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The Shakespeare Name Dictionary

The Shakespeare Name Dictionary
Your Price: $49.95 CDN
Author: J. Madison Davis, Daniel A. Frankforter
Publisher: Routlege
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 533
Pub. Date: 2004
ISBN-10: 0415971144
ISBN-13: 9780415971140

About the Book:

From characters, animals and buildings to officials, geographic locations, and much more, The Shakespeare Name Dictionary is the complete guide to names in all of Shakespeare's plays. Scholars J. Madison Davis and Daniel A. Frankforter identify each name in readable, comprehensive entries with line references keyed to the Oxford Shakespeare. With full coverage, this is the ultimate guide to Shakespeare's plays.

What people say:

"The Dictionary, a valuable addition to the seemingly saturated field of Shakespeare reference, explains it all in engaging, informative articles." — Wilson Library Bulletin

"Davis and Frankforter list "every name, proper adjective, official title, literary and musical title, and place name" appearing in Shakespeare's plays and poems. Packed with information, recommended for all levels." — Choice

"A guide to the historical, mythological, fictional, and geographic references that appear in Shakespeare's complete plays and poems, covering every name, proper adjective, official title, literary and mystical title, and place name. Entries describe historical and mythological allusions, examine the Shakespearean slant given to a person or place, and suggest various interpretations of a name. Historical individuals are described according to what is presently known about their lives. Shakespeare's deviations from historical facts are pointed out, as well as their likely origin." — Book News

About the Author:

J. Madison Davis is Professor in the Professional Writing Program and Director of Curriculum and Instruction at the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma.

A. Daniel Frankforter is Professor of History at Pennsylvania State University.