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Publications from the project

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Research Bibliography

WordWeb/IDEM will offer contextualized access to research results that have been generated in many different countries and academic communities from the eighteenth century to the present. Here is a list of sources from various fields that have helped us to find intertextual references in early modern plays:

            Literary and cultural studies: sources and reception history of early modern drama
            Shakespeare Studies: sources and reception history of his works
            Annotated Editions: early modern plays and non-dramatic texts
            Further Readings

The oldest books on this list are a Milton edition from 1749 and a Horace commentary from 1751 which point out a Classical Shakespeare reference and a Shakespeare quotation in Paradise Lost, respectively. The most substantial group of books are PhDs supervised by the Strasbourg professor Emil Koeppel (1852-1917), himself an extremely widely-read authority on the sources of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.

Literary and Cultural Studies
Adams, Joseph Quincy Jr. and Jesse Franklin Bradley, eds. The Jonson Allusion Book: A Collection of Allusions to Ben Jonson from 1597 to 1700. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1922.
Anon. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907-21). Volume V. The Drama to 1642, Part One. IV. Early English Tragedy. § 19. The relations between Locrine and Selimus. Quoted from www.bartleby.com/215/0419.html
Aronstein, Philipp. "John Marston als Dramatiker." Englische Studien 20 (1895): 377-396 and 21 (1895): 25-77.
Barnett, George L. "The Glass of Fashion and the Mould of Form." Notes and Queries 185 (1943): 105.
Becker, Hermann Paul. Das Verhältnis von John Marston's "What you will" zu Plautus' "Amphitruo" und Sforza d'Oddi's "I morti vivi". PhD, Halle 1904.
Bednarz, James P. "'Lampatho Doria' as Ben Jonson." Notes and Queries 263 (March 2018): 105-110.
Bendarz, James P. "Was John Marston the first 'Playwright'?" Notes and Queries 261 (December 2016): 547-550.
Bevington, David, Martin Butler and Ian Donaldson, eds. The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson. 6 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Bliss, Lee, ed. Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher. A King and No King. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2004.
Bohm, Arnd. "Wise Blood: Aeneid 3. 22 57 and Marlowe's Doctor Faustus." Notes and Queries 54.3 (September 2007): 248-249.
Bowers, Fredson Thayers. "Ben Jonson the Actor." Studies in Philology 34:3 (July 1937): 392-406.
Bowring, Sir John. "Latin Aphorisms and Proverbs." Transactions of the Royal Historical Society (1872): 82-103.
Brinkley, Roberta Florence. Nathan Field, The Actor-Playwright. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1928.
Burrow, Colin. "Fictions of Collaboration: Authors and Editors in the Sixteenth Century." Medieval and Early Modern Authorship. Eds. G. Bolens and Lukas Erne. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2011. 175-198.
Campkin, Henry. "The Man in the Almanack." Notes and Queries (3 April 1852): 320.
Carver, P. L. "The Mind's Eye." Notes and Queries (10 September 1938): 191.
Cathcart, Charles. "Authorship, Indebtedness, and the Children of the King's Revels." Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 45/2 Tudor and Stuart Drama (Spring 2005): 357-374.
Cathcart, Charles. Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement and Jonson. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.
Christ, Karl. Quellenstudien zu den Dramen Thomas Middletons. PhD [supervised by Emil Koeppel], Strasbourg 1905.
Crawford, Charles, ed. England's Parnassus, Compiled by Robert Allot, 1600. Edited from the Original Text in the Bodleian Library and compared with the two copies in the British Museum. With Introduction, Notes, Tables and Indexes. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1913.
Crawford, Charles. "Bodenham's Belvedere." The Malone Society Collections parts IV and V. Ed. W. W. Greg. Oxford: Oxford University Press For the Malone Society, 1911. 296-306.
Crawford, Charles. "Edmund Spenser, 'Locrine' and 'Selimus'." Notes and Queries (16 March 1901): 203.
Dent, Robert William. Webster's Borrowing. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1960.
Dillon, Janette. Theatre, Court and City, 1595-1610. Drama and Social Space in London. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Duckworth, George E. The Nature of Roman Comedy: A Study in Popular Entertainment. Second Edition. With a foreword and bibliographical appendix by Richard Hunter. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1994.
Erne, Lukas. Beyond the Spanish Tragedy. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2001.
Ernst, Friedrich. The Insatiate Countess, Verhältnis zu den Quellen, Charakterzeichung und Stil. PhD, Königsberg 1913.
Estill, Laura and Beatrice Montedoro. Dramatic Extracts. https://dex.itercommunity.org/.
Faber, Karl. John Wilsons Dramen: Eine Quellenstudie. [PhD supervised by Emil Koeppel]. Wiesbaden: C. Ritter, 1904.
G. G. L. "The Mind's Eye." Notes and Queries (10 September 1938): 191.
Geckle, George L. John Marston's Drama: Themes, Images, Sources. Rutherford et al.: Associated Unversity Presses, 1980.
Greg, W. W. "Notes on the Society's Publications." The Malone Society Collections parts IV and V. Ed. W. W. Greg. Oxford: Oxford University Press For the Malone Society, 1911. 285-295.
Herpich, Charles A. "A Greene-Marlowe Parallel." Notes and Queries 10-6-141 (8 September 1906): 185.
Hibernicus. "The Mind's Eye." Notes and Queries 175:11 (10 September 1938): 191.
Hoffmann, Adolf. Das Psyche-Märchen des Apuleius in der englischen Literatur. PhD [supervised by Emil Koeppel], Strasbourg 1908.
Hohl Trillini, Regula and Sixta Quassdorf. "A 'Key to all Quotations'? A corpus-based parameter model of intertextuality."Literary and Linguistic Computing 2010. http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2010/05/18/llc.fqq003.
Hunter, George K. "The Marking of Sententiae in Elizabethan Printed Plays, Poems and Romances." Library 5.6 (1951-1952): 171-188.
Hunter, William B., ed. A Milton Encyclopedia. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press and London: Associated University Presses, 1978-1983.
