The Shakespeare’s section of The Year’s Work in English Studies has now been published online. I have contributed the Shakespeare’s Tragedies part (pp. 81-98) of this section. This Year’s Work covers work published in 2014. The stand-out monograph was Simon Palfrey’s Poor Tom: Living ‘King Lear’.
See the section here.
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This chapter has four sections: 1. Editions and Textual Studies; 2. Shakespeare in the Theatre; 3. Shakespeare on Screen; 4. Criticism. Section 1 is by Gabriel Egan; section 2 is by Peter J. Smith; section 3 is by Elinor Parsons; section 4(a) is by Elisabetta Tarantino; section 4(b) is by Daniel Cadman; section 4(c) is by Arun Cheta; section 4(d) is by Gavin Schwartz-Leeper; section 4(e) is by Johann Gregory; section 4(f) is by Sheilagh Ilona O’Brien; section 4(g) is by Louise Geddes.Follow @DrJ_Gregory