Works cited from my upcoming book Shakespeare and the Public Stage

Akrigg, G.P.V. Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1968.

A.B.G., Rev., ed. “The Spending of the Money of Robert Nowell.” Towneley MS. 490.c.13 or G.1401. British Library, London.

Adams, Barry B., ed. John Bale’s King Johan. Princeton, NJ: Huntington Library, 1969.

Alexander, Mark Andre. “Shakespeare’s Knowledge of Law: A Journey through the History of the Argument.” The Oxfordian. Vol 4 (2001): 51-120 (online). 

Altrocchi, Paul. “Bermoothes: An Intriguing Enigma.” Shakespeare Matters. 5.3 Spring (2006): 10-15 (online).

__________. “Searching for the Oxfordian Smoking Gun in Elizabethan Letters.” The Oxfordian. Vol 8 (2005): Shakespeare Oxford

Anderson, Verily. The De Veres of Castle Hedingham. Lavenham, Suffolk: Dalton, 1993.

Andrews, Mark Edwin. Law versus Equity in “The Merchant of Venice.” Boulder CO:  UCPress, 1965.

Anderson, Mark. Shakespeare by Another Name. New York: Gotham/Penguin, 2005.

Andreski, Stanislav. Syphilis, Puritanism and Witch Hunts. New York: St. Martin’s, 1989.

Arnold, Janet. Queen Elizabeth’s Wardrobe Unlocked. Leeds: Maney, 1988.

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Aubrey, John. Brief Lives. Ed. Richard Barber. (1898). Bury St. Edmunds: Boydell, 1982. 

Aune, Mark. “The Uses of Richard III: from Robert Cecil to Richard Nixon.” Shakespeare Bulletin 24.3 (2006): 23-47.

Austen, Gillian. George Gascoigne. Suffolk: Brewer, 2008.

Bagley, J.J. The Earls of Derby: 1485-1985. London: Sidgwick, 1985.

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Barret, John. An “Alvearie” or Triple Dictionarie in Englishe, Latin and French. London: Henry Denham, 1573. 

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Beckingsale, B.W. Burghley, Tudor Statesman: 1520-1598. London: Macmillan, 1967.

Bentley, Gerald E. Bentley.  The Profession of Player in Shakespeare’s Time, 1590-1642. Princeton: PUP, 1984.

Birch, Thomas. The Heads of Illustrious Persons of Great Britain. London: Knapton, 1747-1752.

Blackstone, Henry. Reports of Cases in the Courts of Common Pleas and Exchequer Chamber from Easter Term 1788 to Hilary Term 1796. (Fifth edition). London: Richard Pheney, 1837.

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Bloom, Harold. Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human. New York: Putnam/Riverhead, 1998.

________.  The Western Canon: The Books and School of the Ages. New York: Harcourt, 1994.

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___________. “What happened at Hedingham and Earls Colne? Part 2: The Late Priory of Colne.” Shakespeare Authorship Review. Spring 1971;

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Bradner, Leicester. The Life and Poems of Richard Edwards. New Haven: Yale U Press, 1926.

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Bucknill, John Charles.  The Medical Knowledge of Shakespeare. London: Longmans, 1860. 

Bray, Alan. Homosexuality in Renaissance England.  London: Gay Men’s Press, 1982.

Brooke, Tucker. The Shakespeare Apocrypha. Oxford: Clarendon, 1956.

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Caraman, Philip. The Western Rising, 1549: The Prayer Book Rebellion. Tiverton, Devon: Westcountry Books, 1994.

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_________. A History of Conferences and Other Proceedings Connected with the Revision of the Book of Common Prayer from the year 1558 to the year 1690. (1849). Ridgewood, NJ: Gregg, 1966.

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Chambers, E.K.  The Elizabethan Stage. 4 vols. Oxford: Clarendon, 1923.

___________. William Shakespeare,: A Study of Facts and Problems. 2 vols. (1930). Oxford: Clarendon, 1966.

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Clark, Eva Turner. Hidden Allusions in Shakespeare’s Plays. (1931). Ed. Ruth Loyd Miller. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat, 1974.

___________.  The Man Who Was Shakespeare. New York: Richard R. Smith, 1937.

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Coward, Barry. The Stanleys: Lords Stanley and Earls of Derby, 1385-1672.  Manchester: Manchester U Press, 1983.

Creighton, Charles. A History of Epidemics in Britain. Cambridge: CUP, 1891.

Croft, Pauline. “The Reputation of Robert Cecil: Libels, political opinion and popular awareness in the early seventeenth century.” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society. Sixth Series, Vol. 1 (1991): 43-69.

___________, ed.  Patronage, Culture and Power: The Early Cecils. Studies in British Art 8. New Haven: Yale U Press, 2002.

___________. “Mildred, Lady Burghley.” Patronage, Culture and Power. New Haven: Yale U Press (2002): 283-296.

Crompton, Louis. Byron and Queer Love: Homophobia in Nineteenth-Century England. London: Faber, 1985.

Crupi, Charles W. Robert Greene. Boston: Twayne, 1986.

