
Bate, Jonathan. Ted Hughes: the unauthorised life. William Collins, 2015.
Bearman, Robert. Shakespeare’s money: how much did he make and what did this mean? Oxford University Press, 2016.
Kerrigan, John. Shakespeare’s binding language. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Rumbold, Kate. Shakespeare and the eighteenth-century novel: cultures of quotation from Samuel Richardson to Jane Austen. Cambridge University Press, 2016.
Smith, Emma. Shakespeare’s First Folio: four centuries of an iconic book. Oxford University Press, 2016.
Stirling, Simon Andrew. Shakespeare’s bastard: the life of Sir William Davenant. The History Press, 2016.
The Library has bought a set of the latest Oxford School Shakespeare texts edited by Roma Gill including:
Shakespeare, William. Antony and Cleopatra. Edited by Roma Gill. (Oxford School Shakespeare). Oxford University Press, 2013.
Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. Edited by Roma Gill. (Oxford School Shakespeare). Oxford University Press, 2009.
Shakespeare, William. The winter’s tale. Edited by Roma Gill. (Oxford School Shakespeare). Oxford University Press, 2013.
Craig, Leon Harold. The philosopher’s English king: Shakespeare’s Henriad as political philosophy. University of Rochester Press, 2015.
Dixon, Thomas. Weeping Britannia: portrait of a nation in tears. Oxford University Press, 2015.
Hooks, Adam G. Selling Shakespeare: biography, bibliography, and the book trade. Cambridge University Press, 2016.
Jacobson, Howard. Shylock is my name. Hogarth, 2016.
On Shakespeare’s sonnets: a poets’ celebration. Edited by Hannah Crawforth and Elizabeth Scott-Bauman. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2016.
Johnson, Bonnie Lander. Chastity in early Stuart literature and culture. Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Bhardwaj, Vishal. Haider: the original screenplay with English translation. Harper Collins, 2014. [Together with Maqbool and Omkara].
Simons, Joseph. Jesuit theater Englished: five tragedies of Joseph Simons. Edited by Louis J. Oldani and Philip C. Fischer. Institute of Jesuit Sources, 1989.
Pringle, Roger. Portrait of a Stratford year. Illustrated by Arthur Keene. Celandine Press, 1985.
Winterson, Jeanette. The gap of time: The winter’s tale retold. Hogarth, 2015.
Manley, Lawrence and Sally-Beth MacLean. Lord Strange’s Men and their plays. Yale University Press, 2014.
Ref. PR 623
Stegner, Paul, D. Confession and memory in early modern English literature: penitential remains. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Parvini, Neema. Shakespeare and cognition: thinking fast and slow through character. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Records of English court music. 9 volumes. Calendared and edited by Andrew Ashbee. Ashgate, 1996.
Cohen, Robert. Shakespeare on theatre: a critical look at his theories and practices. Routledge, 2015.
Shakespeare: 450 anos. Régis Augustus Bars, Ronaldo Marin, org. Cena IV-Institute, 2015.
Leicester Cathedral. Service of compline/ reinterment/ reveal of the tomb for the remains of King Richard III by the grace of God King of England and France and Lord of Ireland. Leicester Cathedral, 2015.
Mazer, Cary M. Double Shakespeares: emotional-realist acting and contemporary performance. Fairleigh Dickinson, 2015.
This week a selection of books by Shakespeare Institute alumni.
We have acquired several plays from the Penguin Classics series with new introductions including:
Shakespeare and emotions: inheritance, enactments, legacies. Edited by R.S. White, Mark Houlahan and Katrina O’Loughlin. Palgrave, 2015.
The two gentlemen of Verona. Directed by Simon Godwin. (Royal Shakespeare Company, 2014). DVD. Opus Arte, 2015. DVD.
Haider (Directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. Reliance, 2014) and Scotland, PA (Directed by Billy Morrissette. Sundance, 2002).
More DVDs added to the Long Loan Collection: Globe Theatre Macbeth, The Tempest and Twelfth Night, Rupert Goold’s Macbeth with Patrick Stewart and 10 Things I Hate About You.
