Macbeth

Notes

Citations

Unless otherwise specified, all citations of Macbeth refer to Muir (1984), and of other works of Shakespeare refer to Wells and Taylor (2005).

  1. ^ Harold Bloom. Bloom's Shakespeare Through the Ages: Macbeth, Infobase Publishing, New York, New York, 2008.
  2. ^ a b c d Harold Bloom. Bloom's Shakespeare Through the Ages: Macbeth, p. 41, Infobase Publishing, New York, New York, 2008.
  3. ^ Muir, Kenneth, ed. (1984) [1951] Macbeth. The Arden Shakespeare, Second Series, 11th ed., p. xxxvi.
  4. ^ Orgel (2002, 33)
  5. ^ Coursen (1997, 11–13)
  6. ^ Coursen (1997, 15–21)
  7. ^ Coursen (1997, 17)
  8. ^ a b Nagarajan, S. (1956). "A Note on Banquo". Shakespeare Quarterly 7 (4): 371–376. doi:10.2307/2866356. JSTOR 2866356. 
  9. ^ Palmer, J. Foster (1886). "The Celt in Power: Tudor and Cromwell". Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 3: 343–370. doi:10.2307/3677851. 
  10. ^ Maskell, D. W. (1971). "The Transformation of History into Epic: The 'Stuartide' (1611) of Jean de Schelandre". The Modern Language Review 66 (1): 53–65. JSTOR 3722467. 
  11. ^ Braunmuller (1997). Macbeth (PDF). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 2–3. ISBN 0-521-29455-X. 
  12. ^ Brooke (2008, 59–64)
  13. ^ a b Wills, Garry. Witches and Jesuits: Shakespeare's Macbeth. New York: Oxford UP, 1995. Print.
  14. ^ Crawford, Robert. "Review: NON-FICTION: Signifying Nothing: The Whole Truth about Macbeth is Not enough for Robert Crawford: Macbeth, A True Story by Fiona Watson 320pp, Quercus, Pounds 20." The Guardian: 8. Mar 13 2010. ProQuest.Web. 16 Mar. 2015.
  15. ^ Muir, Kenneth. Shakespeare. 1st ed. ed. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1985. Web.
  16. ^ Taylor, Gary and Jowett, John. Shakespeare Reshaped, 1606-1623. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993. 85. Print.
  17. ^ Paul, Henry Neill (1950). The Royal Play of Macbeth: When, Why, and How It Was Written by Shakespeare. New York: Macmillan. p. 227. 
  18. ^ Kermode, Frank (1974). "Macbeth". The Riverside Shakespeare. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. p. 1308. ISBN 0-395-04402-2.  For details on Garnet, see Zagorin, Perez (1996). "The Historical Significance of Lying and Dissimulation—Truth-Telling, Lying, and Self-Deception". Social Research 63 (3): 863–912. 
  19. ^ Braunmuller (1997) pp. 5–8.
  20. ^ Rogers, H. L. "An English Tailor and Father Garnet's Straw". Review of English Studies 16: 61 (February 1965), 44–9; pp. 44–5.
  21. ^ Rogers (1965) pp. 45–7.
  22. ^ Crawford, Robert. "Review: NON-FICTION: Signifying Nothing: The Whole Truth about Macbeth is Not enough for Robert Crawford: Macbeth, A True Story by Fiona Watson 320pp, Quercus, Pounds 20." The Guardian: 8. Mar 13 2010. ProQuest.Web. 16 Mar. 2015 .
  23. ^ Harris, Jonathan Gil. "The Smell of "Macbeth"." Shakespeare Quarterly 58.4 (2007): 465-86. Print.
  24. ^ Beaumont, Francis. The Knight of the Burning Pestle. ed. Hattaway, Michael. Ernest Benn, 1969. 100.
  25. ^ a b Kermode, Riverside Shakespeare, p. 1308.
  26. ^ Braunmuller (1997), pp. 5–8
  27. ^ Loomis, E.A. "The Master of the Tiger", Shakespeare Quarterly, 7:4 (Winter, 1956); Brooke, Nicholas (ed.) The Tragedy of Macbeth (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990), 59–64
  28. ^ Brooke (2008, 57)
  29. ^ O'Connor (2002, 83 and 92–93)
  30. ^ a b Shakespeare, William (2012). Demitra Papadinis, ed. The Tragedie of Macbeth: A Frankly Annotated First Folio Edition. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland. p. 31. ISBN 978-0-7864-6479-1. 
  31. ^ a b Price, Eoin (2014). "Macbeth in Original Pronunciation (Shakespeare's Globe) @ Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, 2014". Reviewing Shakespeare. Retrieved December 3, 2014. The heth / Macbeth rhyme certainly has much to recommend it and chimes well with many of other couplets, but there's something attractive too about the slight discordancy to the modern half-rhyme. 
  32. ^ Caroline Spurgeon, Shakespeare's Imagery and What It Tells Us. In: John Wain (ed.): Shakespeare. Macbeth. A Casebook. Bristol: Western Printing Services (1968), pp. 168–177
