The list below represents the contents of Hardy Cook's extensive collection of
Shakespearean and related material. It is updated by EMLS and made available by kind
permission of the SHAKSPER-L
Files Available on the SHAKSPER Fileserver (Updated December 7, 1998).
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Cook, Hardy M. "Jane Howell's BBC First Tetralogy: Theatrical and Televisual
Manipulation." Literature/Film Quarterly. 20 (1992): 326-331. (HOWELL BBC)
---. "The Politics of an Academic Discussion Group." A paper presented to the
"The Politics of the Electronic Text" seminar of the 1997 SAA conference in
Washington, D.C. (SAA1997 SHAKSPER)
---. Review of Janet Adelman's Suffocating Mothers: Fantasies of Maternal Origins in
Shakespeare's Plays, HAMLET to THE TEMPEST (New York and London: Routledge,
1992). Shakespeare Newsletter
(42.2, Summer 1992, 29-30). (MOTHERS REVIEW)
---. Review of The World Shakespeare Bibliography on CD-ROM." Appeared in Shakespeare
Newsletter (46.2, Summer 1996, 33-34) with some minor revisions. (WSBCD REVIEW)
---. "A Shakespearean in the Electronic Study." A paper presented to the
computing approaches seminar of the 1990 SAA conference in Philadelphia. (ELECTRON STUDY)
---. "'Take your choice of those that best can ayde your action": Editing and
the Electronic Text," a paper presented at the "The Electronic Text as a Tool in
Research and Teaching," paper session of the 1998 SAA Annual Meeting in Cleveland,
Ohio. (EDITING E_TEXTS)
---. "Two Lears for Television: An Exploration of Televisual
Strategies." Literature/Film Quarterly. 14 (1986):
179-186. Reprinted in Bulman and Coursen Shakespeare and Television: An Anthology of
Essays and Reviews, 122-129. (TWOLEARS FOR_TV)
---. "Valuing the Material Text: A Plea for a Change in Policy Concerning Selection
of Reference Texts for Future New Variorum Shakespeare Editions, with Examples from the
1609 Quarto of SHAKE-SPEARES SONNETS." A
paper presented to the "Shakespeare's Sonnets: Mapping Uncertainty" seminar of
the 1994 SAA conference in Albuquerque. (MATERIAL TEXT)
---. "Reformatting Hamlet: Creating a Q1 Hamlet for
Television." A paper presented to the "Reformatting the Bard" seminar of
the 1996 Sixth World Shakespeare Congress in Los Angeles. Published in The Shakespeare
Yearbook 8 (1997): 370-382. (REFORMAT HAMLET)
Culwell, Lori M. "The Role of the Clown in Shakespeare's Theatre" (ROLE CLOWN)
Evett, David. "Remembering Death: Deathbed Scenes in Shakespeare's Plays and the
Visual Tradition." Seminar Paper for Shakespeare and the Graphic Arts. 1994 Annual
Meeting of SAA. (DEATHBED SCENES)
Godshalk, William Leigh. "Twelfth Night: All or Nothing? What You Will,
It's All One -- Or Is It?" (12NIGHT ALLONOTH)
Green, Douglas E. "New-Minted Shakespeare: Old Currency in a New Classroom
Economy." 1993 SAA seminar paper. (CLASSRM
Hill, Harry. "The Mixture of 'High' and 'Low' Culture in Hamlet I,i: A
Close Reading." This paper was delivered at Popular Culture Association Meeting in
Syracuse, NY, on November 2nd 1995. (HIGH_LOW
Horton, Thomas B. (Thesis Abstract) A stylometric analysis of Shakespeare and Fletcher.
Lancashire, Ian. "The Public Domain Shakespeare." Paper presented at 1992 MLA
Session on Electronic Archives. (LANCSHIR PD
Lakowski, Ramuald I. "The Misogyny of Richard III in More's History of King
Richard III and Shakespeare's King Richard the Third." (MORESHAK RICHARD3)
Lamonico, Michael. "Teaching Shakespeare with a Computer" and "Seek Me
Out By Computation." (COMPUTER TEACHING)
Leslie, Robert W. "Shakespeare's Italian Dream: Cinquecento Sources for A
Midsummer Night's Dream." (ITALIAN DREAM)
Loughlin, Thomas W. "Shakespeare by Mail: An Experience in Distance Learning Using
Electronic Mail." (LEARNING BY_EMAIL)
McKenzie, Stanley D. "The Prudence and Kinship of Prince Hal and John of Lancaster
in 2 Henry IV." (PRUDENCE KINSHIP)
Matsuba, Stephen. "`The Cunning Pattern of Excelling Nature': Literary Computing
and Shakespeare's Sonnets." A paper presented at the ALLC/ICCH conference, "The
Dynamic Text," Toronto Canada, June 1989. (COMPUTER
Richman, David. "The King Lear Quarto in Rehearsal and Performance"
This essay an April, 1985, production and was published in Shakespeare Quarterly
Autumn, 1986. (Q1LEAR PERFORM)
Schneider, Ben Ross. "Granville's Jew of Venice (1701): A Close Reading of
Shakespeare's Merchant." (GRANVILL JEW_OF_V)
---. Shakespeare's Morality (a work in progress in five chapters).
