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    Books on Shakespeare

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    All Things Shakespeare - Kirstin Olsen
    Call Number: REF 822.3 SHA
    ISBN: 0313324190
    Publication Date: 2002
    Presents approximately one hundred alphabetized entries describing items and customs in Shakespeare's England, and includes period illustrations and related charts and tables.

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    Shakespeare's Characters for Students - Catherine C. Dominic (Contribution by)
    Call Number: REF 822.3 SHA
    ISBN: 0787613002
    Publication Date: 1997
    A guide to the major and minor characters of Shakespeare's plays, arranged alphabetically by work. Includes act-by-act plot summaries and an essay on significant themes in each piece.

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    Shakespeare's Language - Eugene F. Shewmaker
    Call Number: 822.3 SHE
    ISBN: 0816032769
    Publication Date: 1996
    A glossary with 15,000 entries providing definitions of words and phrases as they are used in the texts of Shakespeare's poems and plays.

    Shakespeare's World and Work - John F. Andrews (Editor)
    Call Number: REF 822.3 SHA
    ISBN: 0684806266
    Publication Date: 2001
    Presents alphabetized, cross-referenced, illustrated entries on Shakespeare's life and texts, and Renaissance England.


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