The Hollow Crown: An Introductory Essayby Peter Kirwan

Further Reading and Links

Davies, Serena ‘A chilling end to The Hollow Crown, series two, review’ The Telegraph 21 May 2016
Drakakis, John ‘Shakespeare as Presentist’, Shakespeare Survey 66 2013 177-87
Gaby, Rosemary ‘“The days that we have seen”: History and Regret in Henry IV, Parts One and Two, The Hollow Crown (2012)’ in R.S. White, Mark Houlahan and Katrina O'Laughlin (eds), Shakespeare and Emotions Basingstoke Palgrave 2015 231-9
Kirwan, Peter ‘The Hollow Crown: 1 Henry IV @ BBC’ The Bardathon 8 July 2012
Lawson, Mark ‘The Hollow Crown: as good as TV Shakespeare can get?’ The Guardian 29 June 2012
Livingstone, David ‘Silenced Voices: A Reactionary Streamlined Henry V in The Hollow Crown’ Multicultural Shakespeare 12.27 (2015) 87-100
Lyons, Matthew ‘Review: The Hollow Crown: Richard II’ Matthew Lyons 16 July 2012
Morse, Ruth ‘The Hollow Crown: Shakespeare, the BBC, and the 2012 London Olympics’ Linguaculture 2014.1 (2014) 7-20
Orford, Pete ‘Year of Shakespeare: Henry V on the BBC’ Blogging Shakespeare 23 July 2012
Pittman, L. ‘Shakespeare and the Cultural Olympiad: Contesting Gender and the British Nation in the BBC’s The Hollow Crown’ Borrowers and Lenders 9.2(2015)
Scott, Lindsey ‘Review of The Hollow Crown (directed by Rupert Goold, Richard Eyre and Thea Sharrock)’, BBC Two, 30 June – 21 July 2012’ Shakespeare 9.3 (2013) 108-14
Wray, Ramona , ‘The Shakespearean Auteur and the Televisual Medium’ Shakespeare Bulletin 34.3 2016 469-85
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