Hurd, Richard, ed. Q. Horatii Flacci epistola ad Augustum. With an English commentary and notes. To which is added, a discourse concerning poetical imitation [...]. London: W. Thurlbourn and R. Dodsley, 1751.
King, Arthur H. The Language of Satirized Characters in Poetaster: A Socio-Stylistic Analysis 1507-1602. Lund: C.W.K. Gleerup, 1941.
Kitchin, George. A Survey of Burlesques and Parody in English. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1931.
Koeppel, Emil. "Locrine and Selimus." Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft (1905): 193-199.
Koeppel, Emil. Ben Jonson's Wirkung auf zeitgenössische Dramatiker und andere Studien zur älteren Geschichte des englischen Dramas. Anglistische Forschungen. Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1906.
Koeppel, Emil. Quellen-Studien zu den Dramen Ben Jonson's, John Marston's, und Beaumont und Fletcher's. Erlangen und Leipzig: Deichertsche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1895.
Koeppel, Emil. Quellen-Studien zu den Dramen George Chapman's, Philip Massinger's, und John Ford's. Karl J. Trübner: Strasbourg 1897.
Koeppel, Emil. Studien zur Geschichte der italienischen Novelle in der englischen Litteratur des sechzehnten Jahrhunderts. Strasbourg: Karl J. Trübner, 1892.
Lowell, James Russell. Among My Books: Six Essays. London: Macmillan, 1870.
McCarthy, Dennis. "Sir Thomas North as Sir John Daw." Notes and Queries (September 2007): 321-324.
Murphy, Donna Nielsen. "Locrine, Selimus, Robert Greene, and Thomas Lodge." Notes and Queries 56:4 (December 2009): 559-563.
Murphy, Donna Nielsen. The Mysterious Connection Between Thomas Nashe, Thomas Dekker, and T. M. An English Renaissance Deception? Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
Nathanson, Leonard. "Tamburlaine's 'Pampered Jades' and Gascoigne." Notes and Queries (February 1958): 53-54.
Noyes, Robert Gale. "Songs from Restoration Drama in Contemporary and Eighteenth-Century Poetical Miscellanies." ELH 3.4 (December 1936): 291-316.
Oliphant, E. H. C. "The Authorship of The Revenger's Tragedy." Studies in Philology 23 (1926): 157-168.
Parr, Anthony, ed. Three Renaissance Travel Plays. The Revels Plays Companion Library. Manchester: Manchester University Press 1995.
Peery, William. "Eastward Ho! and A Woman is a Weathercock." Modern Language Notes 62:2 (February 1947): 131-132.
Rackham, H., ed. Aristotle. Athenian Constitution. Eudemian Ethics. Virtues and Vices. Trans. H. Rackham. Loeb Classical Library 285. Cambridge (MA): Harvard University Press, 1935.
Ruff, Lillian M. and D. Arnold Wilson. "The Madrigal, the Lute Song and Elizabethan Politics." Past and Present 44 (August 1969): 3-51.
Rutherford, John, ed. and trans. Cicero's orations, translated into English, with notes, historical, critical, and explanatory. London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1799.
Simpson, Percy. "The Problem of Authorship of Eastward Ho." PMLA 59.3 (September 1944): 715-725.
Stallybrass, Peter. "Against Thinking." PMLA 122.5 (2007):1580-1587.
Stapleton, M. L. "Marlovian Residue in Jonson's Poetaster." Early Modern Literary Studies. Special Issue 23 (2014): 1-26.
Sühnel, Rudolf. "Vergil in England." Festschrift für Walter Hübner. Eds. Dieter Riesner and Helmut Gneuss. Erich Schmidt Verlag, 1964. 122-138.
Syme, Holger Schott. "A Sharer's Repertory." Rethinking Theatrical Documents in Shakespeare's England. Ed. Tiffany Stern. London: The Arden Shakespeare, 2020. 33-51.
Taylor, Gary. "Thomas Middleton, Lording Barry, and The Family of Love." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 93.2 (June 1999): 213-241.
Taylor, Gary. "Thomas Middleton, Thomas Dekker, and The Bloody Banquet." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 94:2 (June 2000): 197-233.
Thorn-Drury, George. "Ben Jonson and Suckling." Notes and Queries 10-12:305 (30 October 1909): 345.
Thorn-Drury, George. "Man in the Almanack." Notes and Queries (18 July 1908): 56.
Tilley, Morris Palmer. A Dictionary of the Proverbs in England in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. A Collection of the Proverbs Found in English Literature and the Dictionaries of the Period. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1950.
Tulloch, Graham. The Language of Sir Walter Scott: A Study of His Scottish and Period Language. London: Andre Deutsch, 1980.
Warton, Thomas. The History of English Poetry from the close of the Eleventh to the Commencement of the Eighteenth Century. To which are prefixed two Dissertations. 4 Vols. London: J. Dodsley, J. Walter, T. Becket, 1774-1781.
Wentersdorf, Karl P. "Imagery as a Criterion of Authenticity. A Reconsideration of the Problem." Shakespeare Quarterly 23.3 (Summer 1972). 231-259.
Whitney, Charles. Early Responses to Renaissance Drama. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
Wiggins, Martin. British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012-2020.

Shakespeare Studies
Adams, Joseph Quincy, Jr. "William Heminge and Shakespeare." Modern Philology 12:1 (May, 1914): 51-64.
Akrigg, G. P. V. "Shakespeare's Living Sources." Queen's Quarterly 65 (1 January 1958): 239-250.
Anders, Heinrich R. D. Shakespeare's Books. A Dissertation on Shakespeare's Reading and the Immediate Sources of his Words. Berlin: Georg Reimer, 1904.
Armstrong, Edward Allworthy. Shakespeare's Imagination: A Study of the Psychology of Association and Inspiration. London: Lindsay Drummond, 1946.
Babcock, Robert Witbeck. The Genesis of Shakespeare Idolatry, 1766-1799. A Study in English Criticism of the Late Eighteenth Century. New York: Russell and Russell, 1964.
Baker, H. Kendra. "Hamlet, Three Notes [Baker]." Notes and Queries (27 August 1938): 158.
Baldwin, Thomas Whitfield. On the Literary Genetics of Shakspere's Plays 1592-1594. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1959.
