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Re: Writings on Timon of Athens
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.2633  Tuesday, 20 November 2001

[1]     From:   Markus Marti <
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        Date:   Monday, 19 Nov 2001 21:26:02 +0100
        Subj:   Re: SHK 12.2625 Writings on Timon of Athens

[2]     From:   John Velz <
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        Date:   Monday, 19 Nov 2001 19:28:29 -0600
        Subj:   Timon of Athens Scholarship

[3]     From:   Sarah Stanton <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 20 Nov 2001 09:19:14 +0000
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[4]     From:   Fran Barasch <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 20 Nov 2001 09:11:32 EST
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From:           Markus Marti <
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Date:           Monday, 19 Nov 2001 21:26:02 +0100
Subject: 12.2625 Writings on Timon of Athens
Comment:        Re: SHK 12.2625 Writings on Timon of Athens

> I was wondering if you knew of any scholarly writings on Timon of Athens
> that are post-1986?  I have an annotated bibliography of materials
> before then, but have only been able to find one or two things using
> libraries or search engines.
>
> Scott Andrew Hutchins

Rusziewicz, I think? Well, there are also:

Hunt, John Dixon, "Shakespeare and the Paragone", in "Images of
Shakespeare, Proceedings of the Third Congress of the International Sh.
Association", ed. Werner Habicht et al. , Delaware, 1988.

Kahn, Coppelia, "'Magic of bounty', Timon of Athens, Jacobean Patronage,
and Maternal Power", in Sh. Quarterly 38 (1987)

Nutall, A. D., Timon of Athens (Hemel Hempstead 1989), Harvester New
Critical Introductions to Shakespeare.

Markus Marti

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From:           John Velz <
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Date:           Monday, 19 Nov 2001 19:28:29 -0600
Subject:        Timon of Athens Scholarship

Scott Hutchins asks about scholarship on Tim. since 1986.  One piece
that comes to mind is John C. Briggs "Within Athens' Shadow: The Ghost
of Plutarch in Shakespeare's Timon of Athens."  in Mary Ann McGrail ed.
Shakespeare's Plutarch (id. est Poetica 48) Tokyo: Shubun International,
1997.  Pp. 119-140.

I hope others will join in on this effort to compile a bibliography.

Cheers,
John

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From:           Sarah Stanton <
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Date:           Tuesday, 20 Nov 2001 09:19:14 +0000
Subject:        Re: Timon of Athens

To Scott Andrew Hutchins:

Earlier this year we published a new scholarly edition of 'Timon of
Athens', edited by Karl Klein, in the New Cambridge Shakespeare. The
volume offers a long introduction and ample commentary. Perhaps this
will help you in your search for recent scholarship on the play. The
book can be ordered from Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521 294045

Sarah Stanton
Cambridge University Press
http://www.cambridge.org

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Date:           Tuesday, 20 Nov 2001 09:11:32 EST
Subject: 12.2625 Writings on Timon of Athens
Comment:        Re: SHK 12.2625 Writings on Timon of Athens

Recent articles on Timon:

There are quite a few listed in World Shakespeare Bibliography, such as
articles by Briggs (1997), L. Lerner (1997),  K. Newman (1998),
Bevington and Smith (1999).   Additionally, look for discussions in new
books by Leinwand (1999), K. Schwarz (2000).   Good luck, Fran Barasch

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From:           Hardy M. Cook <
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Date:           Tuesday, November 20, 2001
Subject: 12.2625 Writings on Timon of Athens
Comment:        Re: SHK 12.2625 Writings on Timon of Athens

Using EndNote, I searched the MLA Bibliography for research on Timon of
Athens since 1986.

I spent less than three minutes compiling this bibliography. When I was
an undergraduate during the 1960s, I would have spent about forty hours
with index cards and the bound copies of the MLA Bibliography to
accomplish the same task. We've come along way.

I could have extended my search to the Folger Library Collection and
included those hits in my list. However, I cannot, at this time, do a
similar search on the World Shakespeare Bibliography Online, so I once
again make a plea that the next iteration of the Online WSB be Z39.50
"client" compliant to enable bibliographic software searching of this
sort.