Chapter One: "Shakespeare was a Stoic" (MORAL.SHAKES-1);
Chapter Two: "Shylock Is Us" (MORAL.SHAKES-2);
Chapter Three: "King Lear and the Culture of Justice" (MORAL.SHAKES-3);
Chapter Four: "Henry IV, 1 & 2: The Education of a Prince" (MORAL.SHAKES-4);
Chapter Five: "Hal Imitates The Sun" (MORAL.SHAKES-5)
Shand, G.B. Skip. "Queen of the First Quarto." Performance-oriented study of
the Queen in the first Quarto Hamlet.
Abstract: SHAND ABSTRACT; Paper: HAMLETQ1 QUEEN
Steele, Kenneth B. "Vowing, Swearing, and Superpraising of Parts: Petrarch and
Pyramus in the Woods of Athens." Paper delivered at the 14th Annual Patristic,
Medieval and Renaissance Conference, Villanova, Pennsylvania, September 1989. (PETRARCH PYRAMUS)
---. "`This Falls Out Better Than I Could Devise': Play-bound Playwrights and the
Nature of Shakespearean Comedy." An expanded version of a paper contributed to the
ludic elements seminar at the 1990 SAA Conference in Philadelphia. (SURROGAT PLAYWRIT)
---. "'Leaden Contemplation': Ambiguous Evidence of Revision in Q1 Love's Labour's
Lost." Textual study of passages of duplication in Q1 LLL.
Abstract: STEELE ABSTRACT; Paper: LLL-Q1 REVISION
---. "`The Letter was not Nice but Full of Charge': Towards an Electronic Facsimile
of Shakespeare." A paper presented at the ALLC/ICCH conference, "The Dynamic
Text," Toronto Canada, June 1989. (DYNAMIC
---. "`Look What Thy Memory Cannot Contain': The Shakespeare Electronic Text
Archive." _Shakespeare Bulletin_ 7:5 (September/ October 1989): 25-8. (WCRUNCHR SHAKSPER)
Strickland, Ron. "Teaching Shakespeare Against the Grain." A shorter version
appeared in Teaching Shakespeare Today: Practical Approaches and Productive Strategies.
Eds. James Davis and Ronald Salomone. Urbana: National Council of Teachers of English,
1993. (AGAINST THEGRAIN)
Urkowitz, Stephen. "'Do me the kindnes to looke vpon this' and 'Heere, read, read':
An Invitation to the Pleasures of Textual/ Sexual Di(Per)versity." Paper presented to
the 1991 SAA in Vancouver. (URKOWITZ RJ-MWW)
Waller, Gary. "Teaching the Late Plays as Family Romance." (FAMILY ROMANCE)
Wylie, Jessica. Faires and Gods": A Socio-Religious Context for King Lear."
SONNETS 1609Q: A transcription of the 1609
Quarto of Shakespeare's Sonnets, contributed to the public domain by Hardy M.
Cook. Untagged Version.
SONNETS TAG1609Q: A fully tagged text of the
1609 Quarto of Shakespeare's Sonnets, contributed to the public domain by Hardy
M. Cook. Tagged Version.
HENRY8 FOLIO1: A thoroughly tagged text of the
1623 First Folio text of Shakespeare's Henry VIII, contributed to the public
domain by Thomas B. Horton.
CORNMARK ERRORS: Text of Thomas Hull's
(1728-1808) adaptation of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors entered from Cornmarket
Press's 1971 facsimile, contributed to the public domain by Thomas B. Horton.
CIBBER R3: Text of Colly Cibber's Richard III
transcribed by Thomas Dale Keever.
FUNERAL ELEGY: W[illiam] S[hakespeare], "A
Funeral Elegy for Master William Peter," (London: G.Eld for T.Thorpe, 1612).
Normalized text, ed. Donald Foster.
FORD ELEGIES Ford, John. "Fame's
Memorial," "John Ford in commendation of his very good friend the Author,"
"On the Best of English Poets, Ben Jonson," and "A memorial offered to that
man of virtue, Sir Thomas Overbury." Transcribed by Patrick Gillespie.
These files contains an Electronic Workbook record of the work of "Shakespeare and
the Languages of Performance" -- an NEH Seminar that met at the Folger Shakespeare
Library from September 1992 through May 1993.
CAHIERS INDEX Subject Index to the first twenty
years of Cahiers Élisabéthains, volumes 1 to 40 (1972-1991). The index was
compiled by Angela R. Maguin and prepared for electronic distribution on SHAKSPER by Luc
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