Baldwin, Thomas Whitfield. William Shakspere's Small Latine and Lesse Greeke. 2 vols. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1944.
Bate, Jonathan and Eric Rasmussen, eds. William Shakespeare and Others: Collaborative Plays. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Bate, Jonathan. Shakespeare and Ovid. Oxford: Clarendon Paperbacks, 1994.
Beardsley Jr., Theodore S. "Isocrates, Shakespeare, and Calderón: Advice to a Young Man." Hispanic Review 42.2 (Spring 1974): 185-198.
Bednarz, James P. "Dekker's Response to the Chorus of 'Henry V' in 1599." Notes and Queries (2012): 63-68.
Bednarz, James P. "Marston's Subversion of Shakespeare and Jonson." Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England 6 (1993): 103-128.
Bednarz, James P. "Representing Jonson: 'Histriomastix' and the Origin of the Poets' War." Huntington Library Quarterly 54.1 (Winter 1991: 1-30.
Bednarz, James P. "Review of 'Shakespeare, the Queen's Men and the Elizabethan Performance of History'." Modern Philology 110.4 (May 2013): E243-E247.
Bednarz, James P. "Shakespeare and the Early Modern Culture of Quotation." Shakespeare and Quotation. Eds. Julie Maxwell and Kate Rumbold. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. 31-45.
Bednarz, James P. Shakespeare and the Poet's War. New York: Columbia University Press, 2001.
Bennett, Josephine Waters. "Characterization in Polonius' Advice to Laertes." Shakespeare Quarterly 4.1 (January 1953): 3-9.
Bentley, Gerald Eades. Shakespeare and Jonson - Their Reputations in the Seventeenth Century Compared. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1945.
Blumenfeld, Samuel. The Marlowe-Shakespeare Connection: A New Study of the Authorship Question. Jefferson: Farland, 2008.
Bowers, Fredson Thayer. "The Pictures in Hamlet III-iv - A Possible Contemporary." Shakespeare Quarterly 3:3 (July 1952): 280-281.
Bowers, R. H. "A New Shakespeare Allusion." Shakespeare Quarterly 4.3 (July 1953): 362.
Bowers, R. H. "Polonius: Another Postscript." Shakespeare Quarterly 4 (1953): 362-364.
Brooke, Nicholas Stanton. "Marlowe as Provocative Agent in Shakespeare's Early Plays." Shakespeare Survey 14 (1961): 34-44.
Bullough, Geoffrey, ed. Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1957-1975.
Burrow, Colin. Shakespeare and Classical Antiquity. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
C., T. C. "Hamlet. Three Notes." Notes and Queries 175 (1938): 114.
Cathcart, Charles. "Histriomastix, Hamlet and 'The Quintessence of Duckes'." Notes and Queries 248 (2003): 427-431.
Chambers, Edmund Kerchever. Shakespeare - A Study of Facts and Problems. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1930.
Charnes, Linda. "Dismember Me: Shakespeare, Paranoia, and the Logic of Mass Culture." Shakespeare Quarterly 48.1 (Spring 1997): 1-16.
Charney, Maurice. "The Voice of Marlowe's Tamburlaine in early Shakespeare." Comparative Drama 31.2 (Summer 1997): 213-223.
Chaudhuri, Pramit. "Classical Quotation in Titus Andronicus." ELH 81.3 (Fall 2014): 787-810.
Clare, Janet. Shakespeare's Stage Traffic: Imitation, Borrowing and Competition in Renaissance Theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Coffman, George R. "A Note on Shakespeare and Nash." Modern Language Notes 42.5 (May 1927): 317-319.
Collier, John Payne. Farther Particulars regarding Shakespeare and His Works. In A Letter to The Rev. Joseph Hunter, F.S.A. [...]. London: Thomas Rodd, 1839.
Collier, John Payne. Memoirs of the Principal Actors of Shakespeare. London: Shakespeare Society, 1846.
Collier, John Payne. New particulars regarding the works of Shakespeare. In a letter to the Rev. A. Dyce ... from J. Payne Collier, F.S.A. London: Thomas Rodd, 1836.
Collins, John Churton. Studies in Shakespeare. Westminster: Archibald Constable, 1904.
Craik, Thomas Wallace. "Congreve as a Shakespearean." Poetry and Drama 1570-1700: Essays in Honour of Harold F. Brooks. Eds. Antony Coleman and Antony Hammond. London and New York: Methuen, 1981. 186-199.
Currell, David. "'Away with him! He speaks Latin': 2 Henry IV and the Uses of Roman Antiquity." Shakespeare Survey 69 (2016): 30-45.
Davenport, Arnold. "Shakespeare and Nashe's 'Pierce Pennilesse' I." Notes and Queries (September 1953): 272-274.
Davenport, Arnold. "Shakespeare and Nashe's Pierce Pennilesse II." Notes and Queries 198 (September 1953): 371-374.
Davidson, Adele. "'Some by Stenography'? Stationers, Shorthand, and the Early Shakespearean Quartos.'"Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 90.4 (1996): 417-449.
De Bruyn, Frans. "William Shakespeare and Edmund Burke: Literary Allusion in Eighteenth-Century British Political Rhetoric." Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century. Eds. Peter Sabor and Paul Yachnin. London: Ashgate, 2008. 85-102.
de Grazia, Margreta. "Hamlet Before Its Time." Modern Language Quarterly 62.4 (December 2001): 355-375.
de Grazia, Margreta. "Shakespeare in Quotation Marks." The Appropriation of Shakespeare. Ed. Jean Marsden. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991.
Delius, Nicolaus. "Brookes episches und Shakespeares dramatisches Gedicht von Romeo and Juliet." Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft 16 (1881): 213-227.
DeMent, Joseph W. "A Possible 1594 Reference to Hamlet." Shakespeare Quarterly 15:4 (Autumn 1964): 446-447.
Dent, Robert William. "An Early Hamlet Echo?" Shakespeare Quarterly 14 (1963): 87-89.
Dobson, Michael. The Making of the National Poet: Shakespeare, Adaptation and Authorship. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992.
Dowden, Edward. Shakspere: A Critical Study of His Mind and Art. London: H.S. King, 1875.
