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Shakespeares Plays Canonical Plays

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Morgan le Fay
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The Mabinogion
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(Words in Edmund Ironside and in Shakespeare's Canonical Plays
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.
The Claremont Shakespeare Authorship Clinic: How Severe Are the
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.
neither Bacon nor Shakespeare nor Marlowe, with the exception of the clown scenes, which allusions, in a way entirely atypical of the canonical plays.

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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.
Edward III (play) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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.
ShakespeareFlix: Which Shakespeare Plays Do Students Read in

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