Literary Studies Reading List

MA Exam Reading List


Literary Studies 2013 - 2015


Exemplary Text:

 

Shakespeare, William. 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003.

 

Secondary Texts:

 

Note: All articles are available in the Norton Critical Edition cited above.

 

Barber, C.L. "Mingling Kings and Clowns." 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 347-359.

 

Bristol, Michael. "The Battle of Carnival and Lent." 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 359-366.

 

Greenblatt, Stephen. "Theater and Power." 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 284-312.

 

Howard, Jean E. and Rackin, Phyllis. "Gender and Nation." 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 409-433.

 

Highley, Christopher. "Defining the Nation." 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 433-452.

 

Hodgdon, Barbara. "Endings." 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 452-469.

 

Kastan, David Scott. " 'The King Hath Many Marching in His Coats,' or, What did You Do in the War Daddy?" 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 330-346.

 

Saccio, Peter. "Shakespearean History and the Reign of Henry IV." 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 167-183.

 

Tillyard, E.M. "The Second Tetralogy." 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 248-256.

 

Wilson, John Dover. "The Falstaff Myth." 1 Henry IV. Ed. Gordon McMullan. New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2003. 225-234.



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