The Tempest

References

All references to The Tempest, unless otherwise specified, are taken from the Arden Shakespeare Third Series,[122] based on the First Folio text of 1623.[123] Under its referencing system, 4.1.148 means act 4, scene 1, line 148.

Notes

  1. ^ Orgel (1987: 63–4); Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 1).
  2. ^ Orgel (1987: 63–4).
  3. ^ Pollard (2002: 111).
  4. ^ Coursen (2000: 7).
  5. ^ Bullough (1975, VIII: 334–339).
  6. ^ see Kermode (1958, xxxii–xxxiii).
  7. ^ a b Vaughan and Vaughan, 287.
  8. ^ Chambers (1930: ii. 490–4)
  9. ^ Muir (2005: 280).
  10. ^ Malone (1808)
  11. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 12).
  12. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 61).
  13. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 26, 58–9, 66).
  14. ^ Coursen (2000: 1–2).
  15. ^ The Tempest, 4.1.148–158.
  16. ^ Gibson (2006: 82).
  17. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 254).
  18. ^ Orgel (1987: 27).
  19. ^ Orgel (1987: 1, 10, 80).
  20. ^ Loomie (1971).
  21. ^ a b Hirst (1984: 23–5).
  22. ^ Phillips (1964)
  23. ^ Hirst (1984: 13–16, 35–8).
  24. ^ Hirst (1984: 34–5).
  25. ^ The Tempest, 5.1.1–6
  26. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 262n).
  27. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 4).
  28. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 98–108).
  29. ^ Orgel (1987: 83–5).
  30. ^ Carey-Webb (1993: 30–5).
  31. ^ a b Cartelli (1995: 82–102).
  32. ^ Meek, Harry. "Rodo to Retamar: Shakespearean Metaphor and Post-Colonial Thought". www.academia.edu/HMeek. 
  33. ^ Nixon (1987: 557–78).
  34. ^ Dolan (1992: 317–40).
  35. ^ Coursen (2000: 87–8).
  36. ^ Orgel (1984).
  37. ^ Chambers (1930: ii. 343).
  38. ^ Dymkowski (2000: 5n).
  39. ^ Gurr (1989: 91–102); Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 6–7).
  40. ^ a b c d Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 76).
  41. ^ Marsden (2002: 21).
  42. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 77).
  43. ^ Marsden (2002: 26).
  44. ^ Dobson (1992: 59–60).
  45. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 76, 79–80).
  46. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 76–7).
  47. ^ Auberlen (1991).
  48. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 80).
  49. ^ a b c Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 82–3).
  50. ^ The Tempest, 1.2.370–371; Moody (2002: 44).
  51. ^ Moody (2002: 47).
  52. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 89).
  53. ^ Schoch (2002: 58–9).
  54. ^ Schoch (2002: 64).
  55. ^ Schoch (2002: 67–8).
  56. ^ Halliday (1964: 486–7).
  57. ^ a b Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 93–5).
  58. ^ a b Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 113).
  59. ^ The Tempest, 4.1.146–163; Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 96–8).
  60. ^ Gielgud (1991).
  61. ^ a b Brode (2001: 229).
  62. ^ Dymkowski (2000: 21).
  63. ^ Croyden (1969: 127).
  64. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 113–14).
  65. ^ Hirst (1984: 50); Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 114).
