Exploring Shakespeare on the WWW

  • SHAKESPEARE HOME PAGE

    An invaluable resource. This M.I.T.-sponsored site offers the full text of the complete works of Shakespeare (tragedies, histories, comedies, poetry). It includes:
    The opportunity to search the texts using key words (search either all texts or, particular ones).
    A chronological listing of plays based on the scholarship of Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, preparers of the Oxford edition of the complete works (1988).
    A compilation of Bartlett's familiar Shakespearean quotations.
    An alphabetized listing of the plays.
    A discussion area.


  • THE SHAKESPEARE FELLOWSHIP

    Here's a web site which seeks to "bring the Shakespeare authorship debate to a worldwide audience" and positions itself in the Oxfordian camp. It offers news and discussion sections and collects a rich range of material including the full text of J. Thomas Looney's "Shakespeare" Identified," and a chapter from Roger Stritmatter's recent dissertation on how repeated ideas in Shakespeare's biblical references correspond to verses marked in the de Vere Bible.


  • SHAKESPEARE OXFORD SOCIETY HOME PAGE

    While this web site advances the cause of the Oxfordian theory of the Shakespeare authorship, it is a resource for all.
    Its home page offers a rich network of Internet resources on Shakespeare and the authorship question: reading lists of Oxfordian works, Stratfordian works, and works in response to the authorship debate; links to interesting sites about Shakespeare; discussion groups, a list of films based on Shakespeare, and more.


  • SHAKESPEARE'S COMPLETE WORKS FROM THE INTERNET PUBLIC LIBRARY

    An additional site for on-line access to the complete works.


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