The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.2516 Wednesday, 31 October 2001
Date: Tuesday, 30 Oct 2001 14:40:21 -0800
Subject: 1914 Oxford & 1911 Globe Shakespeare Online
>No. The teacher can go here: http://tech-two.mit.edu/Shakespeare/ For
>the texts of the complete works and copy and paste like I've done here:
If anyone is still using those horrible "Moby" texts, you'll be pleased
to know you can stop now. There are two decent modern-spelling, edited
editions available for free in electronic form
Bartelby.com has the 1914 Oxford text (Ed. W. J. Craig) up for free.
(It's especially well-HTMLed, including line-number tags for
There's also the 1911 Globe edition on Perseus. Based on the 1895 (?)
text edited by William George Clark and William Aldis Wright.
Hyperlinked to a couple of Shakespeare glossaries.
(There are also a couple of plays from the Furness editions here, plus a
These aren't as good as the more modern editions, but they're pretty
respectable. Bartelby's web interface is much easier to use and much
>There are several
>non-copyright versions available
These are the only modern, edited editions that I'm aware of for free,
online. Any I've missed?
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