The Shakespeare Association Bulletin

Includes list of members, v. 1, 3-

Author: Shakespeare Association of America

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ISBN: UVA:X004123270

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A Selective Bibliography of Shakespeare

392 Ohio State University Theatre Bulletin . Ohio State U. Theatre Collection , 1954- . [ Occasional studies of Sh interest . ] 393 The Shakespeare Association Bulletin . Ed . Paul Kaufman et al . New York : Shakespeare Association of ...

Author: James G. McManaway

Publisher: Associated University Presses

ISBN: 0918016037

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This bibliography provides easy access to the most important Shakespeare studies in the past four decades. Brief annotations, a detailed table of contents, cross-references, and a complete index make this bibliography especially useful.
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She Hath Been Reading

Shakespeare Association Bulletin 5.4 (1930): 188. 152. Lewiston Daily Sun, 19 April 1927, p. 3. The article mentions Shakespeare gardens in New York City, Cleveland, and Toronto. In Oklahoma City, the local Shakespeare Club sponsored a ...

Author: Katherine West Scheil

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9780801464225

Category: Literary Criticism

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In the late nineteenth century hundreds of clubs formed across the United States devoted to the reading of Shakespeare. From Pasadena, California, to the seaside town of Camden, Maine; from the isolated farm town of Ottumwa, Iowa, to Mobile, Alabama, on the Gulf coast, Americans were reading Shakespeare in astonishing numbers and in surprising places. Composed mainly of women, these clubs offered the opportunity for members not only to read and study Shakespeare but also to participate in public and civic activities outside the home. In She Hath Been Reading, Katherine West Scheil uncovers this hidden layer of intellectual activity that flourished in American society well into the twentieth century. Shakespeare clubs were crucial for women's intellectual development because they provided a consistent intellectual stimulus (more so than was the case with most general women's clubs) and because women discovered a world of possibilities, both public and private, inspired by their reading of Shakespeare. Indeed, gathering to read and discuss Shakespeare often led women to actively improve their lot in life and make their society a better place. Many clubs took action on larger social issues such as women's suffrage, philanthropy, and civil rights. At the same time, these efforts served to embed Shakespeare into American culture as a marker for learning, self-improvement, civilization, and entertainment for a broad array of populations, varying in age, race, location, and social standing. Based on extensive research in the archives of the Folger Shakespeare Library and in dozens of local archives and private collections across America, She Hath Been Reading shows the important role that literature can play in the lives of ordinary people. As testament to this fact, the book includes an appendix listing more than five hundred Shakespeare clubs across America.
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Bulletin

Plainfield , N. J. Shakespeare Association of America , Inc .: Abram S. W. Rosenbach , New York , N. Y .; Samuel A. Tannenbaum , 601 West One Hundred and Thirteenth Street , New York , N. Y. The Shakespeare Association Bulletin . q .

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Bulletin

National Catholic Educational Association ; Northern Baptist Education Society ; Presbyterian Education Association of ... N.Y .; Samuel A. Tannenbaum , 808 West End Avenue , New York , N.Y. The Shakespeare Association Bulletin . q .

Author: United States. Office of Education

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924061145235

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The Shakespeare Newsletter

In a nearby converted building sixty films covering 60 years of cinema The Shakespeare Association Bulletin history were presented in a concurrent season . There was a summer School With Harry Morgan Ayres of Columbia as Chairman of the ...

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Bulletin Bureau of Education

Bulletin . 6 nos . SECONDARY SCHOOLS . See AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF TECHNICAL High SchooLS AND INSTITUTES ; MIDDLE STATES ... 601 West One Hundred Thirteenth Street , New York , N. Y. The Shakespeare Association Bulletin . q .

Author: United States. Bureau of Education

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105126760227

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Literary Research and the British Renaissance and Early Modern Period

Moreana: Bulletin Thomas More (Moreana). Imprimerie Legrand, 1963—. 2—4/yr. ISSN: 0047-8105. www.amici-thomae-mori.com/uk. Oxfordian: The Annual Journal of the Shakespeare Oxford Society (Oxfordian). Shakespeare Oxford Society, 1998—.

Author: Jennifer Bowers

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 0810874288

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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This guide provides the best practices and reference resources, both print and electronic, that can be used in conducting research on literature of the British Renaissance and Early Modern Period. This volume seeks to address specific research characteristics integral to studying the period, including a more inclusive canon and the predominance of Shakespeare.
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Shakespeare Jubilees 1769 2014

The next year saw the first issue of the Shakespeare Association Bulletin, and by 1926 the group had 900 members. That same year the Bulletin produced the first annual Shakespeare bibliography. Only in 195015 did the publication change ...

Author: Christa Jansohn

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 9783643905901

Category: Literary Criticism

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This volume contains a collection of essays on Shakespeare Jubilees around the world, from 1769 to 2014. The contributions range from the elaborate celebrations in Shakespeare's hometown to more modest festivities elsewhere; and from ambitious, theatrical, and politically loaded demonstrations to nationally colored, culturally distinct, and idiosyncratic commemorations. The variety of ways in which geographically distant countries have remembered Shakespeare has never before been the object of a comparative study. The book's essays will throw new light on Shakespeare as a shared international heritage. (Series: Studies on English Literature / Studien zur englischen Literatur - Vol. 27) [Subject: Literary Studies, Shakespearean Studies, Theater Studies]
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A Dictionary of Shakespeare

Shakespeare Gesellschaft The German Shakespeare Society founded at Weimar in 1865. ... Association of America, first published in 1950, succeeding the 165 SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD ShakespeareAssociation Bulletin; it includes articles and.

Author: Stanley Wells

Publisher: Oxford Quick Reference

ISBN: 9780192806383

Category: Drama

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Gathers entries about Shakepeare's life and plays, and actors, operas, and organizations associated with his work
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Educational Directory

Bulletin . 5 nos . Secondary Schools . See American Association of Technical High Schools and Institutes ; Middle States ... 601 West One Hundred and Thirteenth Street , New York , N. Y. The Shakespeare Association Bulletin . q .

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