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Double Falshood
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.0916  Wednesday, 21 April 2004

From:           Mac Jackson <
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Date:           Wednesday, 21 Apr 2004 12:36:40 +1200
Subject: 15.0902 Double Falshood
Comment:        RE: SHK 15.0902 Double Falshood

James Doyle asks whether "the weight of scholarly opinion" agrees that
Double Falsehood is based on the lost Cardenio. Well, the Oxford Textual
Companion (1987) took this view, giving sound reasons for doing so.
Subsequent to the Kokowski article, there was A. Luis Pajuante, "Double
Falsehood and the Verbal Parallels with Shelton's Don Quixote",
Shakespeare Survey 51 (1998), 95-105. The topic is also treated by Peter
Seary in Lewis Theobald and the Editing of Shakespeare (Oxford, 1990)
and Jonathan Hope in The Authorship of Shakespeare's Plays (Cambridge,
1994).

Mac Jackson

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