  33. ^ Boris Pasternak, I Remember: Sketch for an Autobiography. Tr. Manya Harari. New York: Pantheon (1959), pp. 150–152
  34. ^ Kliman, 14.
  35. ^ Perkins, William (1618). A Discourse of the Damned Art of Witchcraft, So Farre forth as it is revealed in the Scriptures, and manifest by true experience. London: Cantrell Legge, Printer to the Universitie of Cambridge. p. 53. Retrieved 24 June 2009. 
  36. ^ Coddon, Karin S. (1989). "'Unreal Mockery': Unreason and the Problem of Spectacle in Macbeth". ELH 56 (3): 485–501. JSTOR 2873194. 
  37. ^ a b Frye, Roland Mushat (1987). "Launching the Tragedy of Macbeth: Temptation, Deliberation, and Consent in Act I". The Huntington Library Quarterly 50 (3): 249–261. doi:10.2307/3817399. 
  38. ^ "Full text of "Hippolyta S View Some Christian Aspects of Shakespeare S Plays"". Archive.org. 28 August 1960. Retrieved 1 November 2009. 
  39. ^ "Internet Archive: Free Download: Hippolyta S View Some Christian Aspects Of Shakespeare S Plays". Archive.org. Retrieved 1 November 2009. 
  40. ^ a b Robert Faires, "The curse of the play", Austin Chronicle, 13 October 2000.
  41. ^ Tritsch, Dina (April 1984). "The Curse of 'Macbeth'. Is there an evil spell on this ill-starred play?". pretallez.com. Retrieved 28 November 2010. 
  42. ^ Great West End Theatres Sky Arts. 10 August 2013
  43. ^ Dunning, Brian (7 September 2010). "Toil and Trouble: The Curse of Macbeth". skeptoid.com. Retrieved 28 November 2010. 
  44. ^ Babylon 5 – The Scripts of J. Michael Straczynski, Volume 6 by J. Michael Straczynski, Synthetic Labs Publishing (2006).
  45. ^ Garber, Marjorie B. (2008). Profiling Shakespeare. Routledge. p. 77. ISBN 978-0-415-96446-3. 
  46. ^ Brooke (2008, 6)
  47. ^ Brooke (2008, 36)
  48. ^ Orgel (2002, 32–33)
  49. ^ Brooke (2008, 36); Orgel (2002, 33)
  50. ^ Brooke (2008, 34–36); Orgel (2002, 158–161); Taylor (2002, 2)
  51. ^ Brooke (2008, 35–36)
  52. ^ Williams (2002, 119)
  53. ^ Marsden (2002, 21).
  54. ^ Tatspaugh (2003, 526–527)
  55. ^ Lanier (2002, 28–29)
  56. ^ Orgel (2002, 155)
  57. ^ Morrison (2002, 231–232)
  58. ^ Orgel (2002, 246)
  59. ^ Potter (2001, 188)
  60. ^ Gay (2002, 158)
  61. ^ Williams (2002, 124)
  62. ^ a b Williams (2002, 125)
  63. ^ Williams (2002, 124–125)
  64. ^ Potter (2001, 189); Williams (2002, 125–126)
  65. ^ Moody (2002, 43)
  66. ^ a b c Gay (2002, 159)
  67. ^ McLuskie (2005, 256–257)
  68. ^ Williams (2002, 126)
  69. ^ Gay (2002, 167)
  70. ^ Holland (2007, 38–39); Moody (2002, 38–39)
  71. ^ a b Lanier (2002, 37)
  72. ^ Williams (2002, 126–127)
  73. ^ a b Williams (2002, 127)
  74. ^ Moody (2002, 38)
  75. ^ Schoch (2002, 58–59); Williams (2002, 128)
  76. ^ Schoch (2002, 61–62)
  77. ^ The Times 14 June 1853, cited by Gay (2002, 163–164)
  78. ^ Schoch (2002, 64)
  79. ^ Morrison (2002, 237)
  80. ^ Lanier (2002, 37); Booth (1995, 311–312); Holland (2002, 202); Morrison (2002, 238)
  81. ^ Morrison (2002, 239); Gay (2002,162)
  82. ^ Gay (2002, 161–2)
  83. ^ Gay (2002, 164)
  84. ^ Williams (2002, 129)
  85. ^ Williams (2002, 129–130)
  86. ^ Gay (2002, 166–167); Williams (2002, 130)
  87. ^ Williams (2002, 130)
  88. ^ McLuskie (2005, 253)
  89. ^ Williams (2002, 130–131)
  90. ^ Smallwood (2002, 102)
  91. ^ Forsyth (2000, 284); Hawkes (2003, 577)
  92. ^ `http://www.royalgazette.com/article/20141016/ISLAND/141019781 ""In Bermuda, Shakespeare in all his glory, by Jessie Moniz Hardy. The Royal Gazette. 16 Coctober, 2014
  93. ^ “Scottish Curse” Struck Heston In Bermuda, Bernews. 7 April, 2013
  94. ^ Williams (2002, 131)
  95. ^ Williams (2002, 130–131); Brooke (2008, 47–48)
  96. ^ Billington (2003, 599)
  97. ^ Billington (2003, 599–600)
  98. ^ Michael Billington, cited by Gay (2002, 169)
  99. ^ Williams (2002, 132–134); Gay (2002, 169)
  100. ^ Holland (2007, 40) and see also Tom Stoppard's Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth.
  101. ^ Williams (2002, 134–135)
  102. ^ Holland (2002, 207)
  103. ^ Gillies (2002, 268)
  104. ^ Gillies (2002, 270)