Lots of DVDs are now available for Loan. Titles include Fiennes’ Coriolanus, Branagh’s and Whedon’s versions of Much Ado About Nothing, Doran’s RSC Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, Radford’s Merchant of Venice with Al Pacino and Carlei’s recent Romeo and Juliet.
Galatea. Edward’s Boys. Directed by Perry Mills. Gavin Birkett, 2014. DVD.
Jinks, Dominic and Julian Chenery. Shakespeare 4 Kidz teachers’ pack. Shakespeare 4 Kidz, 2003. qPR 2987
We have also received two new items for the Russell Jackson Archive:
Shakespeare, William. Henry V. Directed by Michael Grandage. Final script. 2013. [Performed at the Noël Coward Theatre, 2013]
Shakespeare, William. Richard II. Directed by Michael Grandage. Rehearsal script. 2011. [Performed at the Donmar Warehouse, 2011]
Carney, Sean. The politics and poetics of contemporary English tragedy. University of Toronto Press, 2013. PR 739.P64
Disability, health, and happiness in the Shakespearean body. Edited by Sujata Iyengar. Routledge, 2015. PR 3069.B3
Ian Ritchie Architects. RSC Courtyard Theatre. Categorical Books, 2006. PN 2596.S7C6
Matar, Nabil. Turks, Moors, and Englishmen in the age of discovery. Columbia University Press, 1999. DS 63.2.G7
A New anthology of early modern Spanish theatre: play and playtext. [Edited by] Bárbara Mujica. Yale University Press, 2013. PQ 6217
OuterSpeares: Shakespeare, intermedia, and the limits of adaptation. Edited by Daniel Fischlin. University of Toronto Press, 2014. PR 2880.A1
Queen and country: the relation between the monarch and the people in the development of the English nation. Edited by Alessandra Petrina. Peter Lang, 2011. DA 355
Shakespeare, William. Shakespeare’s Hamlet: cut to the bone. By Simon Rae. Top Edge Press, 2004. PR 2807.A25
Simpson, Sue. Sir Henry Lee (1533-1611): Elizabethan courtier. Ashgate, 2014. DA 358.L3
Smith, Daniel Starza. John Donne and the Conway papers: patronage and manuscript circulation in the early seventeenth century. Oxford University Press, 2014. PR 2248
Stanev, Hristomir A. Sensory experience and the metropolis on the Jacobean stage (1603-1625). Ashgate, 2014. PR 678.S25
Structures of feeling in seventeenth-century cultural expression. Edited by Susan McClary. University of Toronto Press, 2013. NX 650.E46
Adaptation. Directed by Spike Jonze. 2003. DVD. In AV Room – Long Loan copy available.
Baker, David J. On demand: writing for the market in early modern England. Stanford University Press, 2010. PR 428.A8
Barnes, A. W. Post-closet masculinities in early modern England. Bucknell University Press, 2008. PR 428.M2
Trowbridge, Simon. The rise and fall of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Editions Albert Creed, 2013. PN 2596.5.R6
Women making Shakespeare: text, reception and performance. (The Arden Shakespeare) Edited by Gordon McMullan, Lena Cowen and Virginia Mason Vaughan. Bloomsbury, 2013. PR 2991
Coleman, Terry. The Old Vic: the story of a great theatre from Kean to Olivier to Spacey. Faber, 2014. PN 2596.L7O5
Gaskill, Malcolm. Between two worlds: how the English became Americans. Oxford University Press, 2014. E 162
Shakespeare, William. The Staunton Shakespeare. Edited by Howard Staunton. 3 vols. Cambridge University Press, 2009. PR 2753.S7
Shakespeare on the university stage. Edited by Andrew James Hartley. Cambridge University Press, 2015. PR 3091
Translation and the book trade in early modern Europe. Edited by José María Pérez Fernández and Edward Wilson-Lee. Cambridge University Press, 2014. Z 291
Bunker, Nancy Mohrlock. Marriage and land law in Shakespeare and Middleton. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2014. PR 3069.M2
Callery, Dymphna. Through the body: a practical guide to physical theatre. Nick Hern, 2001. PN 2071.M6
Cull, Marisa R. Shakespeare’s princes of Wales: English identity and the Welsh connection. Oxford University Press, 2014. PR 3069.W3
Estrin, Barbara L. Shakespeare and contemporary fiction: theorizing foundling and lyric plots. University of Delaware Press, 2012. PR 2880.A1
