Sh, Earl, Jesuit

 


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Contents

Acknowledgments Introduction

Ch1

Ch2

Ch3

Ch4

Ch5

Ch6

Conclusion

Bibliography  Index   

SHAKESPEARE, THE EARL AND THE JESUIT

  John Klause  

 

   Contents

 

Acknowledgments  

Notes on the Text  (See below).

Introduction  

Chapter 1: Connections  

Chapter 2: Lucrece  

Chapter 3: Ephesus, Rome, and London  

Chapter 4: Hamlet  

Chapter 5: All’s Well that Ends Well  

Chapter 6: Measure for Measure  

Conclusion  

Notes. In the book these were placed at the end of the work, but in this on-line version they are at the end of each chapter and linked directly to the number in the text. Clicking on the footnote number will take you directly to it, and to return to the same place in the text, click on the number again at the heading of that note.


Notes on the Text
   

In quotations, there will be some inconsistency in the use of old and new spellings, for some texts have been cited from modern editions. The letters j and u in primary texts have been silently amended to i and v, in conformity with modern usage. Because italics are frequently employed in this study to signal parallels of language and ideas, they are usually added to the quoted text. Italic script in primary texts is changed to Roman where feasible, to avoid confusion.

The works of Robert Southwell are abbreviated as follows:
 
EC                   An Epistle of Comfort
EF                   An Epistle unto His Father
HS                  An Humble Supplication to Her Majestie
MMFT            Marie Magdalens Funeral Teares
SPC                Saint Peters Complaint
SR                   Short Rules of a Good Life
TD                  The Triumphs over Death
 

The Bible is cited from the Geneva version of 1587, except where noted, and where quotations contain a different translation.

The author may be contacted at john.l.klause@@hofstra.edu  Please delete one of the @s before sending.
Copyright  John Klause 2013.