Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.2403 Friday, 19 December 2003
From: Steve Roth <
Date: Thursday, 18 Dec 2003 09:12:31 -0800
Subject: 14.2393 Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist
Comment: Re: SHK 14.2393 Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist
>probably more accurate to say competitive _title_ rather than _text_,
Yes much better. Thanks.
>interested to know if Erne argues a similar case for any other
>folio-only early plays, such as _Comedy of Errors_?
His discussion of pre-Chamberlain's plays addresses them all, but it's
more than I can re-create here. On Errors, he argues that its
publication would have been enjoined by the June 1594 entry for Warner's
"Menaechmi," citing (among other things) the "Gesta Grayorum" comment on
the two works' equivalence as evidence.
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