  66. ^ Billington (1989).
  67. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 114).
  68. ^ Saccio (1980); Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 114–15).
  69. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 116), citing the Financial Times of 28 July 1988.
  70. ^ Dawson (2002: 179–81).
  71. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 116–17).
  72. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 121–3).
  73. ^ Gay (2002: 171–2).
  74. ^ Thomson (2002: 138).
  75. ^ Greenhalgh (2007: 186).
  76. ^ http://www.pbs.org/wnet/shakespeare-uncovered/video/
  77. ^ Sanders (2007: 42).
  78. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 18–20).
  79. ^ Sanders (2007: 31).
  80. ^ Sanders (2007: 189).
  81. ^ Jacobs (1986: 24).
  82. ^ Lawrence (1897); Sullivan (1881).
  83. ^ Blades and Holland (2003); Gallois (2003).
  84. ^ Ylirotu (2005).
  85. ^ Sanders (2007: 36).
  86. ^ Wilson (1992).
  87. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 112).
  88. ^ Tuttle (1996).
  89. ^ Sanders (2007: 99); Halliday (1964: 410, 486).
  90. ^ Sanders (2007: 60).
  91. ^ Tovey (1931: 285).
  92. ^ McElroy, Steven (24 November 2006). "A New Theater Company Starts Big". The New York Times. Retrieved 26 February 2014. 
  93. ^ Avery, Susan (1 May 2006). "Two ‘Tempest’s, Both Alike". NY Magazine. Retrieved 22 February 2015. 
  94. ^ La Rocco, Claudia (9 September 2013). "On a Diverse Island, a Play About a Magical One ‘The Tempest,’ at the Delacorte, Enlists 200 New Yorkers". The New York Times. Retrieved 2014-03-07. 
  95. ^ Simon, Lizzie (2 September 2013). "The Teeming 'Tempest'". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2014-03-07. 
  96. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 87–8).
  97. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 91).
  98. ^ a b Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 92).
  99. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 110–11).
  100. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 107).
  101. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 109).
  102. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 109–10).
  103. ^ a b Orgel (2007: 72).
  104. ^ Orgel (2007: 72–3).
  105. ^ Orgel (2007: 76); Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 83–5).
  106. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 83–4).
  107. ^ Orgel (2007: 81).
  108. ^ Orgel (2007: 85–8).
  109. ^ a b Brode (2001: 222–3).
  110. ^ Howard (2000: 296).
  111. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 111–12).
  112. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 118–19); Brode (2001: 224–6).
  113. ^ a b Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 118).
  114. ^ Brode (2001: 227–8).
  115. ^ Gielgud (2005); Brode (2001: 228–9).
  116. ^ Rozakis (1999: 275).
  117. ^ Howard (2003: 612).
  118. ^ Forsyth (2000: 291); Brode (2001: 229–31).
  119. ^ Brode (2001: 232).
  120. ^ Howard (2000: 309).
  121. ^ Brode (2001: 231–2).
  122. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999).
  123. ^ Vaughan and Vaughan (1999: 130).