Duncan-Jones, Katherine. "Francis Beaumont's Allusions to Shakespeare in The Woman Hater." Notes and Queries (2007): 320-321.
Erickson, Peter. Rewriting Shakespeare, Rewriting Ourselves. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991.
Feis, Jacob. Shakspere and Montaigne: An Endeavour to Explain the Tendency of "Hamlet" from Allusions in Contemporary Works. London: Kegan Paul, Trench and Co., 1884.
Francis, Clive. There is Nothing Like a Dane! The Lighter Side of Hamlet. London: Nick Hern Books, 1998.
Frost, David L. "Shakespeare in the Seventeenth Century." Shakespeare Quarterly 16.1 (Winter 1965): 81-89.
Frost, David L. The Influence of Shakespeare on English Drama 1600-1642. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1968.
Frost, David L. The School of Shakespeare. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1986.
Frost, Kate G. "An Unreported Hamlet Allusion." Notes and Queries 124 (1984): 220-21.
Frye, Roland Mushat. "Five Shakespeare Allusions 1621-1630." Shakespeare Quarterly 20.1 (Winter 1969): 81-83.
Garber, Marjorie. Shakespeare's Ghost Writers: Literature as Uncanny Causality. New York and London: Methuen, 1987.
Greenfield, Sayre. "Quoting Hamlet in the Early Seventeenth Century." Modern Philology 105.3 (2008): 510-534.
Gross, John. After Shakespeare: An Anthology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Gurr, Andrew. "A Jibe at Shakespeare in 1606." Notes and Queries 247 (2002): 245-247.
Gurr, Andrew. "Intertextuality at Windsor." Shakespeare Quarterly 38.2 (Summer 1987): 189-200.
Gurr, Andrew. The Shakespearean Stage 1574-1642. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.
Halliwell-Philipps, James Orchard. Memoranda on the Tragedy of Hamlet. London: James Evan Adlard, 1879.
Hardin, Craig. "Hamlet's Book." Huntington Library Bulletin 6 (1934): 17-37.
Harrison, G. B. "A New Shakespeare Allusion." Shakespeare Quarterly 8.1 (Winter 1957): 127.
Herpich, Charles A. "Sonnet and Sidney's Arcadia." Notes and Queries VIII (31 August 1907): 164.
Herpich, Charles A. "The source of the 'Seven Ages'." Notes and Queries 9:212 (18 January 1902): 46-47.
Hibbard, G. R., ed. William Shakespeare. Hamlet. The Oxford Shakespeare. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.
Hirsh, James. Shakespeare and the History of Soliloquies. Madison and Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2003.
Hogan, Jerome W. "Three Shakespearean Echoes." Notes and Queries 220 (April 1975): 175.
Hohl Trillini, Regula, Sixta Quassdorf and Balz Engler. HyperHamlet. 2005-2020. www.hyperhamlet.unibas.ch
Hohl Trillini, Regula. "Hamlet and Textual Re-Production 1550-1650." Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature (SPELL) 22: The Construction of Textual Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Literature. Eds. Denis Renevey and Indira Ghose. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2009. 163-176.
Hohl Trillini, Regula. Casual Shakespeare: Three Centuries of Verbal Echoes. London: Routledge, 2018.
Hunt, Marvin W. Looking for Hamlet. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
Isherwood, Anne Christine. Shakespeare in Anthologies. PhD King's College London, 2014.
Jackson, MacDonald P. "Shakespeare and Edmund Ironside." Notes and Queries (September 1963): 331-332.
Jackson, Macdonald P. "Shakespeare and the Quarrel Scene in Arden of Faversham." Shakespeare Quarterly 62:3 (2006): 249-293.
Jenkins, Harold, ed. William Shakespeare. Hamlet. New Arden Shakespeare. London: Methuen, 1982.
Jenkins, Harold. "Hamlet Then Till Now." Shakespeare Survey 18: Shakespeare Then Till Now. Ed. Stanley Wells. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993. 1-14.
Jonas, Maurice. Shakespeare and the Stage With a Complete List of Theatrical Terms Used by Shakespeare in His Plays and Poems, Arranged in Alphabetical Order and Explanatory Notes. London: Davis and Orioli, 1918.
Jones, Emrys, ed. William Shakespeare. Antony and Cleopatra. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1977.
Jost, Jacob Sider. "Hamlet's Horatio as an Allusion to Horace's Odes." Notes and Queries 59.1 (2012): 76-77.
Jung, H. Das Verhältnis Thomas Middletons zu Shakspere. Münchner Beiträge 29. Leipzig: 1904.
Knowles, Richard. "Shakespeare and Shorthand Once Again." PBSA 104 (2010): 141-180.
Koeppel, Emil. "Shakespeares Juliet Capulet und Chaucers Troylus." Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft (1902): 238-239.
Koeppel, Emil. "Shakespeares Julius Caesar und die Entstehungszeit des anonymen Dramas The Wisdom of Dr. Dodypoll." Jahrbuch der deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft (1907): 210-212.
Koeppel, Emil. Studien über Shakespeare's Wirkung auf zeitgenössische Dramatiker. Louvain: Uystpruyst, 1905.
Lee, Sidney. "Pepys and Shakespeare." Fortnightly Review 79.469 (January 1906): 104-120.
Maguin, Jean-Marie. "Cacher, dire, montrer, taire - régime de l'imaginaire Shakespearien." Actes des congrès de la Société française Shakespeare: Du texte à la Scène: Langages du Théâtre 4 (1983): 112-131.
Malone, Edmond. The plays and poems of William Shakespeare, with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators : comprehending a life of the poet, and an enlarged history of the stage, by the late Edmond Malone, with a new glossarial index. London: F.C. and J. Rivington 1821.
Mason, Lawrence. "Some Further Shakspere Allusions or Parallels." Modern Language Notes33:4 (April 1918): 204-208.
Matheson, Tom. "Hamlet's Last Words." Shakespeare Survey 48: Shakespeare and Cultural Exchange. Ed. Stanley Wells. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 113-122.
