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Rooting for Macbeth: Parable Ethics in Scotland

Macbeth: A Critical Reader

Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2013

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... and Adrian Streete , ed., Early Modern Drama and the Bible : Contexts and Readings, 1570–1625 ( Basingstoke...

Character, Story and Plot

Shakespeare and the Victorians

Bloomsbury Academic, 2004

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... Beeton and some henchmen. See Adrian Poole , ‘Falstaff’s belly, Bertie’s kilt, Rosalind’s legs: Shakespeare and the Victorian Prince’, SS 56 ( Cambridge...

Dublin Epilogue

Shakespeare and the Victorians

Bloomsbury Academic, 2004

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... See Adrian Poole , ‘Henry James, war and witchcraft’, Essays in Criticism , 41.4 (1991), 291–307....

Introduction

Shakespeare and the Victorians

Bloomsbury Academic, 2004

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... “Shaksperean Show”’ , in Victorian Shakespeare: Literature and Culture , ed. Gail Marshall and Adrian Poole...

The Visual Arts

Shakespeare and the Victorians

Bloomsbury Academic, 2004

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... Marshall and Adrian Poole ( Basingstoke , 2003). One of the most important was Charles Knight’s...

Theatre

Shakespeare and the Victorians

Bloomsbury Academic, 2004

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... in a role that came to seem peculiarly difficult for ‘Northern’ actors in the second half of the nineteenth century: Othello. See Adrian Poole , ‘Northern Hamlet...

The Great Image of Authority

Shakespeare and the Victorians

Bloomsbury Academic, 2004

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... in Victorian Shakespeare: Theatre, Drama, Performance , ed. Marshall and Poole. ‘What a mountain of a man!’ Fanny Kemble exclaimed on first meeting Forrest (quoted by Charles Shattuck, Shakespeare...

Three Novelists: Dickens, Eliot, Hardy

Shakespeare and the Victorians

Bloomsbury Academic, 2004

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... in Victorian Shakespeare: Literature and Culture , ed. Gail Marshall and Adrian Poole ( Basingstoke...

Poetry

Shakespeare and the Victorians

Bloomsbury Academic, 2004

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... (1.5.32–3). (In the quartos the weed does not ‘rot’ but ‘roots’.) See Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, ‘Shakespeare’s weeds’, in Victorian Shakespeare: Literature and Culture , ed. Marshall and Poole. The rhyme...