Curtis, Mark H. Oxford and Cambridge in Transition: 1558-1642. Oxford: Clarendon, 1959.

Daiches, David. A Critical History of English Literature. Vol 1. New York: Ronald, 1960.David, Alfred. “The Ownership and use of the Ellesmere Manuscript.” The Ellesmere Chaucer: Essays in Interpretation. Ed. Martin Stevens and Daniel Woodward.  San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 1997.

Davis, Frank. “Shakespeare’s Medical Knowledge: How did he acquire it?” The Oxfordian. Vol 3 (2000): 45-58. (online)

Davison, Peter. The First Quarto of King Richard III.  Cambridge: CUP, 1996.

Debrett, J. Collins Peerage of England. 9 vols. London: 1812.

Debus, Allen G. The English Paracelsians. London: Oldbourne: History of Science Library, 1965.

___________.  The Paracelsian Compromise in Elizabethan England. History of Science, Widener 185-9, Harvard University, Cambridge 38, MA, 71-97. (online)

Delahoyde, Michael.  “New Evidence of Oxford in Venice.” Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter. Vol 52, 1 Winter (2016): 1, 29-32. (online)

Demers, Patricia. “On First Looking into Lumley’s Euripides.” Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme.XXIII, 1 (1999): 25-42. (online)

Detobel, Robert. “Authorial Rights in Shakespeare’s Time.” The Oxfordian. Vol 4 (2001): 5-23. (online)

___________. “Authorial Rights, Part II: Early Shakespeare Critics and the Authorship Question.” The Oxfordian. Vol 5 (2002): 30-46. (online)

Dewar, Mary. Sir Thomas Smith: A Tudor Intellectual in Office. London: Athlone, 1964.

___________. (1965). “The Memorandum ‘For the Understanding of the Exchange’: It’s Authorship and Dating.” Economic History Review. New series, 17.3 (1965): 476-487.

___________. (1966). “The Authorship of the ‘Discourse of the Commonweal.’” Economic History Review. 2nd series, 19.2 (1966): 388-400.

Dewhurst, Sir John. “The alleged miscarriages of Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn.” Cambridge JournalsMedical History. 28 (1) Jan. (1984): 49-56.

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Duncan-Jones, Katherine. Ungentle Shakespeare: Scenes from his Life. London: Thomson Learning, 2001.

Dunkel, Wilbur. William Lambarde, Elizabethan Jurist, 1536-1601.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 1965.

Dutton, Richard. Ben Jonson: To the First Folio. Cambridge: CUP, 1983.

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___________. “Elizabethan Actors: K-R”. Notes & Queries. Vol 39, no 3 March (1992): 293-303.

Edmond, Mary.  Rare Sir William Davenant. New York: St. Martin’s, 1987.

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Elton, Geoffrey. England under the Tudors. London: Methuen, 1955.

____________. The Parliament of England, 1559-1581. Cambridge: CUP, 1986.

____________. Reform and Reformation: England, 1509-1558. Cambridge MA: Harvard UP, 1997.

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Erickson, Carolly. Bloody Mary. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 1978.

___________.  The First Elizabeth. New York: Summit, 1983.

Erne, Lukas.  Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist. Cambridge: CUP, 2003.

Evans, T.A.R. and R.J. Faith. “College Estates and University Finances, 1350-1500.” The History of the University of Oxford. Ed. T.H. Aston. 8 vols. Oxford: Clarendon, 1992.

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Ewen, David, ed. Encyclopedia of Concert Music. New York: Hill & Wang, 1959.

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Febvre, Lucien and Henri-Jean Martin. The Coming of the Book: The Impact of Printing, 1450-1800. Trans. David Gerard. London: NLB, 1976.

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Fisher, John H. “A Language Policy for Lancastrian England.” Publications of the MLA. Vol 107 (1992): 1168-80.

Fitter, Chris. Radical Shakespeare: Politics and Stagecraft in the Early Career. New York: Routledge, 2012.

Fletcher, Anthony and Diarmaid MacCulloch. Tudor Rebellions. 1968. London: Longman, 1997.

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___________, ed. Henslowe’s Diary: Second edition. (1961). Cambridge: CUP, 2002.

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Fowler, William Plumer. Shakespeare Revealed in Oxford’s Letters. Portsmouth: Randall, 1986.

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Fox, Robin. Shakespeare’s Education: School, Lawsuits, Theater, and the Tudor Miracle. Buchlolz Germany: Laugwitz, 2012.

Frazer, James George. Adonis, Attis, Osiris: Studies in the History of Oriental Religion (The Golden Bough, IV,1890-1915). 3rd edition. New York: University Books, 1961.

__________. The Golden Bough: A Study of Magic and Religion. “The Human Scapegoat in Ancient Greece”: Temple of Earth. 509a.

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Gibson, Edgar C.S.  The First and Second Prayer-Books of King Edward the Sixth. London: Dent, 1910. (online)

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Green, Nina.  “Who Was Arthur Brooke: Author of The Tragical Historye of Romeus and Juliett?” The Oxfordian. Vol 3 (2000) : 59-70. 

