Franklin &  Marshall College Library

TDF 489: Shakespeare Seminar

Tentative Topics

Music in Shakespeare
Female characters in disguise
Physical violence and the Shakespearean protagonist
Film and stage history
Freudian criticism
Pastoral
Alchemy
"Winter's Tale" (title approach)

Print Resources

Historical Dictionary of the Elizabethan World
Ref DA 357 .W34

Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians
Ref ML 100 .N48

Shakespeare A to Z
Ref PR 2892 .B69 1990

The Columbia Dictionary of Quotations from Shakespeare
Ref PR 2892 .F48 1998

Shakespeare Index: An Annotated Bibliography...
Ref PR 2894 .S25 Z2 1992

Who's who in Shakespeare's England
Ref PR2910 .P3 1999

Shakespearean Criticism
Ref PR 2965 .S43

Online Resources

Library Catalog
Try Shakespeare as a Subject Heading search to get a sense of the range of materials. You may need to broaden the scope of your Keyword search to get at materials you want.

Humanities Full Text
Indexes over 300 English-language periodicals covering classical studies, history, literature, performing arts, philosophy, and related fields. Covers 1984 to the present.

(MLA) Modern Languages Association: Bibliography
The Modern Language Association's index of literature, languages, and folklore. Covers 1963 to the present.

Project Muse
Searchable access to scholarly journals in the arts and humanities, social sciences, and mathematics.

JSTOR
Full-text collection of core journals in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Mathematics.

Grove Art Online
Online version of the 34-volume text covering all forms of the visual arts from prehistory to the 1990s. Includes 41,000 articles and 10,000 color images.

PsycFIRST
This is a longshot. You might find "Freud-related" materials here that might have connections to literature.

Online Journals

New Theatre Quarterly
PAJ (Journal of Performance and Art)
Shakespeare Quarterly
TDR (The Drama Review)
Theater
Theatre Journal
Theatre Topics

Shakespeare Websites

Surfing With the Bard
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Shakespeare's monologues
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet
William Shakespeare's Complete Works
Shakespeare and English Renaissance Texts

Last updated: 3/28/01 ag, contact Andy Gulati for assistance, 291-4261