Secondary sources

  • Auberlen, Eckhard (1991). "The Tempest and the Concerns of the Restoration Court: A Study of The Enchanted Island and the Operatic Tempest". Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660–1700 15: 71–88. ISSN 1941-952X. 
  • Billington, Michael (1 January 1989). "In Britain, a Proliferation of Prosperos". The New York Times. Retrieved 20 December 2008. 
  • Blades, James; Holland, James (2003). "Celesta". In Sadie, Stanley; Tyrrell, John. The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians 5. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-517067-2. 
  • Brode, Douglas (2001). Shakespeare in the Movies: From the Silent Era to Today. New York: Berkley Boulevard Books. ISBN 0-425-18176-6. 
  • Carey-Webb, Allen (April 1993). "Shakespeare for the 1990s: A Multicultural Tempest". The English Journal (National Council of Teachers of English) 82 (4): 30–5. doi:10.2307/820844. ISSN 0013-8274. JSTOR 820844. OCLC 1325886. 
  • Cartelli, Thomas (1995). "After 'The Tempest:' Shakespeare, Postcoloniality, and Michelle Cliff's New, New World Miranda". Contemporary Literature (University of Wisconsin Press) 36 (1): 82–102. doi:10.2307/1208955. ISSN 0010-7484. JSTOR 1208955. OCLC 38584750. 
  • Chambers, Edmund Kerchever (1930). William Shakespeare: A Study of Facts and Problems. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 
  • Coursen, Herbert (2000). The Tempest: A Guide to the Play. Westport: Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-313-31191-9. 
  • Croyden, Margaret (1969). "Peter Brook's Tempest". The Drama Review 13 (3): 125–8. doi:10.2307/1144467. JSTOR 1144467. 
  • Dawson, Anthony (2002). "International Shakespeare". In Wells, Stanley; Stanton, Sarah. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 174–93. ISBN 0-521-79711-X. 
  • Dobson, Michael (1992). The Making of the National Poet: Shakespeare, Adaptation and Authorship, 1660–1769. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-818323-5. 
  • Dolan, Frances E. (1992). "The Subordinate('s) Plot: Petty Treason and the Forms of Domestic Rebellion". Shakespeare Quarterly (Johns Hopkins University Press) 43 (3): 317–340. doi:10.2307/2870531. ISSN 0037-3222. JSTOR 2870531. OCLC 39852252. 
  • Dymkowski, Christine (2000). The Tempest. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-78375-0. 
  • Forsyth, Neil (2000). "Shakespeare the Illusionist: Filming the Supernatural". In Jackson, Russell. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Film. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 274–94. ISBN 0-521-63975-1. 
  • Gallois, Jean (2003). "Ernest Chausson". In Sadie, Stanley; Tyrrell, John. The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians 5. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-517067-2. 
  • Gay, Penny (2002). "Women and Shakespearean Performance". In Wells, Stanley; Stanton, Sarah. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 155–73. ISBN 0-521-79711-X. 
  • Gibson, Rex (2006). The Tempest. Cambridge Student Guides. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-53857-2. 
  • Gielgud, John; Miller, John (1991). Acting Shakespeare. Applause Books. ISBN 1-55783-374-5. 
  • Gielgud, John (2005). Mangan, Richard, ed. Sir John Gielgud: A Life in Letters. Arcade Publishing. ISBN 978-1-55970-755-8. 
  • Greenhalgh, Susanne (2007). "Shakespeare overheard: performances, adaptations, and citations on radio". In Shaughnessy, Robert. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Popular Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 175–98. ISBN 978-0-521-60580-9. 
  • Gurr, Andrew (1989). "The Tempest's Tempest at Blackfriars". Shakespeare Survey. Shakespeare Survey (Cambridge University Press) 41: 91–102. doi:10.1017/CCOL0521360714.009. ISBN 0-521-36071-4. 
  • Halliday, F.E. (1964). A Shakespeare Companion 1564–1964. Baltimore: Penguin. ISBN 0-7156-0309-4. 
  • Hirst, David L. (1984). The Tempest: Text and Performance. Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-333-34465-1. 
  • Howard, Tony (2000). "Shakespeare's Cinematic Offshoots". In Jackson, Russell. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Film. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-63975-1. 
  • Howard, Tony (2003). "Shakespeare on Film and Video". In Wells, Stanley; Orlin, Lena Cowen. Shakespeare: An Oxford Guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 607–619. ISBN 0-19-924522-3. 
  • Jackson, Russell, ed. (2000). The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Film. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-63975-1. 
  • Jacobs, Arthur (1986). Arthur Sullivan – A Victorian Musician. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-282033-8. 
  • Kennedy, Michael (1992). The Works of Ralph Vaughan Williams. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-816330-4. 