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___________. The Oxford Authorship Site:

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___________. Henslowe’s Diary. Part II. London: Bullen, 1908.

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___________. “Henry Carey’s Peculiar Letter.” Shakespeare Quarterly. Vol 56. No 1; Spring (2005): 51-75.

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Hamil, John. “Ten Restless Ghosts of Mantua: Shakespeare’s Specter Lingers over the Italian City; Part II.” Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter. Autumn 2003: 3-6, 18.

Hammond, Anthony, ed. King Richard III. Arden Shakespeare 2nd ser. London: Thomson, 1999.

Handover, P.M. The Second Cecil: Rise to Power: 1563-1604. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1959.

____________. Printing in London: From 1476 to Modern Times. London: Allen and Unwin, 1960.

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__________. Elizabethan Plays & Players. Ann Arbor: U Michigan Press, 1956.

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Hawkes, Terence. Shakespeare in the Present. London: Routledge, 2002.

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Hillebrand, Harold. The Child Actors: A Chapter in Elizabethan Stage History. (1926). New York: Russell, 1964.

Hoff, Linda Kay. Hamlet’s Choice. Lewiston, NY: Mellon, 1988.

Holmes, Martin. Elizabethan London. London: Cassell, 1969.

Hoffman, Calvin. The Murder of the Man Who Was Shakespeare. (1955). New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960.

Hore, Alexander. Eighteen Centuries of the Church in England. Oxford: Parker, 1881.

Horne, David H. The Life and Minor Works of George Peele. New Haven: Yale U Press, 1952.

Hoster, Jay. Tiger’s Heart: What Really happened in the Groatsworth of Wit Controversy of 1592. Columbus OH: Ravine, 1993.

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Hudson, Winthrop S.. The Cambridge Connection and the Elizabethan Settlement of 1559. Durham NC: Duke UP, 1980.

Hughes, Stephanie Hopkins. “New Light on the Dark Lady.” Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter 36.3: Fall (2000): 1, 15.

___________.  “Oxford’s Childhood: What we know and what we don’t.” Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter. 42.1. Winter (2006): 1, 5-11

___________. “Robert Greene: King of the Paper Stage.” Titled “The Relevance of Robert Greene to the Oxfordian Thesis,” published as a pamphlet in 1997.

___________. “Francis Bacon and the Northumberland Manuscript.”

___________.  “George Vertue and Shakespeare’s Face.”

Hunter, R. Thomas. “Shakespeare and the First Earl of Oxford.” The Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter 42.1 Winter (2006): 13-14, 26-28.

Hume, Martin.  The Great Lord Burghley; A Study in Elizabethan Statecraft. (1898). New York: Haskell House, 1968.

Hurstfield, Joel. “Lord Burghley as Master of the Court of Wards.” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society. Vol 31 (1949): 95-114.

Hutchinson, Robert. Elizabeth’s Spymaster: Francis Walsingham and the Secret War that Saved England. New York: St. Martin’s, 2007.

Hutton, Ronald. “Counting the Witch Hunt” (c.1993). Unpublished essay. 

____________.  The Rise and Fall of Merry England: The Ritual Year 1400-1700. Oxford: OUP. 1994.

____________.  “The local impact of the Tudor Reformations.” The English Reformation Revised. Ed. Christopher Haigh. Cambridge: CUP (1987):134-138.

Ingram, William. The Business of Playing: The Beginnings of the Adult Professional Theater in Elizabethan London.Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1992.

Jaffa, Harry V. “The Limits of Politics: King Lear, Act I Scene 1.” Shakespeare’s Politics. Ed. Alan Bloom (1930). Chicago: UC Press, (1964): 113-45.

Janick, Jules. “Stalking the Long Purple.” Horticulture Magazine. Nov. (1977): 28-31.

Jardine, Lisa and Alan Stewart. Hostage to Fortune: The troubled life of Francis Bacon. London: Phoenix, 1999.

Jayne, Sears Reynolds. Plato in Renaissance England. Norwell, MA: Kluwer, 1995.

Jiménez, Ramon. “The Troublesome Raigne of John, King of England: Shakespeare’s First Version of King John.” The Oxfordian. Vol 12 (2010): 21-55. 

___________.  “The True Tragedy of Richard the Third: Another Early History Play by Edward de Vere.” The Oxfordian. Vol (2004): 115-150.

___________.  “‘Rebellion broachèd on his sword’: New Evidence of an Early Date for Henry V.” The Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter 37.3 (Fall 2001): 8-11, 21.

___________. “Shakespeare in Stratford and London: Ten Eyewitnesses who saw nothing.” Shakespeare Oxford Society 50th Anniverary Anthology, 2008. (online)

Jolly, Eddi. “Dating Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” The Oxfordian. Vol 2 (1999): 11-24.

___________. “Shakespeare & Burghley’s Library.” The Oxfordian. Vol 3 (2000) : 3-18.

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Kennedy, Richard. The Woolpack Man

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Leland, John. “Swan Song.” Trans. Dana F. Sutton. UC Irvine: March 27, 2006. (online) 

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