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Each record display
contains several types of information: Some information identifies the
item (title, author, etc), some aids in locating the item (call number)
and some classifies the item (subject headings). Click the subject links
attached to individual records of interest to obtain similar items.
Library Resources: Encyclopedia, Dictionaries, etc.
|The Concise Oxford Companion to the Theatre|
|Oxford Companion to Shakespeare. Michael Dobson, ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001. REF PR 2892 .094 2001.|
|The Oxford Shakespeare via Bartleby|
|The Harvard Concordance to Shakespeare. Marvin Spivack Cambridge, MA: Harvard U.P. 1973
REF PR 2892.S62.
|Bartleby.com: The Shakespeare Collection|
|Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare. Geoffrey Bullogh, ed. 8 vols. London: Routledge, New York Columbia U.P. 1957-1975
REF PR2952.5 .B8 Vols 1-8.
|The Bartleby Shakespeare Page|
Best Databses Choices
|Select these databases for information specifically about Shakespeare and his works.|
|The Complete Works of William Shakespeare|
|Shakespearean Prompt-Books of the Seventeenth Century|
|While not focused exclusively on the Bard, choose these databases for extensive coverage of Shakespeare|
|Modern Language Association (MLA)|
|Gale Literary Resources|
|Here are a few selected web pages dealing with William Shakespeare and his works.|
|Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet|
|Shakespeare's Life and Times|
|The Librarians Index to the Internet|
|Folgers Shakespeare Library|
October 27 2005