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REFERENCES FOR FURTHER READING

factual information about Shakespeare is Sir Edmund Chambers, William Shakespeare: A Study of Facts and Problems (2 vols., Oxford, 1930). For detailed, factual information about the Elizabethan and seventeenthcentury stages, the definitive reference works are Sir Edmund Chambers, The Elizabethan Stage (4 vols., Oxford, 1923) and Gerald E. Bentley, The Jacobean and Caroline Stage (5 vols., Oxford, 1941-56).
Although specialists disagree about details of stage construction, the reader will find essential information in John C. Adams, The Globe Playhouse: Its Design and Equipment (Barnes & Noble, 1961). A model of the Globe playhouse made by Dr. Adams is on permanent exhibition in the Folger Shakespeare Library, in Washington, D.C. The architecture of the Globe is treated in Irwin Smith, Shakespeare's Globe Playhouse: A Modern Reconstruction in Text and Scale Drawings Based upon the Reconstruction of the Globe by John Cranford Adams (New York, 1956). An easily read history of the early theatres is J. Q. Adams, Shakespearean Playhouses: A History of English Theatres from the Beginnings to the Restoration (Boston, 1917).
The following histories of the theatre will provide information about Shakespeare's plays in later periods: Alfred Harbage, Theatre for Shakespeare (Toronto, 1955); Esther Cloudman Dunn, Shakespeare in America (New York, 1939); George C. D. Odell, Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving (2 vols., London, 1921); Arthur Calby Sprague, Shakespeare and the Actors: The Stage Business in His Plays (I660-1905) (Cambridge, Mass., 1945); Leslie Hotson, The Commonwealth and Restoration Stage (Cambridge, Mass., 1928); Alwin Thaler, Shakspere to Sheridan: A Book About the

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