Euripides, Trojan women, Iphigenia among the Taurians, Ion. Edited and translated by David Kovacs. Harvard University Press, 1999. PA 3612.E8
Jackson, Russell. Shakespeare and the English speaking cinema. Oxford University Press, 2014. PR 3093
Lost plays in Shakespeare’s England. Edited by David McInnis and Matthew Steggle. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. PR 658.L6
Murray, Braham. The worst it can be is a disaster: the life story of Braham Murray and the Royal Exchange Theatre. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2007. PN 2598.M87
Olson, Rebecca. Arras hanging: the textile that determined early modern literature and drama. University of Delaware Press, 2013. PR 429.T2
Palfrey, Simon. Poor Tom: living King Lear. University of Chicago Press, 2014. PR 2819
Petit, Lenard. The Michael Chekhov handbook: for the actor. Routledge, 2010. PN 2061
Shakespeare the man: new decipherings. Edited by R.W. Desai. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2014. PR 2910
Valerius Maximus. Memorable doings and sayings. 2 vols. Edited and translated by D. R. Shackleton Bailey. Harvard University Press, 2000. PA 6156.V17
Yakim, Moni. Creating a character: a physical approach to acting. Applause, 1990. PN 2061
Thanks also to the RSC’s Music Co-ordinator, the lovely Richard Sandland, for the following donations:
Henry IV parts I & II: music & speeches from the 2014 Royal Shakespeare Company production. RSC, 2014. CD Coll./ A-Henry
Richard II: music & speeches from the 2013 Royal Shakespeare Company production. RSC, 2013. CD Coll./ A-Richard
The Two Gentlemen of Verona: music & speeches from the 2014 Royal Shakespeare Company production. RSC, 2014. CD Coll./ A-Two
Early modern communi(cati)ons: studies in early modern English literature and culture. Edited by Kinga Földváry and Erzsébet Stróbl. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012. PR 421
Hodgson, John. Mastering movement: the life and work of Rudolf Laban. Methuen, 2001. PN 2075
Moss, Daniel D. The Ovidian vogue; literary fashion and imitative practice in late Elizabethan England. University of Toronto Press, 2014. PR 535.O9
Shakespeare expressed: page, stage, and classroom in Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Edited by Kathryn M. Moncrief, Kathryn R. McPherson and Sarah Enloe. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2013. PR 2987
Tarlinskaja, Marina. Shakespeare and the versification of English drama, 1561-1642. Ashgate, 2014. PR 3085
Anderson, David K. Martyrs and players in early modern England: tragedy, religion and violence on stage. Ashgate, 2014. PR 658.T7
Dolan, Frances E. True relations: reading, literature, and evidence in seventeenth-century England. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. PR 438.L38
Five revenge tragedies. Edited by Emma Smith. Penguin, 2012. PR 1263/F
Garber, Marjorie. Shakespeare and modern culture. Pantheon, 2008. PR 2989
Garrick, David. The private correspondence of David Garrick with the most celebrated persons of his time: now first published from the originals, and illustrated with notes, and a new biographical memoir of Garrick. Edited by James Boaden. 2 vols. Cambridge University Press, 2013. qPN 2598.G3
Ormsby, Robert. Coriolanus. (Shakespeare in performance). Manchester University Press, 2014. PR 2805
Shakespeare and Renaissance ethics. Edited by Patrick F. Gray and John D. Cox. Cambridge University Press, 2014. PR 3007
Soliman and Perseda [1592/93]. [Edited by Lukas Erne]. Malone Society reprints, vol. 181. Manchester University Press, 2014. PR 1261.M2-2014
Starks-Estes. Lisa S. Violence, trauma, and virtus in Shakespeare’s Roman poems and plays: Transforming Ovid. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. PR 2955.O9
Stopes, Charlotte Carmichael. The Bacon-Shakspere question answered. Cambridge University Press, 2010. PR 2939
Challenging orthodoxies: the social and cultural worlds of early modern women. Essays presented to Hilda L. Smith. Edited by Sigrun Haude and Melinda S. Zook. Ashgate, 2014. HQ 1587
