Henry IV Part 1

Notes

  1. ^ Saccio, pp. 47–50.
  2. ^ Weil and Weil, p 1.
  3. ^ Henry IV, Part 1, 1.3.137, in Bevington (1997).
  4. ^ Henry IV, Part 1, 4.3.30, 4.4.19, in Bevington (1997).
  5. ^ Henry IV, Part 1, 4.2.12, in Bevington (1997)
  6. ^ Henry IV, Part 1, 4.2.64, in Bevington (1997).
  7. ^ Henry IV, Part 1, 5.4.110ff., in Norton (2008).
  8. ^ Henry IV, Part 1, 5.4.138ff., in Norton (2008).
  9. ^ Henry IV, Part 1, 55.19, in Bevington (1997).
  10. ^ Henry IV, Part 1, 5.5.28ff., in Norton (2008).
  11. ^ a b Kastan, p.340
  12. ^ Weil and Weil, p. 4.
  13. ^ Leaving aside MS Harley 7368 of the British Library containing the text of the play Sir Thomas More if this play does indeed contain a contribution by Shakespeare. Folios 8-9a of that manuscript, which contain the part supposed to be by Shakespeare, have even been suggested to be a Shakespeare autograph. For further information see the Wikipedia article dedicated to the play.
  14. ^ Halliday, Shakespeare Companion, p. 135.
  15. ^ Sisk 520.
  16. ^ Sanders 31.
  17. ^ Duthie 141.
  18. ^ Auden, W. H. 205.
  19. ^ Scoufos, Shakespeare's Typological Satire, p. 191.
  20. ^ Halliday, Shakespeare Companion, p. 107; Scoufos, p. 99.
  21. ^ "BFI Screenonline: An Age of Kings". Retrieved 2012-07-04. 
  22. ^ "BFI Screenonline: Henry IV Part 1 (1979)". Retrieved 2012-07-04. 
  23. ^ "Cultural Olympiad 2012: Shakespeare's History Plays", BBC Media Centre, 24 November 2011. Retrieved 2012-07-04.
  24. ^ Jones, Kenneth (27 August 2008). "Matt Sax's Hip-Hop Musical 'Clay' Plays KC Prior to NYC". Playbill On-Line. Retrieved 10 September 2008. 

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