Shakespeare and Rhetoric: Sources


Clark, Ira. Rhetorical Readings, Dark Comedies, and Shakespeare's Problem Plays. University Press of Florida, 2003. Ebook.

Como, James. "Rhetoric Renascent: Why Shakespeare Went to School." Arion: A Journal of Humanities and the Classics 23, no. 2 (2015): 35-54. Accessed May 21, 2020. [doi:10.2307/arion.23.2.0035].

Davis, Lloyd. "Rhetoric and Comic Personation in Shakespeare's Comedies." A Companion to Shakespeare's Works, Volume III : The Comedies. Edited by Richard Dutton and Jean E. Howard. John Wiley & Sons, 2003. 200-222. Ebook.

Enterline, Lynn. The Rhetoric of the Body from Ovid to Shakespeare. Cambridge University Press, 2000. Ebook.

Enterline, Lynn. Shakespeare's Schoolroom : Rhetoric, Discipline, Emotion. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011. Ebook.

Kemp, Sawyer K. ""in that Dimension Grossly Clad": Transgender Rhetoric, Representation, and Shakespeare." Shakespeare Studies 47, (2019): 120-13.

Lyne, Raphael. Shakespeare, Rhetoric and Cognition. Cambridge University Press, 2011. Ebook.

Mann, Jenny C. Outlaw Rhetoric : Figuring Vernacular Eloquence in Shakespeare's England. Cornell University Press, 2012. Ebook.

Newman, Karen. Shakespeare's Rhetoric of Comic Character. Taylor & Francis, 2005. Ebook.

Parker, Patricia. "Shakespeare and Rhetoric: 'Dilation' and 'Delation' in Othello." Shakespeare and the Question of Theory, edited by Geoffrey H. Hartman and Patricia Parker. Taylor & Francis, 1986. 55-74. Ebook.

Plett, Heinrich F. Rhetoric and Renaissance Culture. De Gruyter, 2004. Ebook.

Skinner, Quentin. Forensic Shakespeare. Oxford University Press, 2014. Ebook .

Waldman, Christina G. Francis Bacon's Hidden Hand in Shakespeare's the Merchant of Venice : A Study of Law, Rhetoric, and Authorship. Algora Publishing, 2018. Ebook.

Walker, William. "Anadiplosis in Shakespearean Drama." Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric, Vol. 35 No. 4, Autumn 2017; (pp. 399-424) DOI: 10.1525/rh.2017.35.4.399.

Wills, Garry. Rome and Rhetoric : Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Yale University Press, 2011. Ebook.

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