Clegg, Roger and Lucie Skeaping. Singing Simpkin and other bawdy jigs: musical comedy on the Shakespearean stage. Scripts, music and context. University of Exeter Press, 2014. PR 658.M8
Stafford-Clark, Max. Journal of the plague year. Nick Hern, 2014. PN 2598.S67
Webster, John. The white devil. Edited by Maria Aberg. (RSC Promptbook). Nick Hern, 2014. [Purchased with funds from the booksale]. PR 3184.W4-2014
Wiseman, Susan. Writing metamorphosis in the English Renaissance 1550-1700. Cambridge University Press, 2014. PR 428.A7
Editing, performance, texts: new practices in medieval and early modern English drama. Edited by Jacqueline Jenkins and Julie Sanders. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. PN 162
Escolme, Bridget. Emotional excess on the Shakespearean stage: passion’s slaves. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2014. PR 658.E59
Keenan, Siobhan. Acting companies and their plays in Shakespeare’s London. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2014. PN 2589
Wilson, Richard. Free will: art and power on Shakespeare’s stage. Manchester University Press, 2013. PR 3024
Balizet, Ariane M. Blood and home in early modern drama: domestic identity on the Renaissance stage. Routledge, 2014. PR 658.D65
Childs, Jessie. God’s traitors: terror and faith in Elizabethan England. Bodley Head, 2014. DA 355
Jackson, Macdonald P. Determining the Shakespeare canon: Arden of Faversham and A lover’s complaint. Oxford University Press, 2014. PR 2875
The Jew of Malta: a critical reader. Edited by Robert A. Logan. Arden Shakespeare, 2013. PR 2666
Matar, Nabil. Britain and Barbary, 1589-1689. University Press of Florida, 2005. DT 197.5.G7
Raven, James. Bookscape: geographies of printing and publishing in London before 1800. British Library. Z 151
Shakespeare and the digital world: redefining scholarship and practice. Edited by Christie Carson and Peter Kirwan. Cambridge University Press, 2014. PR 2976
Theatre and national identity: re-imagining conceptions of nation. Edited by Nadine Holdsworth. Routledge, 2014. PN 2042
Women on the early modern stage: A woman killed with kindness, The tamer tamed, The Duchess of Malfi, The witch of Edmonton. Introduction by Emma Smith. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014. PR 1263/W
Hobgood, Allison P. Passionate playgoing in early modern England. Cambridge University Press, 2014. PN 2590.A93
Laoutaris, Chris. Shakespeare and the countess: the battle that gave birth to the Globe. Fig Tree, 2014. DA 358.R87
Lopez, Jeremy. Constructing the canon of early modern drama. Cambridge University Press, 2014. R 651
Paratexts in English printed drama to 1642. Edited by Thomas L. Berger and Sonia Massai. Cambridge University Press, 2014. 2 vols. PR 651
Warley, Christopher. Reading class through Shakespeare, Donne, and Milton. Cambridge University Press, 2014. PR 428.S6
A beautifully illustrated book published to accompany the exhibition running until 27 April at the Museum of London. The hoard of jewellery and other precious items was buried before the Great Fire of London and remained hidden until workmen uncovered it in 1912 when houses built after the fire were being demolished.
A jewelled scent bottle, a watch in an emerald case (a personal favourite), bodkins, fan handles, seal rings and the emerald and diamond salamader brooch used as the emblem of the collection which survived the fire, this hoard is the largest ever discovered.
Bearman, Robert. The frieze: Shakespeare’s town Stratford-upon-Avon: the historic spine. Drawings by Paul Burley. Stratford-upon-Avon Society, 2013. [Purchased with funds from the Booksale]. DA 690.S92
Bollywood Shakespeare. Edited by Craig Dionne and Parmita Kapadia. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. PR 3093
Eagleton, Terry. How to read literature. Yale University Press, 2013. PN 49
The Stage. No. 6934, April 24 2014. Shakespeare 450th special issue. pPN 2001.S65
Articles and interviews featuring the RSC’s current productions of Henry IV, items from The Globe, etc.