Maxwell, Julie and Kate Rumbold, eds. Shakespeare and Quotation. Eds. Julie Maxwell and Kate Rumbold. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. 25-30; "Part I: Introduction"
Maxwell, Julie. "How the Renaissance (Mis)Used Sources: The Art of Misquotation." How to Do Things with Shakespeare. Ed. Laurie Maguire. Oxford: Blackwell, 2008. 54-76.
McCarthy, Dennis. "Shakespeare and Arden of Faversham." Notes and Queries 258 (August 2013): 391-396.
McMillin, Harvey Scott. "Acting and Violence: The Revenger's Tragedy and Its Departures from Hamlet." Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 24:2 (Spring 1984): 275-291.
Milward, Peter. "The Homiletic Tradition in Shakespeare's Plays." Shakespeare Studies 5 (1966-1967): 72-87.
Mowat, Barbara. "Shakespeare Reads the Geneva Bible." Shakespeare, the Bible, and the Form of the Book: Contested Scriptures. Eds. Travis the Cook and Alan Galey. London: Routledge, 2012. 25-39.
Muir, Kenneth Arthur. "Henry Swinburne and Shakespeare." Notes and Queries 202 (1957): 285-286.
Muir, Kenneth Arthur. The Sources of Shakespeare's Plays. London: Methuen, 1977.
Muir, Kenneth Arthur. Shakespeare as a Collaborator. London: Methuen, 1960.
Muir, Kenneth, ed. King Lear. The Arden Edition of the Works of Shakespeare. Eighth edition. London: Methuen. 1952.
Muir, Kenneth, ed. Macbeth. The Arden Edition of the Works of Shakespeare. Eighth edition. London: Methuen. 1955.
Müller, Wolfgang G., ed. William Shakespeare. Hamlet. Englisch-deutsche Studienausgabe. Tübingen: Stauffenberg, 2006.
Munro, John, Clement Mansfield Ingleby, F. J. Furnivall and Lucy Toulmin Smith. The Shakspere Allusion Book. A Collection of Allusions to Shakspere from 1591 to 1700 [...]. London: Chatto and Windus; New York: Duffield and Co., 1909.
Munro, John. "More Shakspere Allusions." Modern Philology 13.9 (1916): 497-544.
Murphy, Donna Nielsen. The Marlowe-Shakespeare Continuum: Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Nashe, and Authorship of Early Shakespeare and Anonymous Plays. Newcastle, 2013.
O'Donnell, Norbert F. "Shakespeare, Marston and the University: The Sources of Thomas Goffe's Orestes." Studies in Philology 50:3 (1953): 476-484.
Olive, W. J. "Imitation of Shakespeare in Middleton's The Family of Love." Philological Quarterly 29 (1 January 1950): 75-78.
Paul, Barbara. "Titles from HAMLET." 2000. www.barbarapaul.com/shake/hamlet.html. 22 October 2011.
Peery, William. "Shakespeare and Nathan Field." Neophilologus 34.4 (October 1950): 238-245.
Potts, Abbie Findlay. "Hamlet and Gloriana's Knights." Shakespeare Quarterly 6:1 (Winter 1955): 31-43.
Radebrecht, Friedrich. Shakespeares Abhängigkeit von John Marston. Cöthen: Otto Schulze, 1918.
Rhodes, Neil. "Shakespeare's Sayings". Shakespeare and Elizabethan Popular Culture. Eds. Stuart Gillespie and Neil Rhodes. London: The Arden Shakespeare, 2006. 155-173.
Robertson, John M. Montaigne and Shakespeare. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1909.
Rosinger, Lawrence. "Hamlet and the Homilies." Shakespeare Quarterly 26.3 (Summer 1975): 299-301.
Rudd, Niall. "The Taming of the Shrew: Notes on Some Classical Allusions." Hermathena 129 "In honor of William Bedell Stanford" (Winter 1980): 23-28.
Rushton, William Lowes. Shakespeare's Euphuism. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1871.
Rushton, William Lowes. Shakespeare's Testamentary Language. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1869.
Salkeld, Duncan. "His Collaborator George Wilkins." The Shakespeare Circle: An Alternative Biography. Eds. Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. 289-296.
Sams, Eric. The Real Shakespeare: Retrieving the Early Years, 1564-1594. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1995.
Schaubert, Else von. "Die Stelle vom 'Rauhen Pyrrhus' (Hamlet II, 2. 460-551) in ihrem Verhältnis zu Marlowe-Nashes 'Dido', zu Seneca und dem 'Urhamlet' und damit ihrer Bedeutung für Datierungsfragen, Quartoproblem und Nashes Angriff auf Thomas Kyd." Anglia N.F. 41 [53] (1928): 378-439.
Schleiner, Louise. "Latinized Greek Drama in Shakespeares Writing of Hamlet." Shakespeare Quarterly 41.1 (Spring 1990): 29-48.
Schultz, Howard. "An Early Hamlet Allusion." The Shakespeare Association Bulletin 16.1 (1941): 50-1.
Scott, Edward J. L. "Shakespeareana." The Athenaeum 3671 (5 March 1898): 320.
Shaheen, Naseeb Azeez. Biblical References in Shakespeare's Plays. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1999.
Shaheen, Naseeb Azeez. Biblical References in Shakespeare's Tragedies. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1987.
Sirluck, Ernest. "Shakespeare and Jonson among the Pamphleteers of the First Civil War. Some Unreported Seventeenth-Century Allusions." Modern Philology 53.2 (November 1955): 88-99.
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Annotated Editions
Adams, Joseph Quincy Jr., ed. John Mason's The Turke edited from the Quartos of 1610 and 1632. Louvain: A. Uytpruyst, 1913.
Anon. The Annual Register. Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature, for the Year 1767. London: J. Dodsley, 1779.
Anon., ed. The Female Rebelion. A Tragicomedy From A MS. In The Hunterian Museum University of Glasgow. Glasgow: Printed for Private Circulation, 1872.
Bevington David Martin, ed. John Lyly. Campaspe - Sappho and Phao. The Revels Plays. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1991.
Bevington, David Martin, ed. John Lyly. Endymion. The Revels Plays. Manchester and New York: 1996.