Here are the MLA Bibliography results:

Adair, Tom. "Shakespeare's Horatian Poet." Notes and Queries 45 (243).3
(1998): 353-55.

Ansari, A. A. "The Protagonist's Dilemma in Timon of Athens." The
Aligarh Journal of English Studies 11.2 (1986): 142-61.

Antonello, Massimo. "Tre Versioni Montaliane Da Shakespeare: La Commedia
Degli Errori, Timone D'atene E Il Racconto D'inverno." Annali della
Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa: Classe di Lettere e Filosofia 20.4
(1990): 983-1014.

Bentley, Gregory Wayne. "Shakespeare and the New Disease: The Dramatic
Function of Syphilis in Troilus and Cressida, Measure for Measure and
Timon of Athens." Dissertation Abstracts International 47.2 (1986):
534A.

Bevington, David. "James I and Timon of Athens." Comparative Drama 33.1
(1999): 56-87.

Biggs, Murray. "Adapting Timon of Athens." Shakespeare Bulletin: A
Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship 10.2 (1992): 5-10.

Billington, Sandra. "Was Timon of Athens Performed before 1604?" Notes
and Queries 45 (243).3 (1998): 351-53.

Briggs, John C. "Within Athens' Shadow: The Ghost of Plutarch in
Shakespeare's Timon of Athens." Poetica: An International Journal of
Linguistic-Literary Studies 48 (1997): 119-40.

Cersowsky, Peter. "Schillers Rauber Und Shakespeares Timon Von Athen."
Arcadia: Zeitschrift fur Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft 25.2
(1990): 127-36.

Charney, Maurice. "Coriolanus and Timon of Athens." Shakespeare: A
Bibliographical Guide. Ed. Stanley Wells. Oxford: Clarendon, 1990.
295-320.

Chorost, Michael. "Biological Finance in Shakespeare's Timon of Athens."
English Literary Renaissance 21.3 (1991): 349-70.

Churchward, Dale G. F. "Representing 'Shakespearean' Discourse: Hamlet,
Cymbelline, Timon of Athens and Lucrece." Dissertation Abstracts
International 54.2 (1993): 529A-30A.

Cohen, Derek. "The Politics of Wealth: Timon of Athens." Neophilologus
77.1 (1993): 149-60.

Dersofi, Nancy. "Staging Timon the Misanthrope." Fortune and Romance:
Boiardo in America. Eds. Jo Ann Cavallo, Charles Ross and Allen
Mandelbaum. Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University, 1998. 329-38.

---. "Staging Timon the Misanthrope." Fortune and Romance: Boiardo in
America. Eds. Jo Ann Cavallo, Charles Ross and Allen Mandelbaum.
Binghamton, NY: Center for Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies,
1998. 329-38.

Devlin, Eugene. "Timon of Athens: The Theme in Humanist Letters and on
the College Stage of the Jesuits in the Sixteenth Century." Studies in
the Humanities 14.1 (1987): 46-53.

Elam, Keir. "'in What Chapter of His Bosom?': Reading Shakespeare's
Bodies." Alternative Shakespeares, Ii. Eds. Terence Hawkes and John
Drakakis. London, England: Routledge, 1996. 140-63.

Fischer, Sandra K. "'Cut My Heart in Sums': Shakespeare's Economics and
Timon of Athens." Money: Lure, Lore, and Literature. Ed. John Louis
DiGaetani. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1994. 187-95.

Fontana, Ernest. "Shakespeare's Sonnet 55." Explicator 45.3 (1987): 6-8.

Greene, Jody. "'You Must Eat Men': The Sodomitic Economy of Renaissance
Patronage." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 1.2 (1994):
163-97.

Hanna, Sara. "Shakespeare's Greek World: The Temptations of the Sea."
Playing the Globe: Genre and Geography in English Renaissance Drama.
Eds. John Gillies and Virginia Mason Vaughan. Madison, NJ--London,
England: Fairleigh Dickinson UP--Associated UP, 1998. 107-28.