  105. ^ Gillies (2002, 276–278)
  106. ^ Gillies (2002, 278–279)
  107. ^ Walter (2002, 1); Billington (2003, 600)
  108. ^ Billington (2003, 600)
  109. ^ Williams (2002, 134)
  110. ^ "Theatre workshop for children". The Tribune. 2006-06-13. 
  111. ^ Aditi Tandon (2004-06-29). "Exposing Rural Punjabis to Shakespeare's Magic". The Tribune. 
  112. ^ Brode (2001, 177)
  113. ^ Freedman (2000, 49)
  114. ^ Brode (2001, 178–179)
  115. ^ Orson Wells, cited by Rosenthal (2007, 99)
  116. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 98–99)
  117. ^ Guntner (2000, 124)
  118. ^ Forsyth (2000, 284–285)
  119. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 99)
  120. ^ Mason (2000, 188–189)
  121. ^ Brode (2001, 183)
  122. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 100–102)
  123. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 110–111)
  124. ^ a b Rosenthal (2007, 123–124)
  125. ^ a b Rosenthal (2007, 127–128)
  126. ^ Guntner (2000, 125)
  127. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 103)
  128. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 103–104)
  129. ^ Howard (2003, 617)
  130. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 105)
  131. ^ McKernan & Terris (1994, 93)
  132. ^ Brode (2001, 185–187)
  133. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 107–108)
  134. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 108)
  135. ^ Brode (2001, 189)
  136. ^ Brode (2001, 187–189), Rosenthal (2007, 107–109)
  137. ^ Sanders (2007, 147)
  138. ^ Brode (2001, 191)
  139. ^ Guntner (2000, 126–127)
  140. ^ CLIVE BARNES Special to The New York Times (1973-02-12). "Stage - Fowler 'Macbeth' - A Vigorous Production Staged in Richmond The Cast - Article - NYTimes.com". New York Times. Retrieved 2013-04-27. 
  141. ^ Willems (2000, 36); McKernan & Terris (1994, 99)
  142. ^ Brode (2001, 193); Rosenthal (2007, 110)
  143. ^ Holland (2007, 43)
  144. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 112–3)
  145. ^ a b Forsyth (2000, 289–290)
  146. ^ Howard (2003, 618)
  147. ^ Jess-Cooke (2006, 174–175)
  148. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 114–117)
  149. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 118–120)
  150. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 121–122)
  151. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 122)
  152. ^ Jess-Cooke (2006, 177–178)
  153. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 124)
  154. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 125–126)
  155. ^ Walter (2002, 65)
  156. ^ Interview with Kate Fleetwood on DVD of Macbeth (2010 film)
  157. ^ Interview with Geoffrey Wright in "Making of Documentary" on DVD of Macbeth (2006 film)
  158. ^ Rosenthal (2007, 127)
  159. ^ Brode (2001, 192)
  160. ^ Sanders (2007, 156)
  161. ^ Lanier (2002, 119)
  162. ^ Gillies (2002, 267)
  163. ^ Osborne (2007, 129)
  164. ^ Margaret Lewis 'Ngaio March: A Life'
  165. ^ Lanier (2002, 85)
  166. ^ Lanier (2002, 136–137)
  167. ^ http://www.amazon.com/Sound-Fury-Shakespeare-Goes-Punk-ebook/dp/B00UIL0YP2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1434308358&sr=8-1&keywords=sound+and+fury+punk
  168. ^ Hortmann (2002, 219)
  169. ^ Banham (2002, 292)
  170. ^ Banham (2002, 286–287), citing The Independent 8 August 1997
  171. ^ Banham (2002, 296)
  172. ^ Banham (2002, 289–292)
  173. ^ Banham (2002, 289)
  174. ^ Banham (2002, 297)
  175. ^ Greenhalgh (2007, 186 and footnote 39 on 197)
  176. ^ Brooke (2008, 225)
  177. ^ Sanders (2007, 32)
  178. ^ Sanders (2007, 60)
  179. ^ Sanders (2007, 83 & 112–116)
  180. ^ Sanders (2007, 16)
  181. ^ Sanders (2007, 17 & 20)
  182. ^ Macbeth 1.1.10–11; A Midsummer Night's Dream 3.1.154–166); Sanders (2007, 22–23)
  183. ^ Lanier (2002, 72)
  184. ^ a b Orgel (2007, 74)
  185. ^ Orgel (2002, 247–249)
  186. ^ Orgel (2007, 75)
  187. ^ a b Orgel (2007, 76)
  188. ^ a b Macbeth 1.7.21–22; Orgel (2007, 77)
  189. ^ Orgel (2002, 248)
  190. ^ Orgel (2007, 74); Orgel (2002, 246–247)
  191. ^ Schoch (2002,59)

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