the Study and Teaching of Shakespeare
Kathman, David. Dating The
Thekey document for
the Stratfordian theory, Kathman's essay claims that The Tempest
was written between 1610 and 1611, and was inspired by William Starchey's
account of being stranded in Bermuda.
Molthopp, Vulker. Undating
The Tempest. July 24, 1999.
The key document
for the Oxfordian theory, Molthopps' essay attempts to disprove
Kathman's claims, saying the verbal parallels occur throughout Shakespeare,
while failing to address any of Kathman's other arguments.
Kathman, Dave, and Ross, Terry.
The Shakespeare Authorship Page. April 23, 1996.
The main page for
Stradfordian scholars, this site provides a wealth of information
on the Stratfordian theory of authorship.
The Shakespeare Oxford Society
Homepage. < http://www.shakespeare-oxford.com/>
The main page for
Oxfordian scholars, this site provides a wealth of information on
the Oxfordian theory of authorship.
Frontline, the Shakespeare
mystery. 1998, PBS.
PBS program on Shakespearian
authorship, this site provides many authorship links and information
on the authorship controversy.
Insults and Humor
Gereral, Teaching, and
O’Connor, Robert. The Shakespeare
Globe Centre. The University of Sidney. 23 Mar. 2001 http://www.edfac.usyd.edu.adu/projects/sgca/sgca.html
The Shakespeare Globe Centre Australia— seeks to promote Shakespearean
arts and education.
Nguyen, Minh. William Shakespeare.
The University of California, Los Angeles. 28 Sept. 1997. 29 Mar.
The UCLA Shakespeare Reading
and Performance Group, which was founded in 1993, have an interest
in exploring the works of William Shakespeare, through study and
Purchase, Heather. Writings
on the Wall for Shakespeare. London Evening Standard. 30 July 1992.
29 Mar. 2001 http://www.sirbacon.org/links/handwriting1.html.
A handwriting expert has added weight to claims the Elizabethan
author and philosopher Francis Bacon wrote the plays attributed
Shakespeare Society. 23 Mar.
An organization designed to help improve the understanding of
Shakespeare and his works.
Shakespeare Oxford Society.
2001. 23 Mar. 2001. http://shakespeare-oxford.com.
Provides information, resources and bibliographies on the Shakespeare
authorship debate and the claims for Edward de Vere 17th
Earl of Oxford as the true Shakespeare.
Hattaway, Michael. We’re Making
Macbeth. 29 Mar. 2001. http://www.dolphin.org/erik/nethernet/nethertoc.html/
from the Alternative Shakespeare course at the University of Sheffield
teach Macbeth to local children in this media journal.
Shakespeare Festival. Shakespeare Research Articles. 9 June 1999.
23 Mar. 2001 http://orathost.cfa.ilstu.edu/shakespeare/ISFres.html
“A program guides for the Festival always include a number of articles
that relate some way to the plays being performed that year. The
articles range from historical and scholarly analysis to human interest.”
Keig, Alan. Shakespeare Resources
on the World Wide Web. 2000. 23 Mar. 2001. The University of Adelaide
A plethora of sites on the web devoted to Shakespeare.
Shakespearean Links. 23 Mar.
A complete guide to the works of Shakespeare: reference links,
theater links, and movie links.
of the Roses
of Henry VI part 1
of Henry VI part 2:
of Henry VI part 3:
War of the Roses Background
Richard III Society
Richard III Foundation
Richard III Society of
Richard III: A play
for Our Time
Sources: Thomas More
Richard III Museum
Body in Shakespeare's History Page
Richard III on stage and off
Illustrated: Richard III
Reading Guide to Richard III
III Reading Guide (Penguin/Putnam)
III: Summary and note
pages on Richard III
version of Richard III
As You Like It
comparing AYLI to source
Access Indiana Guide to
All Shakespeare's Guide
Rosalind and Stock Dramatic Types
Some famous critical
An article on Crossdressing
to the play
Antony and Cleopatra
A& S page
Carol Oates Page on A&S
the Late Plays as Family Romance: by Gary Waller
& Symbolism: a study of the Tempest