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April 2001, Week 4


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Adam Wathen <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 24 Apr 2001 09:07:46 -0500
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I think that the book you are looking for is "Shakespearean Intertextuality:
Studies in Selected Sources and Plays" by Stephen Lynch, 1998.

It only covers 4 plays (As you Like It, King Lear, Pericles, and A Winter's

Should be on Amazon.


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Subject:        Shakespeare the Adaptor

 << File: UTF-8.HTM >> Not directly related to film, but I remember reading
about a book with this title, that was an analysis of Shakespeare's plays as
compared to their source texts.  I can't find a book with this title on, so it may be out of print or not quite the right title.  Is
anyone familiar with it?

Scott Andrew Hutchins

"It's a queer world, and the longer I live in it the queerer I find it.
Once I thought it would be a good idea to regulate things myself, and run
the world as it ought to be run; but I gave it up long ago.  The world's a
stage, they say; but the show ain't always amusing, by a long chalk, and
sometimes I wish I didn't have a reserved seat."--John Merrick, _Aunt Jane's
Nieces_, by L. Frank Baum

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