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Albrecht-Crane, Christa and Dennis Cutchins, eds. Adaptation Studies: New Approaches. Madison (NJ): Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 2010.
Almansi, Guido. "The Thumb-Screwers and the Tongue-Twisters: On Shakespearian Avatars." Poetics Today 3.3 (1982): 87-100.
Altick, Richard D. Paintings from Books: Art and Literature in Britain, 1760-1900. Columbus (Ohio): Ohio State University Press, 1985.
Armstrong, Edward A. Shakespeare's Imagination: A Study of the Psychology of Association and Inspiration. London: Lindsay Drummond, 1946.
Ashton, G. Shakespeare's Heroines in the 19th Century. Buxton Museum, 1980.
B., A. "Liens internet sur Ophélie." Arthur Rimbaud, le poète: textes, commentaires, documents. 2003. http://abardel.free.fr/recueil_de_douai/ophelie/liens.htm. 22 November 2008.
Bailey, Helen Phelps. Hamlet in France from Voltaire to Laforgue, with an Epilogue. Geneva: Droz, 1964.
Baker, David. "Ophelia's Travels." Gender and Culture in Literature and Film, East and West. Eds. Nitaya Masavisut, George Simon et al. Hawaii: University of Hawaii, 1994. 3-8.
Ball, Robert Hamilton. Shakespeare on Silent Film: A Strange Eventful History. London: Allen & Unwin, 1968.
Batchelor, John. "'Honour', 'Dream' and 'Tragedy': Hamlet, La Vida es Sueno and Lord Jim." Lord Jim. London: Unwin Hyman, 1988. 160-186.
Bate, A. Jonathan. "The Politics of Romantic Shakespeare Criticism: Germany, England, France." European Romantic Review 1.1 (1990): 1-26.
Bate, Jonathan, ed. Shakespeare and the Twentieth Century: The Selected Proceedings of the International Shakespeare Association World Congress, Los Angeles 1996. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1998.
Bate, Jonathan. Shakespearean Constitutions: Politics, Theatre, Criticism 1730-1830. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989.
Bate, Jonathan. "Shakespearean Allusion in English Caricature in the Age of Gillray." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 49 (1986): 196-210.
Bate, Jonathan, and Eric Rasmussen, eds. William Shakespeare and Others: Collaborative Plays. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Bayard, Pierre. Enquête sur Hamlet: Le Dialogue de sourds. Paris: Minuit, 2002.
Beardsley Jr., Theodore S. "Isocrates, Shakespeare, and Calderón: Advice to a Young Man." Hispanic Review 2.2 (Spring 1974): 185-198.
Beizer, Janet. "Rewriting Ophelia: Fluidity, Madness, and Voice in Louise Colet's La Servante." Embodied Voices: Representing Female Vocality in Western Culture. Eds. Leslie Dunn and Nancy Jones. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994. 152-165.
Bell, Robert E. "Metamorphoses and Mussing Halves: Allusions in Paul Theroux' Picture Palace". Critique 22.3 (1981): 105-128.
Bernay, Michael. "Zur Lehre von den Citaten und Noten." Schriften zur Kritik und Litteraturgeschichte. 4 vols. Berlin: Behr, 1899. Vol. 4, 247-353.
Bertelsen, Lance. "David Garrick and English Painting." Eighteenth Century Studies 11 (1998): 308-324.
Bevington, David. Murder Most Foul: Hamlet Through the Ages. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.
Billi, Mirella. Il testo riflesso: La parodia nel romanzo inglese. Napoli: Liguori, 1993.
Blake, N. F. Shakespeare's Language: An Introduction. London and Basingstoke: Macmillan Press Ltd, 1983.
Bland, D.S. "Shakespeare at Street Level." Shakespeare Survey 19 (1966): 95-100.
Bloomfield, Morton W. "Quoting and Alluding: Shakespeare in the English Language." Shakespeare: Aspects of Influence. Ed. G. Blakemore Evans. Cambridge (Mass.): Harvard University Press, 1976. 1-20.
Blume, Bernhard. "Das ertrunkene Mädchen: Rimbauds Ophélie und die deutsche Literatur." Germanisch-Romanische Monatshefte 4 (1954): 108-119.
