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Here are several tools for Shakespeare research. There are two PDF files for download. One is a basic 16 page file of principles, the other is a 120 page document with details and accumulated research from many sources. There is also a suggested reading list and a list of hyperlinks to Shakespeare resources.

Download Full Shakespeare Document (142 pgs)

click here to download file

Atlantic Students download here (24 pgs)

Download Shakespeare Monologues

Shakespeare Recommended Reading

Metamorphosis by Ovid

The Invention of the Human by Harold Bloom

A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare 1599 by James Shapiro

Shakespeare’s Sonnets by David West

Shakespeare’s Sonnets by Booth

Shakespeare’s Words by Crystal

All the Words on Stage by Sheeder

Speak the Speech by Plotkin

Shakespeare in an Hour by Baker

Asimov’s Guide to Shakespeare Vols 1 and 2

Harley Granville Barker’s Prefaces to Shakespeare

Will in the World by Stephen Greenblat

Shakespeare’s Language by Frank Kermode

Shakespeare: the World as Stage by Bill Bryson

Speaking Shakespeare Patsy Rodenberg

The Actor and the Text Cecily Berry

Playing Shakespeare John Barton

Search Google Books for Shakespeare Variorum

Suggested Films and Television

In Search of Shakespeare by Michael Wood (PBS)

Playing Shakespeare with John Barton (BBC) available on eBay
 
Working Shakespeare with Cicely Berry
 
Monarchy (BBC)
 

 

Useful Shakespeare Websites

Complete Shakespeare Texts

Shakespeare Lexicon

www.rsc.org

www.shakespeare.org.uk

www.shakespeares-globe.uk

www.shakespeare.org

Websites Explaining Shakespeare's Rhetoric

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/alliteration.htm

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/allegory.htm                       

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/allusion.htm                       

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/anacoluthon.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/anadiplosis.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/anastrophe.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/antithesis.htm                       

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/antonomasia.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/apophasis.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/aporia.htm                       

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/aposiopesis.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/apostrophe.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/chiasmus.htm                       

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/climax.htm                       

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/ecphonesis.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/meiosis.htm                       

http://rhetoric.byu.edu/Figures/A/asteismus.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/zeugma.htm                       

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/synecdoche.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/spoonerism.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/simile.htm                       

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/repetition.htm                       

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/pleonasm.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/metonymy.htm           

http://www.examples-help.org.uk/metaphor.htm                       

http://rhetoric.byu.edu/Figures/A/apagoresis.htm

http://rhetoric.byu.edu/Figures/S/s yllogismus.htm

http://rhetoric.byu.edu/Figures/C/cataplexis.htm

http://rhetoric.byu.edu/Figures/E/epitrope.htm

http://rhetoric.byu.edu/Figures/S/synonymia.htm

http://rhetoric.byu.edu/Figures/R/ratiocinatio.htm

http://rhetoric.byu.edu/Figures/P/prosapodosis.htm