Holdsworth, R. V. "Biblical Allusions in Timon of Athens and Thomas
Middleton." Notes and Queries 37 (235).2 (1990): 188-92.

Huang, Bikang. "Understanding Shakespeare's Timon of Athens." Waiguoyu
2.66 (1990): 18-21.

Hunt, John Dixon. "Shakespeare and the Paragone: A Reading of Timon of
Athens." Images of Shakespeare. Eds. Werner Habicht, et al. Newark: U of
Delaware P, 1988. 47-63.

James, Max H. 'Scarce Truth Enough Alive': Shakespeare's Contemporary
Search for Truth and Trust. Pittsburgh, PA: Dorrance, 1995.

Kahn, Coppelia. "'Magic of Bounty': Timon of Athens, Jacobean Patronage,
and Maternal Power." Shakespeare Quarterly 38.1 (1987): 34-57.

Mellamphy, Ninian. "Wormwood in the Wood Outside Athens: Timon and the
Problem for the Audience." "Bad" Shakespeare: Revaluations of the
Shakespeare Canon. Ed. Maurice Charney. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh
Dickinson UP, 1988. 166-75.

Misenheimer, Carolyn. "A Slight Enigma: Timon of Athens in Lambs' Tales
from Shakespeare." Charles Lamb Bulletin 70 (1990): 203-06.

Newman, Karen. "Rereading Shakespeare's Timon of Athens at the Fin De
Siecle." Shakespeare and the Twentieth Century. Eds. Jonathan Bate, et
al. Newark, DE--London, England: U of Delaware P--Associated UP, 1998.
378-89.

Newman, Rafael Francis David Amadeus. "The Visible God: Allegories of
Wealth in Works by Aristotle, Plautus, Lucian and Shakespeare."
Dissertation Abstracts International 55.4 (1994): 957A.

Nuttall, A. D. Timon of Athens. Twayne's New Critical Introductions to
Shakespeare. Boston: Twayne, 1989.

Ruskiewicz, John. "'Traffic's Thy God': Wealth and Rhetoric in Timon of
Athens." Conference of College Teachers of English Studies 51 (1986):
20-26.

Smith, M. W. A. "The Authorship of Timon of Athens." Text: Transactions
of the Society for Textual Scholarship 5 (1991): 195-240.

Sorg, Bernhard. Der Kunstler Als Misanthrop: Zur Genealogie Einer
Vorstellung. Untersuchungen Zur Deutschen Literaturgeschichte. Tubingen:
Niemeyer, 1989.

---. Der Kunstler Als Misanthrop: Zur Genealogie Einer Vorstellung.
Untersuchungen Zur Deutschen Literaturgeschichte. Tubingen: Niemeyer,
1989.

Tambling, Jeremy. "Hating Man in Timon of Athens." Essays in Criticism:
A Quarterly Journal of Literary Criticism 50.2 (2000): 145-68.

Trenti, Luigi. "Libripeta Misantropo: Nota All'intercenale Albertiana
'Religio'." Rassegna della Letteratura Italiana 91.1 (1987): 39-45.

Wallace, John M. "Timon of Athens and the Three Graces: Shakespeare's
Senecan Study." Modern Philology: A Journal Devoted to Research in
Medieval and Modern Literature 83.4 (1986): 349-63.

Ward, Royal. "Timon of Athens." Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of
Performance Criticism and Scholarship 9.4 (1991): 28-31.

Waters, D. Douglas. "Shakespeare's Timon of Athens and Catharsis." The
Upstart Crow 8 (1988): 93-105.

Wilcher, Robert. "Timon of Athens: A Shakespearian Experiment." Cahiers
Elisabethains: Late Medieval and Renaissance Studies 34 (1988): 61-78.

Williams, John. "Conviviality and the Escape from Truth: Melville's Use
of 'Timonism' in the Confidence-Man." Publications of the Arkansas
Philological Association 22.1 (1996): 87-110.

Wilson, Luke. "Promissory Performances." Renaissance Drama 25 (1994):
59-87.

---. Theaters of Intention: Drama and the Law in Early Modern England.
Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, 2000.

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