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Some of our favorite resources for teaching, reading, studying and enjoying Shakespeare.
 

Full E-texts of Shakespeare's Plays

The Folger Shakespeare Library
shakespeare.mit.edu
www.bartleby.com/70/
sydney.edu.au/engineering/it/~matty/Shakespeare/ 

Online Resources
Encyclopaedia Britannica, Shakespeare and the Globe
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet
Royal Shakespeare Company (England)
Shakespeare's Globe Education
Shakespeare's Life and Times
Shakespeare Online
Shakespeare in Action virtual lab
Shakespeare in Europe (Sh:in:E)
ThinkQuest 

Books on Teaching Shakespeare
Doona, John. A Practical Guide to Shakespeare for the Primary School. Routledge, 2012.
Gibson, Rex. Secondary School Shakespeare. Cambridge UP, 1990.
Gibson, Rex. Teaching Shakespeare. Cambridge UP,1998.
Gibson, Rex. Stepping into Shakespeare: Practical ways of teaching Shakespeare to younger learners. Cambridge UP, 2000.
Gibson, Rex & Field-Pickering, Janet. Discovering Shakespeare's Language. Cambridge UP, 1998.
Hill, Wayne & Ottchen, Cynthia. Shakespeare Insults: Educating Your Wit. Mainsail Press, Florida, 1994.
O'Brien, Peggy. Shakespeare Set Free. Folger Shakespeare Library. Washington Square Press, 1993.
O'Brien, Veronica. Teaching Shakespeare. London, 1982.
Shakespeare, William. All titles. Cambridge School Edition.
Stredder, James. The North Face of Shakespeare. Cambridge UP, 2009.

Shakespeare's Plays in Story Form
Garfield, Leon. Shakespeare Stories. Puffin Books, 1985.
Lamb, Charles & Lamb, Mary. Tales from Shakespeare. (1804) Puffin Books. 1994.
Nesbit, E. The Children's Shakespeare. Random House, New York. 1938.
Packer, Tina. Tales from Shakespeare. Scholastic, 2004.

Shakespeare: History, Criticism and Biography
Bentley, G.E. Shakespeare: A Biographical Handbook. 1951.
Boyce, Charles. Shakespeare A to Z. 1990.
Brown, Ivor. Shakespeare and the Actors. 1970.
Brown, John Russell. Shakespeare and his Theatre.
Campbell, Oscar James, ed. The Reader's Encyclopedia of Shakespeare. 1966.
Dobson, Michael, ed. The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare. 2001.
Epstein, Norrie. The Friendly Shakespeare. 1992.
Gurr, Andrew. The Shakespearean Stage, 1574-1642. 1980.
Muir, Kenneth and Samuel Schoenbaum, eds. A New Companion to Shakespeare Studies, 1985.
Taylor, Gary. Reinventing Shakespeare. 1989.
Thomson, Peter. Shakespeare's Theatre. 1983.
Wells, Stanley, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare Studies. 1986.

 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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