[Milton-L] M:DS- "brush up on your Shakespeare" - Cole Porter

Mario Murgia precious.bane at gmail.com
Sat Apr 16 19:14:19 EDT 2016


Dejar Angelica,
It may seem obvious, but *The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare *has a very
good entry for the play, with a brief yet illuminating section on stage
history. That might as well be a good starting point.
Greetings,
Mario

El sábado, 16 de abril de 2016, Duran, Angelica A <duran0 at purdue.edu>
escribió:

> Dear scholars,
>
> Given the broad knowledge of this group, I turn to you with a question
> about Shakespeare. The trusty *Riverside Shakespeare *(my 1974 copy) and*
> Oxford Companion to Shakespeare* (2001) both determine a likely late
> 1603-04 performance date of *Othello*. I am wondering, though, what the
> performance date of *Othello* was thought to be in 1830s and 1840s
> Western Europe and the Americas. I’d appreciate hearing from anyone who
> knows of the or a or many go-to resource(s) that might be helpful. Many
> thanks.
>
> --
> Adios,
> Angelica Duran
> Professor
> English, Comparative Literature, Religious Studies (Director, 2009-13)
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>

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