Boecker, Bettina. Shakespeare's elisabethanisches Publikum: Formen und Funktionen einer Fiktion der Shakespearekritik und -forschung. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer, 2006.
Boose, Lydia E. and Richard Burt, eds. Shakespeare, the Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, Video and DVD. London and New York: Routledge, 1997.
Briggs, Murray. "'He's Going to his Mother's Closet': Hamlet and Gertrude on Screen." Shakespeare Survey 45 (1993): 53-62.
Bristol, Michael. Shakespeare's America/America's Shakespeare. London: Routledge, 1990.
Brode, Douglas. Shakespeare in the Movies: From the Silent Era to the Present Day. Secaucus (New Jersey): Carol Publishing Group, 1999.
Brokoph-Mauch, Gudrun. "Salome and Ophelia: The Portrayal of Women in Art and Literature at the Turn of the Century." The Turn of the Century: Modernism and Modernity in Literature and the Arts. Eds. Christian Berg, Frank Durieux et al. Berlin: N.p., 1995. 466-474.
Brooks, Jean R. "Hamlet and Ophelia as Lovers: Some Interpretations on Page and Stage." Aligarh Critical Miscellany 4.1 (1991): 1-25.
Brown, John Russell. "Three Adaptations." Shakespeare Survey 13 (1960): 137-145.
Browne, Ray. "Shakespeare in the Nineteenth-Century Songsters." Shakespeare Quarterly 8 (1957): 207-218.
Brownson, Robert Charles. Techniques of Reference, Allusion, and Quotation in Thomas Mann's Doktor Faustus and William Gaddis' The Recognitions. Ph.D. thesis. University of Colorado, 1976.
Bugliani, Francesca. "Hamlet's Soliloquy 'To be or not to be'." Hamlet Studies 17.1-2 (Summer and Winter 1995): 10-42.
Bullough, Geoffrey, ed. Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1957-1975.
Bullough, Geoffrey. "'The Murder of Gonzago': A Probable Source for Hamlet." The Modern Language Review 30.4 (October 1935): 433-444.
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.
Burt, Richard. Shakespeares after Shakespeare: An Encyclopedia of the Bard in Mass Media and Popular Culture. 2 vols. Westport (Conn.) et al.: Greenwood Press, 2007.
Burt, Richard. Unspeakable Shaxxxspeares: Queer Theory and American Kiddie Culture. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1998.
Carter, Thomas. Shakespeare and Holy Scripture, with the Version He Used. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co. and London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1905.
Chambers, Edmund Kerchever. Sources for a Biography of Shakespeare. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1946.
Chaudhuri, Pramit. "Classical Quotation in Titus Andronicus." ELH 81.3 (Fall 2014): 787-810.
Cheng, Vincent John. Shakespeare and Joyce: A Study of Finnegans Wake. Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1984.
Clare, Janet. Shakespeare's Stage Traffic: Imitation, Borrowing and competition in Renaissance Theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Clare, John. Poems. Gen. ed. Eric Robinson. 5 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989.
Clare, John. The Later Poems of John Clare : 1837-1864. Ed. Eric Robinson. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984.
Clark, Sandra. Shakespeare Made Fit: Restoration Adaptations of Shakespeare. London et al.: Dent, 1997.
Corson, James Clarkson. Hester Lynch [...] Sources for Mrs. Piozzi's Allusions and Quotations. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983.
Craig, Hugh and Arthur F. Kinney. Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Cruttwell, Patrick. The Shakespearean Moment and Its Place in the Poetry of the Seventeenth Century. New York: Random House, 1960.
Dällenbach, Lucien. The Mirror in the Text. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989.
Davies, Anthony and Stanley Wells, eds. Shakespeare and the Moving Image: The Plays on Film and Television. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Dawson, Anthony B. "Much Ado about Signifying." Studies in English Literature 22 (1982): 201-212.
De Grazia, Margreta. Hamlet Without Hamlet. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Dietrich, Julia. Hamlet in the 1960s: An Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland, 1992.
Dietz, Hans-Ulrich. Rhetorik in der Phraseologie: Zur Bedeutung rhetorischer Stilelemente im idiomatischen Wortschatz des Deutschen. Reihe Germanistische Linguistik 205. Eds. Helmut Henne, Horst Sitta and Herbert Ernst Wiegand. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 1999.
