Elizabethan Authors, Shakespeare, Nashe, Greene, Elizabeth I,
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Original Research Papers on Elizabethan Authorship
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No-body and Some-body
Original spelling transcription of the 1606 quarto
The True Tragedie of Richard the third
Modern spelling transcription of the 1594 quarto
By Arthur Golding - Translations
A Tragedie of Abraham's Sacrifice
Original Spelling transcription of the 1577 first edition
A Tragedie of Abraham's Sacrifice
Glossary and Appendices to Abraham's Sacrifice
Biography and Bibliography of Arthur Golding
By Thomas Kyd
The Spanish Tragedy
A modern spellingtranscription of the 1594-1602 editions
Glossary and Appendices to The Spanish Tragedy
The Tragedy of Soliman and Perseda
A modern spelling transcription of the 1599 first edition
Glossary and Appendices to Soliman
By John Lyly
Endimion - The Man in the Moone
A modern spellingtranscription of the 1591 first edition
Glossary and Appendices to Endimion
A modern spellingtranscription of the undated manuscript
A Guide to Elizabethan Drama
By Thomas Nashe
Strange Newes - Epistle Dedicatorie - Original Spelling & Format
A transcription of the 1592 first edition.
Strange Newes - Epistle Dedicatorie - Original Sp. / Modern Format
Pasquil's Countercuffe to Martin Junior - Modern Spelling
A transcription of the 1589 first edition
Elizabethan Satire and Tracts
By Thomas Watson
Hekatompathia - A Passionate century of Love
Modern Spelling - A transcription of the 1582 first edition
Glossary and Appendices to Hekatompathia
By Arthur Golding
The Fifteen Books of Ovid's Metamorphoses - Original Spelling
A transcription of the 1567 first edition
Elizabethan Poetry - A Selection
Poems of Edward de Vere
By Robert Greene
Pandosto - The Triumph of Time- Original Spelling
A transcription of the 1588 first edition
Glossary and Appendices to Pandosto
Euphues and his England
Original spelling transcription of the 1580 quarto
16th Century Literary Criticism
Palladis Tamia: Wit's Treasury - A Comparative Discourse
of our English Poets, with the Greek, Latin, and Italian Poets.
(Edited by Francis Meres, 1598)
Glossary of Elizabethan Literature, Annotated
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Children's Acting Companies 1559-1605
Court Performances by Children's Acting Companies 1559-1605
Repertories of Children's Acting Companies 1559-1605
Sources of Shakespeare and Elizabethan Literature
Shakespeare: The Authorship Controversy
Essays on Authorship Questions
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"Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio: a fellow
of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy: he hath
borne me on his back a thousand times; and now, how
abhorred in my imagination it is! my gorge rims at
it. Here hung those lips that I have kissed I know
not how oft. Where be your gibes now? your
gambols? your songs? your flashes of merriment,
that were wont to set the table on a roar? Not one
now, to mock your own grinning? quite chap-fallen?
Now get you to my lady's chamber, and tell her, let
her paint an inch thick, to this favour she must
come; make her laugh at that. Prithee, Horatio, tell
me one thing."