  • Lawrence, Arthur H. (1897). "An illustrated interview with Sir Arthur Sullivan". The Strand Magazine (George Newnes) xiv (84). 
  • Loomie, Albert J. (1971). "King James I's Catholic Court". Huntington Library Quarterly 34 (4): 303–16. doi:10.2307/3816947. 
  • Malone, Edmond (1808). An Account of the Incidents, from which the Title and Part of the Story of Shakespeare's Tempest were derived, and its true date ascertained. London: C. and R. Baldwin, New Bridge-Street. 
  • Marsden, Jean I. (2002). "Improving Shakespeare: from the Restoration to Garrick". In Wells, Stanley; Stanton, Sarah. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 21–36. ISBN 0-521-79711-X. 
  • Moody, Jane (2002). "Romantic Shakespeare". In Wells, Stanley; Stanton, Sarah. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 37–57. ISBN 0-521-79711-X. 
  • Muir, Kenneth (2005). The Sources of Shakespeare's Plays. Routledge Library Editions – Shakespeare. Routledge. ISBN 0-415-35299-1. 
  • Nixon, Rob (1987). "Caribbean and African Appropriations of The Tempest". Critical Inquiry (The University of Chicago Press) 13 (3): 557–78. doi:10.1086/448408. ISSN 0093-1896. OCLC 37521707. 
  • Orgel, Stephen (1984). "Prospero's Wife". Representations 8 (October): 1–13. doi:10.1525/rep.1984.8.1.99p00753. 
  • Orgel, Stephen (1987). The Tempest. The Oxford Shakespeare. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-953590-3. 
  • Orgel, Stephen (2007). "Shakespeare Illustrated". In Shaughnessy, Robert. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Popular Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 67–92. ISBN 978-0-521-60580-9. 
  • Phillips, James E. (1964). "The Tempest and Renaissance Idea of Man". Shakespeare Quarterly (Folger Shakespeare Library) 15 (2): 147–59. doi:10.2307/2867886. ISSN 1538-3555. 
  • Pollard, Alfred W. (2002). Shakespeare folios and quartos: a study in the bibliography of Shakespeare's plays, 1594–1685 (reprint ed.). Martino. ISBN 978-1-57898-300-1. 
  • Rozakis, Laurie (1999). The Complete Idiot's Guide to Shakespeare. New York: Alpha Books. ISBN 0-02-862905-1. 
  • Saccio, Peter (1980). "American Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, Connecticut". Shakespeare Quarterly (Johns Hopkins University Press) 31 (2): 187–191. doi:10.2307/2869526. ISSN 0037-3222. JSTOR 2869526. 
  • Sadie, Stanley, ed. (1992). The New Grove Dictionary of Opera. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-522186-2. 
  • Sadie, Stanley; Tyrrell, John, eds. (2003). The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-517067-2. 
  • Sanders, Julie (2007). Shakespeare and Music: Afterlives and Borrowings. Cambridge: Polity Press. ISBN 978-0-7456-3297-1. 
  • Schoch, Richard W. (2002). "Pictorial Shakespeare". In Wells, Stanley; Stanton, Sarah. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 58–75. ISBN 0-521-79711-X. 
  • Shaughnessy, Robert, ed. (2007). The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Popular Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-60580-9. 
  • Sullivan, Arthur (27 October 1881). "English Composers and Musicians". The Times (30336). p. 8, col. C. 
  • Thomson, Peter (2002). "The Comic Actor and Shakespeare". In Wells, Stanley; Stanton, Sarah. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 137–54. ISBN 0-521-79711-X. 
  • Tovey, Donald Francis (1931). A Companion to Beethoven's Pianoforte Sonatas. Ams Pr. ISBN 978-0-404-13117-3. 
  • Tuttle, Raymond (1996). "Michael Nyman: Noises, Sounds & Sweet Airs". Retrieved 21 December 2008. 
  • Vaughan, Virginia Mason; Vaughan, Alden T. (1999). The Tempest. The Arden Shakespeare, Third Series. The Arden Shakespeare. ISBN 978-1-903436-08-0. 
  • Vaughan, Alden T. (2008). "William Strachey's "True Reportory" and Shakespeare: A Closer Look at the Evidence". Shakespeare Quarterly (Johns Hopkins University Press) 59 (3): 245. doi:10.1353/shq.0.0017. ISSN 1538-3555. 
  • Wells, Stanley; Stanton, Sarah, eds. (2002). The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-79711-X. 
  • Wells, Stanley; Orlin, Lena Cowen, eds. (2003). Shakespeare: An Oxford Guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-924522-3. 
  • Wilson, Christopher R. (1992). "William Shakespeare". In Sadie, Stanley. The New Grove Dictionary of Opera 4. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-522186-2. 
  • Ylirotu, Jeremias (2005). "Sibelius: Incidental Music for the Tempest, op. 109". Retrieved 7 December 2008. 

This content is from Wikipedia. GradeSaver is providing this content as a courtesy until we can offer a professionally written study guide by one of our staff editors. We do not consider this content professional or citable. Please use your discretion when relying on it.