Dowden, Edward. Shakspere: A Critical Study of His Mind and Art. London: H. S. King, 1875.
Drakakis, John. Alternative Shakespeares. 2nd ed. London: Routledge, 2002.
Einarsson, Stefan. "Shakespeare in Iceland: An Historical Survey." ELH 7.4 (December 1940): 272-285.
Evans, G. Blakemore. “Nashe and the Dram of Eale.” Notes and Queries (1953): 377-378.
Fairer, David. "Shakespeare in Poetry." Shakespeare in the Eighteenth Century. Eds. Fiona Ritchie and Peter Sabor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 99-117.
Fernández de Sevilla and José González, eds. Shakespeare en España: Crítica, Traducciones y Representaciones. Alicante: Universidad de Alicante, 1993.
Floyd-Wilson, Mary. "Ophelia and Femininity in the Eighteenth-Century: Dangerous Conjectures in Ill-Breeding Minds." Women's Studies 21 (1992): 397-409.
Foakes, R. A. "Hamlet" versus "Lear": Cultural Politics and Shakespeare's Art. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993.
Fontane, Theodor and Bernhard von Lepel. Der Briefwechsel. Ed. Gabriele Radecke. 2 vols. Berlin et al.: Walter de Gruyter, 2006.
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.
Fresco, Gaby Petrone. Shakespeare's Reception in 18th-Century Italy: The Case of Hamlet. European University Studies 70. Berne et al.: Peter Lang, 1993.
Friedrich, Hugo. Die Struktur der modernen Lyrik von der Mitte des neunzehnten bis zur Mitte des zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts. Rowohlt: Reinbek bei Hamburg, 1985.
Garber, Marjorie. Shakespeare and Modern Culture. New York: Pantheon, 2008.
Gates, W. B. "Shakespearean Elements in Irving's Sketch Book." American Literature 30.4 (January 1959): 450-458.
Gay, Penny. "Women and Eloquence in Shakespeare and Austen." Shakespeare 6.4 (December 2010): 463-477.
Gianakaris, C. J. "Stoppard's Adaptations of Shakespeare: Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth." Comparative Drama 18 (1984-85): 222-240.
Gillespie, Stuart. Shakespeare's Books: A Dictionary of Shakespeare Sources. London and New Brunswick (New Jersey): Athlone Press, 2001.
Giustiniani, Vito R. "Zitat und literarische Anspielung in der italienischen Lyrik." Ideen und Formen: Festschrift für Hugo Friedrich. Ed. Fritz Schalek. Frankfurt: Klostermann, 1965. 105-142.
Glaser, Hermann. Hamlet in der deutschen Literatur. Ph.D. thesis. University of Erlangen, 1952.
Glasheen, Adaline. Third Census of Finnegans Wake: An Index of the Characters and Their Roles. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1977.
Golder, John. "Hamlet in France 200 Years Ago." Shakespeare Survey 24 (1971): 79-86.
Gooch, Bryan Niel Shirley et al., eds. A Shakespeare Music Catalogue. 5 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991.
Goodale, Hope K. "Allusions to Shakespeare in Galdós." Hispanic Review 39.3 (July 1971): 249-260.
Grant, Cathy. As You Like It: Audio Visual Shakespeare. London: British Universities Film & Video Council, 1992.
Greenblatt, Stephen, ed. Cultural Mobility: A Manifesto. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Greenfield, Sayre. "ECCO-Locating the Eighteenth Century." The Eighteenth-Century Intelli­gencer 21.1 (2007): 1-9.
Grimm, Reinhold. "Montierte Lyrik." Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift 8 (1958): 178-192.
Grundy, Isobel. "Jane Austen and Literary Traditions." The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen. Eds. Edward Copeland and Juliet McMaster. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997. 170-188.
Guttman, Selma. The Foreign Sources of Shakespeare's Works: An Annotated Bibliography of the Commentary Written on this Subject between 1904 and 1940, together with Lists of Certain Translations Available to Shakespeare. New York: King's Crown Press, 1947.