Blostein, David A., ed. Parasitaster or The Fawn. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1978.
Bond, R. W., ed. The Complete Works of John Lyly. 4 vols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1902.
Bowers, Fredson Thayer, ed. The Dramatic Works in the Beaumont and Fletcher Canon. 10 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1966.
Brooke, C. F. Tucker, ed. The Life of Marlowe and The Tragedy of Dido Queen of Carthage. London: Methuen and Co., 1930.
Brooke, Nicholas Stanton, ed. George Chapman. Bussy D'Ambois. The Revels Plays. London: Methuen. Cambridge (Mass.): Harvard University Press, 1964.
Bullen, A. H., ed. The Works of John Marston. 3 vols. London: Nimmo, 1887.
Cain, Thomas, ed. Ben Jonson. Poetaster. Manchester: Manchester University Press 1995.
Calhoun, Thomas O., Laurence Heyworth and Allan Pritchard, eds. The Collected Works of Abraham Cowley. 3 vols. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1989.
Charlton, H. B. and R. D. Waller, eds. Edward II by Christopher Marlowe. London: Methuen, 1933.
Collins, John Churton, ed. The Plays and Poems of Cyril Tourneur. London: Chatto and Windus, 1978.
Collins, John Churton, ed. The Plays and Poems of Robert Greene. 2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1905.
Cook, Elizabeth, ed. Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker. The Roaring Girl. New Mermaids. London: A and C. Black, 1997.
Corbin, Peter and Douglas Sedge, eds. Thomas of Woodstock. The Revels Plays. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2002.
Davenport, Arnold, ed. The Poems of John Marston. Liverpool University Press 1961.
Dilke, Charles Wentworth, ed. Old Plays; being a Continuation of Dodsley's Collection, with Notes Critical and Explanatory. 6 vols. London: Rodwell and Martin, 1816.
Dodsley, Robert, ed. A Select Collection of Old Plays in Twelve Volumes. London: Septimus Prowett, 1825.
Dunster, Charles, ed. Paradise Regained, a Poem by John Milton. With Notes of Various Authors. London: George Stafford, 1800.
Dutton, Richard, ed. Thomas Middleton. Women beware Women. Oxford World Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999
Edelman, Charles, ed. The Stukeley Plays. The Battle of Alcazar by George Peele, The Famous History of the Life and Death of Captain Stukeley. Manchester: Manchester University Press 2005.
Edelman, Charles, ed. George Chapman. All Fools. The Revels Plays. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2018.
Edelman, Charles, ed. George Chapman. An Humorous Day's Mirth. The Revels Plays. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010.
Edwards, Philip and Colin Gibson, eds. The Plays and Poems of Philip Massinger. 5 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1976.
Evans, Maurice, ed. George Chapman. Bussy D'Ambois. The New Mermaids. London: Ernest Benn, 1965.
Faulkner, Thomas C., ed. Robert Burton. The Anatomy of Melancholy. 6 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.
Gair, W. Reavley, ed. John Marston. Antonio's Revenge. The Revels Plays. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1978, repr. 1999.
Grey, Zachary, ed. Hudibras, in three parts, Written in the Tome of the late Wars, by Samuel Butler, Esq. with large annotations and a preface by Zachary Grey, LL. D. 2 vols. London: C. Hitch et al., 1764.
Gunby, David, David Carnegie and Macdonald P. Jackson, eds. The Works of John Webster. 4 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995-2007.
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Hopkins, Lisa, ed. John Ford. The Lady's Trial. The Revels Plays. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011.
Howard-Hill, T. H., ed. Thomas Middleton. A Game at Chess. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1993.
Huebert, Ronald, ed. The Lady of Pleasure. The Revels Plays. Manchester: Manchester University Press 1986.
Hunter, George, K., ed. The Malcontent. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1975, repr. 1999.
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Lucas, F. L., ed. The Complete Works of John Webster. 4 vols. London: Chatto and Windus, 1927.
Maclean, Hugh, ed. Ben Jonson and the Cavalier Poets. New York: Norton, 1974.
Maclure, Millar, ed. The Poems. Christopher Marlowe. London: Methuen, 1968.
Macray, William Dunn, ed. The Pilgrimage to Parnassus with the Two Parts of The Return from Parnassus. Oxford: Clarendon Press 1886.
Maidment, James and W. H. Logan, eds. The Dramatic Works of Sir William D'Avenant with prefatory memoir and notes. 5 vols. Edinburgh: William Paterson, 1872-1874. Quoted from https://archive.org.
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Martin, Matthew R., ed. George Peele. David and Bathsheba. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2018.
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Melchiori, Giorgio, ed. John Marston. The Insatiate Countess. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1984.
Moore, A. T., ed. Love's Sacrifice. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2002.
Mulholland, Paul A, ed. Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker. The Roaring Girl. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1987.
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Nicholl, John Ramsay Allardyce, ed. The Works of Cyril Tourneur. New York: Russell and Russell, 1963.
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Roper, Alan, ed. The Works of John Dryden. 20 vols. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1956-1989.
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Scherer, Hans, ed. Thomas Dekker. Satiro-Mastix or The Vntrvssing of the Humorous Poet. Louvain: A. Uytpruyst, 1907.
Scherer, Hans, ed. Thomas Dekker. The Pleasant Comedie of old Fortunatus. Erlangen and Leipzig: 1901.
Schmid, F. Ernst. Thomas May's tragedy of Julia Agrippina, empresse of Rome. Louvain: A. Uytspruyst, 1914. Printed version of F. Ernst Schmid. Thomas May's tragedy of Julia Agrippina, empresse of Rome. PhD [supervised by Emil Koeppel], Strasbourg 1910.
Scragg, Leah, ed. John Lyly. Love's Metamorphosis. The Revels Plays. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2008.
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Shepherd, Richard Herne, ed. Chapman, George. The Works of George Chapman. Plays. London: Chatto and Windus, 1874.
Shepherd, Richard Herne, ed. The dramatic works of Thomas Dekker, now first collected with illustrative notes and a memoir of the author. London: J. Pearson, 1873.