Culpeper, Jonathan and Merja Kytö. Early modern English dialogues: spoken interaction as writing. Cambridge University Press, 2010. P 302.5
Grogan, Jane. The Persian in English Renaissance writing, 1549-1622. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.PR 428.A75
Revisiting the tempest: the capacity to signify. Edited by Silvia Bigliazzi and Lisanna Calvi. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. PR 2833
Tittler, Robert. Townspeople and nation: English urban experiences, 1540-1640. Stanford University Press, 2001. HT 133
Wilcox, Helen. 1611: authority, gender and the word of early modern England. John Wiley, 2014. PR 421
Chartier, Roger. Cardenio between Cervantes and Shakespeare: the story of a lost play. Polity Press, 2013. PR 2873.C2
John Nichols’s The progresses and public processions of Queen Elizabeth I. General editors: Elizabeth Goldring, Faith Eales, Elizabeth Clarke, Jayne Elisabeth Archer. 5 vols. Oxford University Press, 2014. DA 356
The Oxford handbook of the Georgian theatre, 1737-1832. Edited by Julia Swindells and David Francis Taylor. Oxford University Press, 2014. PN 2593
Quiring, Björn. Shakespeare’s curse: the aporias of ritual exclusion in early modern royal drama. Routledge, 2014. PR 3028
Harris, Tim. Rebellion: Britain’s first Stuart kings, 1567-1642. Oxford University Press, 2014. DA 390
Kahan, Jeffrey. Shakespiritualism: Shakespeare and the occult, 1850-1950. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. PR 2969
Knowles, Katie. Shakespeare’s boys: a cultural history. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. PR 2992.B6
Munro, Lucy. Archaic style in English literature, 1590-1674. Cambridge University Press, 2013. PR 428.L3
Blayney, Peter W. M. The Stationers’ company and the printers of London 1501-1557. 2 vols. Cambridge University Press, 2013. Z 120
Bucholz, Robert and Newton Key. Early modern England 1485-1714: a narrative history.2nd edition. Blackwell, 2009. DA 300
Putz, Adam. The Celtic revival in Shakespeare’s wake: appropriation and cultural politics in Ireland, 1867-1922. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. PR 2971.I65
Semler Liam. Teaching Shakespeare and Marlowe: learning versus the system. Bloomsbury, 2013. PR 2987
Sources and debates in English history 1485-1714. Edited by Newton Key and Robert Bucholz. Blackwell, 2009. DA 310
Hamlet: The Making of a Monologue by Robert Wilson (new DVD)
Bonczek, Rose Burnett and David Storck. Ensemble theatre making: a practical guide. Routledge, 2013. PN 2193.E67
Cambers, Andrew. Godly reading: print, manuscript and Puritanism in England, 1580-1720. Cambridge University Press, 2011. BR 756
Cooper, Tarnya. Elizabeth I and her people. [Exhibition catalogue]. National Portrait Gallery, 2013. qND 1314.2
Lin, Erika T. Shakespeare and the materiality of performance. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. PR 3095
Loftis, Sonia Freeman. Shakespeare’s surrogates: rewriting Renaissance drama. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. PR 2880.A1
Renaissance Shakespeare/Shakespeare Renaissances: Proceedings of the Ninth World Shakespeare Congress. Edited by Martin Procházka et al. University of Delaware Press, 2013. PR 2890 R
Burt, Richard and Julian Yates. What’s the worst thing you can do to Shakespeare? Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. PR 2976
Dickson, Vernon Guy. Emulation on the Shakespearean stage. Ashgate, 2013. PR 658.I38
Passions and subjectivity in early modern culture. Edited by Brian Cummings and Freya Sierhuis. Ashgate, 2013. PR 428.P76
Waterborne pageants and festivities in the Renaissance: Essays in honour of J. R. Mulryne. Edited by Margaret Shewring and Linda Briggs. Ashgate, 2013. PN 3220
White, Gareth. Audience participation in theatre: aesthetics of the invitation. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. PN 2193.A8
New in the SI Library this week items purchased with funds raised at SIL book sales!
10 January 2014
Some interesting additions to the collections this week including adaptations of Shakespeare’s works to support the new Shakespeare and Creativity course.
Caesar must die. Directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani. 2012. DVD.
Much ado about nothing. Directed by Joss Whedon. 2013. DVD.