Haley, David. "Gothic Armaments and King Hamlet's Poleaxe." Shakespeare Quarterly 29.3 (Summer 1978): 407-413.
Hall, William F. "Hawthorne, Shakespeare and Tess: Hardy's Use of Allusions and Reference." English Studies 52 (1971): 533-542.
Halliwell-Phillips, James Orchard. A Hand-book Index to the Works of Shakespeare, including references to the phrases, manners, customs, proverbs, &c., which are used or alluded to by the great dramatist. London: J. E. Adlard, 1866.
Halpern, Richard. Shakespeare among the Moderns. Ithaca (New York) et al.: Cornell University Press, 1997.
Hamlin, Hannibal. The Bible in Shakespeare. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
Hammelmann, Hanns. "Shakespeare's First Illustrators." Notes on British Art 2 (1968): 1-4.
Hankins, John Erskine. Shakespeare's Derived Imagery. Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 1953.
Hansen, William. Saxo Grammaticus and the Life of Hamlet. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 1983.
Hardy, Thomas. The Complete Poetical Works of Thomas Hardy. Ed. Samuel Hynes. Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1982-1995.
Hart, Alfred. Shakespeare and the Homilies and Other Pieces of Research into the Elizabethan Drama. New York: AMS Press, 1971. 1934.
Härtling, Peter, ed. Leporello fällt aus der Rolle. Frankfurt/Main: Fischer, 1971.
Hattaway, Michael, Boika Sokolova and Derek Roper, eds. Shakespeare in the New Europe. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994.
Hoesterey, Ingeborg. Pastiche: Cultural Memory in Art, Film, Literature. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001.
Holbrook, Peter. "Nietzsche's Hamlet." Shakespeare Survey 50 (1997): 171-186.
Holderness, Graham. "Shakespeare Rewound." Shakespeare Survey 45 (1993): 63-74.
Horri, Abbas. The Influence of Translation on Shakespeare's Reception in Iran: Three Farsi Hamlets and Suggestions for a Fourth. London: Middlesex University, 2003.
Izubuchi, Hiroshi. "A Hamlet of Our Own: Some Japanese Adaptations." Hamlet and Japan. Ed. Yoshiko Uéno. New York: AMS, 1995. 187-203.
Jackson, H. J. "An Important Annotated Boswell." The Review of English Studies, New Series 49.193 (February 1998): 9-22.
Jackson, H. J. "'Marginal Frivolities': Readers' Notes as Evidence for the History of Reading." Owners, Annotators and the Signs of Reading. Eds. Robin Myers et al. Newcastle: Oak Knoll Press; London: British Library, 2005. 137-151.
Johnson, David. Shakespeare and South Africa. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.
Johnson, Oakely C. Literary Allusion and Reference in Contemporary American Literature. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. University of Michigan (Anna Arbor), 1928.
Joyce, Elizabeth. "From Prince to Punk: Student Reception and the English Hamlet of the Mid-Century." New Comparison 2 (Autumn 1986): 31-41.
Julià, Eduardo. Shakespeare en España: Traducciones, imitaciones e influencia de las obras de Shakespeare en la literatura española. Madrid: Tipografía de la Revista de Archivos, Bibliotecas y Museos, 1918.
Kawachi, Yoshiko. "Hamlet in Japan: From Drama to Novel." Hamlet Studies 8 (1986): 65-76.
Kawachi, Yoshiko. Shakespeare Worldwide: Translation and Adaptation. Tokyo: Yushodo Shoten, 1986-1995.
Kiefer, Carol Solomon, ed. The Myth and Madness of Ophelia. Amherst (Mass.): Mead Art Museum, 2001.
Kindler, Simone. Ophelia: Der Wandel von Frauenbild und Bildmotiv. Berlin: Reimer Verlag, 2004.
King, Edmund G. C. "'Small-Scale Copyrights'? Quotation Marks in Theory and in Practice." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 98 (March 2004): 39-53.
Kishi, Testuo and Graham Bradshaw. Shakespeare in Japan. New York et al.: Continuum, 2005.
Klein, Holger and Christopher Smith, eds. The Opera and Shakespeare. Lewiston (New York): Edwin Mellen, 1994.
Kliman, Bernice W. Hamlet: Film, Television and Audio Performances. London: Associated Universities Press, 1988.
