Shakespeares Plays Canonical Plays
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- EDMOND IRONSIDE, THE ENGLISH - Shakespeare Oxford Society
- vocabulary of Edmond Ironside with that of Shakespeare's earliest plays, and ... between function word-use in canonical plays and that in Marlowe's Edward II.
- Marlowe's Hand in Edward III Revisited
- scholarly consensus that Shakespeare was responsible for. Act II. The remainder of the play would appear not to be as.
- LOCRINE: A MEMBER OF THE FIRST FOLIO FAMILY
- neither Bacon nor Shakespeare nor Marlowe, with the exception of the clown scenes, which allusions, in a way entirely atypical of the canonical plays.
Suggested Web Resources
- Shakespeare's Canon
- Title, Date Written, Date Range, First Published. The Comedy of Errors, 1590 ? - 1594, 1623.
- Shakespeare's plays - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The plays are here according to the order in which they are given in the First Folio of 1623.
- Shakespeare's Plays: Common Questions about Shakespeare's Plays
- All of Shakespeare's canonical plays (those that are always included in his collected works) have been performed at some time.