A Companion to Shakespeare`s Works
A four volume work offers offers current research in Shakespeare studies, examining all of Shakespeare`s plays and major poems from varied critical perspectives.
1. The Writing of History in Shakespeare s England: Ivo Kamps.
2. Shakespeare and Contemporary Dramatists of History: Richard Helgerson.
3. Censorship and the Problems with History in Shakespeares England: Cyndia Susan Clegg.
4. Nation Formation and the English History Plays: Patricia A. Cahill.
5. The Irish Text and Subtext of Shakespeare s English Histories: Willy Maley.
6. Theories of Kingship in Shakespeare s England: William C. Carroll.
7. To beguile the time, Look like the time: Contemporary Film.
Versions of Shakespeare s Histories: Peter J. Smith.
8. The Elizabethan History Play: A True Genre? Paulina Kewes.
9. Damned Commotion: Riot and Rebellion in Shakespeares Histories: James Holstun.
10. Manliness Before Individualism: Masculinity, Effeminacy, and Homoerotics in Shakespeare s History Plays: Rebecca Ann Bach.
11. French Marriages and the Protestant Nation in Shakespeares: History Plays: Linda Gregerson.
12. The First Tetralogy in Performance: Ric Knowles.
13. The Second Tetralogy: Performance as Interpretation: Lois Potter.
14. 1 Henry VI: David Bevington.
15. Suffolk and the Pirates: Disordered Relations in Shakespeare s Henry VI: Thomas Cartelli.
16. Vexed Relations: Family, State, and the Uses of Women in 3 Henry VI: Kathryn Schwarz.
17. The power of hope An Early Modern Reader of Richard III: James Siemon.
18. King John: Virginia Mason Vaughan.
19. The Kings Melting Body: Richard II: Lisa Hopkins.
20. 1 Henry IV: James Knowles.
21. Henry IV, Part 2: A Critical History: Jonathan Crewe.
22. Henry V: Andrew Hadfield.