Klose, Dietrich. Habt ihr auch Schnupftücher genug bei euch? Shakespeare zum Vergnügen. Stuttgart: Reclam, 1999.
Klotz, Volker. "Zitat und Montage in neuerer Literatur und Kunst." Sprache im technischen Zeitalter 60 (1976): 259-77.
Kolin, Philip C., ed. Shakespeare and Southern Writers: A Study in Influence. Jackson (Miss.): University Press of Mississippi, 1985.
Lamb, Susan. "Applauding Shakespeare's Ophelia in the Eighteenth-Century: Sexual Desire, Politics, and the Good Woman." Women as Sites of Culture: Women's Roles in Cultural Formation from the Renaissance to the Twentieth-Century. Ed. Susan Shifrin. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002. 105-123.
Lambert, José. "Shakespeare en France au tournant du XVIIIe siècle: Un Dossier Européen." European Shakespeares: Translating Shakespeare in the Romantic Age. Eds. Dirk Delabastita and Lieven van D'hulst. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1993. 25-44.
Larson, Kenneth E. "Introduction: Traditions and New Directions in the Study of French and German Shakespeare Reception." Michigan Germanic Studies 15.2 (1989): 103-113.
Larson, Kenneth E. and Hansjörg R. Schelle, eds. The Reception of Shakespeare in Eighteenth-Century France and Germany. Ann Arbor: Dept. of Germanic Languages & Literatures, The University of Michigan, 1989.
Lavin, Carmen Alexandra. Quotations and Allusions in Robert Musil's Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften and Their Relationship to Motifs in the Novel. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. University of London, 1978.
Lawrence, Jason. Who the devil taught thee so much Italian? Italian Language Learning and Literary Imitation in Early Modern England. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2005.
Levin, Bernhard. Enthusiasms. London: Cape, 1983.
Lewis, Charlton. The Genesis of Hamlet. New York: N.p., 1907.
Lindley, David. Shakespeare and Music. London: The Arden Shakespeare, 2006.
Loquai, Frank. Hamlet und Deutschland: Zur literarischen Shakespeare-Rezeption in Deutschland im 20. Jahrhundert. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1993.
Lutz, Bruno von. Dramatische Hamlet-Bearbeitungen des 20. Jahrhunderts in England und den USA. Frankfurt am Main et al.: Peter Lang, 1980.
Lynch, Stephen J. Shakespearean Intertextuality: Studies in Selected Sources and Plays. Westport (Conn.): Greenwood Press, 1998.
Macrone, Michael. Brush Up Your Shakespeare! New York: Harper & Row, 1990.
Mallin, Eric S. "'You Kilt My Foddah': or Arnold, Prince of Denmark." Shakespeare Quarterly 50.2 (Summer 1999): 127-151.
Manvell, Roger. Shakespeare and the Film. London: Dent, 1971.
Mark, Thomas Raymond. Shakespeare in Hungary: A History of the Translation, Presentation, and Reception of Shakespeare's Dramas in Hungary, 1785-1878. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. Columbia University, 1955.
Marovitz, Sanford E. "Emerson's Shakespeare: From Scorn to Apotheosis." Emerson Centenary Essays. Ed. Joel Myerson. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1982. 122-155.
Marowitz, Charles. "Reconstructing Shakespeare or Harlotry in Bardolatry." Shakespeare Survey 40 (1988): 1-10.
Marowitz, Charles. "Shakespeare Recycled." Shakespeare Quarterly 38.4 (Winter 1987): 467-478.
Marsden, Jean L. The Re-Imagined Text: Shakespeare, Adaptation, and Eighteenth-Century Literary Theory. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1995.
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Maxwell, Julie. "Counter-Reformation Versions of Saxo: A New Source for Hamlet?" Renaissance Quarterly 57.2 (Summer 2004): 518-560.
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.
McCombie. Frank. "Hamlet and the 'Moriae Encomium'." Shakespeare Survey 27 (1974): 59-69.
McGinn, Donald Joseph. Shakespeare's Influence on the Drama of his Age, Studied in Hamlet. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1938.