Skemp, Arthur Rowland, ed. Nathanael Richards' tragedy of Messallina the Roman emperesse. [PhD supervised by Emil Koeppel]Louvain: A. Uystpruyst, 1910.
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Sperrhake, Walther. Ben Jonson's "The Case Is Altered" und seine Quellen. Halle: Kaemmerer, 1905.
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Taylor, Gary and and John Lavagnino, eds. The Collected Works of Thomas Middleton. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2007.
Taylor, Michael, ed. Thomas Middleton. A Mad World, My Masters and Other Plays. Oxford World Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.
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Van Fossen, R. W., ed. Eastward Ho. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1979, repr. 1999.
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Yearling, E. M., ed. James Shirley. The Cardinal. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1986.

Further Reading

Some of the sources that we will use to identify more intertextual references in early modern plays.
Adler, Fritz. Das Verhältniss von Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra zu Plutarch's Biographie des Antonius. 1895.
Anders, Heinrich. Shakespeare 's Belesenheit. Berlin: E. Ebering, 1900.
Austin, Warren. B. "A Supposed Contemporary Allusion to Shakespeare as a Plagiarist." Shakespeare Quarterly, Vol. 6, No. 4 (Autumn, 1955): 373-380.
Ballmann, Otto. Chaucers Einfluss auf das englische Drama im Zeitalter der Königin Elisabeth und der beiden ersten Stuart-Könige. PhD Strassburg 1901.
Benn, E., ed. John Marston. The Malcontent. Ed. Bernard Harris Benn, 1967. The new mermaids 1.
Bentley, Gerald Eades. "John Cotgrave's English Treasury of Wit and Language and the Elizabethan Drama." Studies in Philology 40 (1943) p.186
Bevington, David. "Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus and Nathaniel Woode's The Conflict of Conscience." The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Literature 1485-1603. Eds. Mike Pincombe and Cathy Shrank. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. 704-717.
Blanding, Michael. "Plagiarism Software Unveils a New Source for 11 of Shakespeare’s Plays." New York Times 2 July 2018. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/07/books/plagiarism-software-unveils-a-new-source-for-11-of-shakespeares-plays.html?smid=pl-share
Bodenstedt, Friedrich. Shakespeares Zeitgenossen und ihre Werke. Berlin: Decker, 1858-1860.
Braden, Gordon. "Ovid, Plutarch and Shakespeare's Sonnets." Shakespeare's Ovid: The Metamorphoses in the Plays and Poems. Ed. Anthony Brian Taylor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. 96-112.
Brandl, Alois. Quellen des englischen Dramas. Quellen der Forschung 80 (1898).
Brotanek, Rudolf. Die englischen Maskenspiele. Vienna and Leipzig: Wilhelm Braumüller, 1902.
Brown, Peter. "Chaucer and Shakespeare: The Merchant's Tale Connection." The Chaucer Review 48.2 (2013): 222-237.
Bruster, Douglas. "Comedy and Control: Shakespeare and the Plautine 'Poeta' ." Comparative Drama 24:3 (Fall 1990): 217.
Bruster, Douglas. Quoting Shakespeare: Form and Culture in Early Modern Drama. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2000.
Bullough, Geoffrey, ed. Poems and Dramas of Fulke Greville. 2 vols. Edinburgh and London, 1938.
Burgess, William. The Bible in Shakespeare: A Study of the Relations of the Works of William Shakspeare to the Bible with Numerous Parallel Passages, Quotations, References, Paraphrases, and Allusions. Chicago: Winona Publishing Co., 1903.
Bush, Douglas. Mythology and the Renaissance Tradition in English. New York: Norton 1960.
Caputi, Anthony. John Marston, Satirist. Cornell Univ. Press, 1961.
Carter, Thomas. Shakespeare and Holy Scripture, with the Version He Used. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co. and London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1905. Archive.org
Cathcart, Charles. "Ben Jonson and the Dedication of Antonio and Mellida." Notes and Queries 245 (2000): 100-103.
Cathcart, Charles. "Du Bartas' Semaines and John Marston's The Malcontent." Notes and Queries 264 (2019).
Cathcart, Charles. "Edward Greene, Goldsmith, William Marston, Apprentice; and Eastward Ho!" Early Theatre 19.2 (2016): 81-99.
Cathcart, Charles. "John Davies of Hereford, Marston, and Hall." Ben Jonson Journal 17.2 (2010): 242-48.
Cathcart, Charles. "John Marston, The Malcontent, and the King's Men." Review of English Studies 57 (2006): 43-63.
Cathcart, Charles. "John Weever and the Jonson-Marston Rivalry." Ben Jonson Journal 9 (20029: 235-47.
Cathcart, Charles. "Lampatho's "Delicious Sweet” in Marston's What You Will." Notes and Queries 254 (2009): 610–12.
Cathcart, Charles. "Lodge, Marston, and the Family of Love." Notes and Queries 248 (2003): 68-70.
Cathcart, Charles. "Marston, Montaigne, and Lady Politic Would-be." English Language Notes 36:1 (1999): 4-8.
Cathcart, Charles. "'Passionate man in his slight play': John Marston's prologues and epilogues." The Dutch Courtesan website: www.dutchcourtesan.co.uk/passionate-man-in-his-slight-play-john-Marstons-prologues-and-epilogues/2013
Cathcart, Charles. "Plural Authorship, Attribution, and the Children of the King's Revels." Renaissance Forum 4:2 (2000):
Cathcart, Charles. "Poetaster and the Prince of Love." Ben Jonson Journal (2007) 14.2: 206-17.
Cathcart, Charles. "'Swell, swell, my joys': Ben Jonson, Quotation, and A Help to Memory and Discourse." Ben Jonson Journal 24.2 (2017): 187-204.
Cathcart, Charles. "The Insatiate Countess, William Barksted's Hiren, The Fair Greek and the Children of the King's Revels." Early Theatre, 22.1 (2019): 119-39.
Cathcart, Charles. "The Insatiate Countess: Date, Topicality, and Company Appropriation." Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England (2003): 16: 81-100.
Cathcart, Charles. "'The Masque being Endid' and The Works of Mr John Marston." Notes and Queries 258 (2013): 538-42.
