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REFERENCES FOR FURTHER READING

Theatre of Yesterday and To-day (Cambridge, Mass., 1922); Ernest Bradlee Watson, Sheridan to Robertson: A Study of the 19th-Century London Stage (Cambridge, Mass., 1926).
Harley Granville-Barker, Prefaces to Shakespeare (5 vols., London, 1927-48) provides stimulating critical discussion of the plays. An older classic of criticism is Andrew C. Bradley, Shakespearean Tragedy: Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Maebeth (London, 1904), which is now available in an inexpensive reprint (New York, 1955). Thomas M. Parrott, Shakespearean Comedy (New York, 1949) is scholarly and readable. Shakespeare's dramatizations of English history are examined in E. M. W. Tillyard, Shakespeare's History Plays (London, 1948). Lily Bess Campbell, Shakespeare's "Histories," Mirrors o f Elizabethan Policy (San Marino, Calif., 1947) contains a more technical discussion of the same subject.
Interesting pictures as well as information about Shakespeare will be found in F. E. Halliday, Shakespeare, a Pictorial Biography (London, 1956).
A brief, clear, and accurate account of Tudor history is S. T. Bindoff, The Tudors in the Penguin series. A readable general history is G. M. Trevelyan, The History of England, first published in 1926 and available in many editions since. Trevelyan's English Social History, first published in 1942 and also available in many editions, provides fascinating information about England in all periods. Sir John Neale, Queen Elizabeth (London, 1934) is the best study of the great Queen. Various aspects of literature and society are treated in Louis B. Wright, Middle-Class Culture in Elizabethan Eng land (Chapel Hill, N.C., 1935).

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