The Taming of the Shrew

References

Notes

  1. ^ The term was first used by Alexander Pope in 1725, and has been commonly employed ever since. The First Folio text begins the play with the standard "Actus primus, Scœna prima" heading, and there is no differentiation between the Induction and what is commonly referred to today as Act 1, Scene 1 (Lucentio arriving in Padua).
  2. ^ The complete English text of the episode is: "Three merchants, riding home from a fair, fell to talking about the charm of obedience in a wife. At last they laid a wager of a dinner, agreeing that the one whose wife should prove the least obedient should pay for the dinner. Each man was to warn his wife to do whatever he might bid; afterward he was to set a basin before her and bid her leap into it. The first wife insisted on knowing the reason for the command; she received several blows from her husband's fist. The second wife flatly refused to obey; she was thoroughly beaten with a staff. The wife of the third merchant received the same warning as the rest, but the intended trial was postponed until after dinner. During the meal this wife was asked to put salt upon the table. Because of a similarity between the two expressions in French, she understood her husband to command her to leap upon the table. She at once did so, throwing down the meat and drink and breaking the glasses. When she stated the reason for her conduct, the other merchants acknowledged without further trial that they had lost the wager."
  3. ^ Complete Text of A Merry Jest.
  4. ^ From this point forward, The Taming of a Shrew will be referred to as A Shrew; The Taming of the Shrew as The Shrew.

Citations

All references to The Taming of the Shrew, unless otherwise specified, are taken from the Oxford Shakespeare (Oliver, 1982), which is based on the 1623 First Folio. Under this referencing system, 1.2.51 means Act 1, Scene 2, line 51.

  1. ^ Bullough (1957), pp. 109–110.
  2. ^ Thompson (2003), p. 10.
  3. ^ Hodgdon (2010), p. 58.
  4. ^ Heilman (1998), p. 117.
  5. ^ Hodgdon (2010), p. 60.
  6. ^ a b Oliver (1982), pp. 48–49.
  7. ^ Hodgdon (2010), pp. 38–39.
  8. ^ Hodgdon (2010), p. 39.
  9. ^ Hodgdon (2010), pp. 38–62.
  10. ^ Tolman (1890), pp. 238–239.
  11. ^ Shroeder (1959), p. 253–254.
  12. ^ Hosley (1964).
  13. ^ Hodgdon (2010), pp. 42–43.
  14. ^ a b Oliver (1982), p. 49.
  15. ^ Thompson (2003), p. 12.
  16. ^ Brunvand (1966), p. 346.
  17. ^ See also Brunvand (1991).
  18. ^ Oliver (1982), pp. 49–50.
  19. ^ Miller (1998), pp. 12–14.
  20. ^ Thompson (2003), pp. 12–13.
  21. ^ Hodgdon (2010), pp. 43–45.
  22. ^ Tolman (1890), pp. 203–227.
  23. ^ For more information on the relationship between Supposes and The Shrew, see Seronsy (1963).
  24. ^ Heilman (1998), p. 137.
  25. ^ Wentersdorf (1978), p. 202.
  26. ^ For more information on A Shrew see Morris (1981), pp. 12–50, Oliver (1982), pp. 13–34 and Miller (1998), pp. 1–57
  27. ^ Thompson (2003), p. 1.
  28. ^ Taylor (1997), p. 110.
  29. ^ a b Thompson (2003), p. 3.
  30. ^ Moore (1964).
  31. ^ Oliver (1982), pp. 31–33.
  32. ^ Thompson (2003), pp. 4–9.
  33. ^ Miller (1998), pp. 31–34.
  34. ^ Elam (2007), pp. 99–100.
  35. ^ Taylor (1997), pp. 109–111.
  36. ^ a b Miller (1998), p. 31.
  37. ^ Miller (1998), p. 32.
  38. ^ Thompson (2003), p. 2.
  39. ^ Oliver (1982), p. 14.
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  41. ^ Morris (1981), p. 13.
  42. ^ See esp. Houk (1942) and Duthie (1943). See also Morris (1981), pp. 16–24 and Oliver (1982), pp. 23–25.
  43. ^ See esp. Alexander (1926) and Alexander (1969). See also Morris (1981), pp. 14–16 and Oliver (1982), pp. 16–18; 31–34.
  44. ^ See esp. Shroeder (1958). See also Morris (1981), pp. 24–26 and Evans (1974), pp. 104–107.
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  48. ^ a b Oliver (1982), pp. 13–34.
  49. ^ Miller (1998), pp. 1–12.
  50. ^ a b Thompson (2003), pp. 163–182.
  51. ^ Oliver (1982), p. 19.
  52. ^ Hodgdon (2010), p. 18.
  53. ^ Hodgdon (2010), pp. 18–19.
  54. ^ Hodgdon (2010), p. 20.
  55. ^ Miller (1998), p. 3.
  56. ^ See Hickson (1850a) and Hickson (1850b)
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  58. ^ Quiller-Couch & Wilson (1953), pp. 129–143.
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  76. ^ Miller (1998), p. 27.
  77. ^ Miller (1998), p. 9.
  78. ^ Miller (1998), p. 12.
  79. ^ Miller (1998), p. 28.
  80. ^ Oliver (1982), pp. 4–10.
  81. ^ a b Oliver (1982), pp. 10–13.
  82. ^ Oliver (1982), pp. 23–27.
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  84. ^ Oliver (1982), p. 31.
  85. ^ Miller (1998), p. 5.
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Editions of The Taming of the Shrew