Cathcart, Charles. "Marston, Montaigne, and Lady Politic Would-be." English Language Notes 36:1 (1999): 4-8.
Clarke, Barry R. Francis Bacon's Contribution to Shakespeare: A New Attribution Method. London: Routledge, 2019.
Collington, Philip D. "Stuffed with All Honourable Virtues": Much Ado about Nothing and The Book of the Courtier." Studies in Philology 103.3 (Summer 2006): 281-312.
Cook, Trevor James Neilson. Plagiarism and Proprietary Authorship in Early Modern England 1590-1640. PhD Toronto 2011.
Corbin, Peter, ed. John Marston et al. Three Jacobean witchcraft plays. Ed. Peter Corbin. Manchester University Press, 1986. The Revels plays companion library.
Cowl, Richard Paper. "Echoes of Henry the Fourth in Elizabethan Drama." The Times Literary Supplement (22 October 1925).
Cowl, Richard Paper. "Some Literary Allusions in Henry the Fourth." The Times Literary Supplement (26 March 1925).
Crane, David, ed. John Marston. The Dutch Courtesan. Ed. David Crane. A and C Black, 1997. The new mermaids.
Curtis, Ford Elmore. John Marston, his life and works. PhD, Ithaca, N.Y. 1931.
Daniel, Samuel. The Complete Works in Prose and Verse. Edited with Memorial Introduction and a Glossarial Index [...]. Ed. Alexander Grosart. 4 vols. For the Spenser Society, 1885. Quoted from https://archive.org.
D'Avenant, Sir William. The Dramatic Works of Sir William D'Avenant with prefatory memoir and notes. Eds. James Maidment and W. H. Logan. 5 vols. Edinburgh: William Paterson, 1872-1874. Quoted from https://archive.org.
Dawson, Anthony B. "Much Ado about Signifying." Studies in English Literature 22 (1982): 201-212.
Day, John. The Works of John Day Now First Collected with an Introduction and Notes By A. H. Bullen. London: Chiswick Press, 1881. Quoted from https://archive.org.
Dekker, Thomas. The Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker. Ed. F. Bowers. 4 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1955.
DellaNeva, JoAnn. "Reflecting Lesser Lights: The Imitation of Minor Writers in the Renaissance." Renaissance Quarterly 42.3 (Autumn 1989): 449-479.
Dent, Robert. Shakespeare's Proverbial Language: an Index (1981)
Dieckow, Fritz. John Florio's englische Übersetzung der Essais Montaigne's und Lord Bacon's, Ben Jonson's und Robert Burton's Verhältnis zu Montaigne. PhD Strassburg 1903. 58-115 Burton's and Bacon's Montaigne quotes
Dorrinck, Alfred. Die lateinischen Zitate in den Dramen der wichtigsten Vorgänger Shakespeares. PhD Strassburg 1907.
Drees, D. and Henry de Vocht, eds. Thomas Middleton. The Witch: Edited from the Bodleian MS. Malone 12. Louvain: Uytpruyst, 1945.
Dürnhöfer, Max. Shakespeares "Venus und Adonis" im Verhältnis zu Ovids Metamorphosen und Constables Schäfergesang PhD Munich 1890.
Dutton, Richard, ed. Thomas Middleton. Women beware Women. Oxford World Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999
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Elze, Karl. Abhandlungen zu Shakespeare. Halle: Verlag der Buchhandlung des Waisenhauses, 1877.
Evans, G. Blakemore. "Nashe and the Dram of Eale." Notes and Queries 198 (1953): 377-378.
Fowler, Don. "On the Shoulders of Giants: Intertextuality and Classical Studies." Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici, No. 39, Memoria, arte allusiva,intertestualità (Memory, Allusion, Intertextuality) (1997): 13-34.
Fox, Charles O. "Early Echoes of Shakespeare's Sonnets, and Passionate Pilgrim." Notes and Queries 198 (September 1953): 370.
Fox, W.S. "Lucian in the Grave-Scene of Hamlet." Philological Quarterly 2 (1923): 132-141.
Fox, W.S. "Sources of the Grave-Scene in Hamlet." Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 3.17.2 (1923): 71-80.
Furnivall, Frederick James. Some 300 Fresh Allusions. London: Trübner, 1886.
Gair, Reavley, ed. John Marston. Antonio and Mellida. Manchester University Press, 1991. The Revels plays. ALSO 2004.
Gehler, Victor. Das Verhältnis von Fords Perkin Warbeck zu Bacons [History of the Reign of] Henry VII. PhD Munich 1895. 54 S. Hochschulschrift https://opac.ub.uni-muenchen.de/TouchPoint/singleHit.do?methodToCall=showHit&curPos=3&identifier=2_SOLR_SERVER_172357340
Gifford, William and Alexander Dyce, eds. John Ford. Works. With Additions by Alex. Dyce. 3 vols. London: J. Toovey, 1869.
Gifford, William and Alexander Dyce, eds. The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley : in six volumes, volume 1 containing some account of Shirley and his Writings. London: John Murray, 1833.
Gifford, William, ed. The Plays of Philip Massinger. From the text of Wiliam Gifford, with the addition of the tragedy "Believe as you list". London: John Camden Hotten, 1879.
Gilbert, Hugo. Robert Greene's Selimus: Eine Litterarhistorische Untersuchung. PhD, Munich 1899.
Gillespie, Stuart. Shakespeare's Books: A Dictionary of Shakespeare Sources. London and New Brunswick 2001. London and New York: Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2016.
Goodspeed, George S. "Shakespeare and the Bible." The Old and New Testament Student 14. 4 (April 1892): 218-224.
Grant, R. "Cervantes' El casamiento enganoso and Fletcher's Rule a Wife and Have a Wife." Hispanic Review 12 (4) 330-338. zzz
Gras, Henk. "Twelfth Night, Every Man out of His Humour and the Middle Temple Revels of 1597-98." MLR 84.3 (July 1989): 545-564.
Greene, Robert. The Life and Complete Works of Robert Greene […]. For the First Time Collected and Edited with Notes and Illustrations etc. Ed. Alexander B. Grosart. Printed for Private Circulation Only. 1881-1886. Quoted from https://archive org.
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