McKenna, John J. and M. V. Peterson. "More Muddy Water: Wilson's Shakespeare in 'The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber'." Studies in Short Fiction 18 (1981): 82-85.
McKernan, Luke and Olwen Terris, eds. Walking Shadows: Shakespeare in the National Film and Television Archive. London: British Film Institute Publishing, 1994.
Medzhibovskaya, Inessa. "Hamlet's Jokes: Pushkin on 'Vulgar Eloquence'." The Slavic and East European Journal 41.4 (Winter 1997): 554-579.
Merchant, W. Moelwyn. "Francis Hayman's Illustrations of Shakespeare." Shakespeare Quarterly 9.2 (1959): 148-152.
Merchant, W. Moelwyn. Shakespeare and the Artist. London: Oxford University Press, 1959.
Merchant, W. Moelwyn. Shakespeare in Art: A Visual Approach to the Plays. Exhibition at Nottingham University Art Gallery 1961. Nottingham: Nottingham University, 1961.
Mieder, Wolfgang. Ver-kehrte Worte: Antizitate aus Literatur und Medien. Wiesbaden: Quelle und Meyer, 1997.
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Milward, Peter S. J. Biblical Influences in Shakespeare's Great Tragedies. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1987.
Minoru, Toyoda. Shakespeare in Japan: An Historical Survey. London: Japan Society of London, 1939.
Mitton, Madge. "'Murder Most Foul': Shakespeare in the Detective Novel." Shakespeare: Readers, Audiences, Players. Eds. R. S. White, Charles Edelman and Christopher Wortham. Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press, 1998. 47-55.
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Müller-Schwefe, Gerhard. Corpus Hamleticum: Shakespeares Hamlet im Wandel der Medien. Tübingen: Francke, 1987.
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Noble, Richmond. Shakespeare's Biblical Knowledge and Use of the Book of Common Prayer as Exemplified in the Plays of the First Folio. London: Society for promoting Christian knowledge, 1935.
Novy, Marianne, ed. Cross-Cultural Performances: Differences in Women's Re-Visions of Shakespeare. Urbana et al.: University of Illinois Press, 1993.
Novy, Marianne, ed. Transforming Shakespeare: Contemporary Women's Re-visions in Literature and Performance. Basingstoke: Macmillan Press, 1999.
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Parker, Patricia A. Shakespeare from the Margins: Language, Culture, Context. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996.
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Perret, Marion D. "'And Suit the Action to the Word': How a Comics Panel Can Speak Shakespeare." The Language of Comics: Word and Image. Eds. Robin Varnum and Christina T. Gibbons. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2001. 123-144.
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Pfister, Manfred. "Hamlet und der deutsche Geist: Die Geschichte einer politischen Interpretation." Shakespeare Jahrbuch West (1992): 13-38.
Plett, Bettina. Die Kunst der Allusion: Formen literarischer Anspielungen in den Romanen Theodor Fontanes. Köln: Böhlau, 1986.
Pressly, William L. A Catalogue of Paintings in the Folger Shakespeare Library. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1993.
Pujante, Ángel-Luis. "Spanish and European Shakespeares: Some Considerations." Actas del XXI Congreso Internacional AEDEAN. Ed. F. Toda Iglesia. Sevilla: Secretariado Publicaciones de la Universidad de Sevilla, 1999. 17-33.
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Robinson, Randal F. Hamlet in the 1950s: An Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland, 1984.
Ronk, Martha C. “Representations of Ophelia.” Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 36:1 (Winter 1994): 21-43.
Rosenthal, Daniel. 100 Shakespeare Films. British Film Institute, 2007.
Rosinger, Lawrence. "Hamlet and the Homilies." Shakespeare Quarterly 26.3 (Summer 1975): 299-301.
Rothwell, Kenneth S. and Annabelle Henkin Melzer. Shakespeare on Screen: An International Filmography and Videography. London: Mansell, 1990.
Rude, Donald. "Two Unreported Allusions to Shakespeare and Jonson." American Notes and Queries 16 (1978): 82-83.
Rüesch, Jürg Peter. Ophelia. Zum Wandel des lyrischen Bildes im Motiv der "navigatio vitae" bei Arthur Rimbaud und im deutschen Expressionismus. Zurich: Juris Verlag, 1964.
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