  • Bate, Jonathan; Rasmussen, Eric, eds. (2010). The Taming of the Shrew. The RSC Shakespeare. Basingstoke: Macmillan. ISBN 9780230272071. 
  • Bond, R. Warwick, ed. (1904). The Taming of the Shrew. The Arden Shakespeare, First Series. London: Methuen. 
  • Evans, G. Blakemore, ed. (1997) [1974]. The Riverside Shakespeare (Second ed.). Boston: Houghton Mifflin. ISBN 9780395754900. 
  • Greenblatt, Stephen; Cohen, Walter; Howard, Jean E.; Maus, Katharine Eisaman, eds. (2008) [1997]. The Norton Shakespeare: Based on the Oxford Shakespeare (Second ed.). London: Norton. ISBN 9780393111354. 
  • Heilman, Robert B., ed. (1998) [1966]. The Taming of the Shrew. Signet Classic Shakespeare (Second Revised ed.). New York: New American Library. ISBN 9780451526793.  CS1 maint: Extra text (link)
  • Hibbard, G.R., ed. (1968). The Taming of the Shrew. The New Penguin Shakespeare. London: Penguin. ISBN 9780140707106. 
  • Hodgdon, Barbara, ed. (2010). The Taming of the Shrew. The Arden Shakespeare, Third Series. London: Methuen. ISBN 9781903436936. 
  • Hosley, Richard, ed. (1978) [1964]. The Taming of the Shrew. The Pelican Shakespeare (Revised ed.). London: Penguin. ISBN 9780140714258.  CS1 maint: Extra text (link)
  • Kidnie, Margaret Jane, ed. (2006). The Taming of the Shrew. The Penguin Shakespeare. London: Penguin. ISBN 9780141015514. 
  • Miller, Stephen Roy, ed. (1998). The Taming of a Shrew: The 1594 Quarto. The New Cambridge Shakespeare: The Early Quartos. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521087964. 
  • Morris, Brian, ed. (1981). The Taming of the Shrew. The Arden Shakespeare, Second Series. London: Methuen. ISBN 9781903436103. 
  • Oliver, H.J., ed. (1982). The Taming of the Shrew. The Oxford Shakespeare. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199536528. 
  • Orgel, Stephen, ed. (2000). The Taming of a Shrew. The New Pelican Shakespeare. London: Penguin. ISBN 9780140714517. 
  • Quiller-Couch, Arthur; Wilson, John Dover, eds. (1953) [1928]. The Taming of the Shrew. The New Shakespeare (2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108006040. 
  • Schafer, Elizabeth, ed. (2002). The Taming of the Shrew. Shakespeare in Production. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521667418. 
  • Thompson, Ann, ed. (2003) [1984]. The Taming of the Shrew. The New Cambridge Shakespeare (Revised ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9789812836540.  CS1 maint: Extra text (link)
  • Wells, Stanley; Taylor, Gary; Jowett, John; Montgomery, William, eds. (2005) [1986]. The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works (2nd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199267187. 
  • Werstine, Paul; Mowat, Barbara A., eds. (2004). The Taming of the Shrew. Folger Shakespeare Library. Washington: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 9780743477574. 

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