|AN EXTREMELY USEFUL and interesting
starting point for any study of the illustration of Shakespeare. Includes
color pictures, information about the artists, and a lengthy bibliography.
The information is organized efficiently: you can search by play title
or by artist's name. Pluses: if you're teaching Shakespeare, this is a
website that undergraduates would probably find interesting. Also, it includes
good resources for further research and the information is easily accessible.
Limitations: this is a limited sample, with no explanation or warning of
just how limited the sample is. If there is a selection principle at work
here, it isn't explained. (Rachel Mines.)
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Department of English, University of Minnesota
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Created 25 November 1997
Revised 7 May 2000