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Allen, Michael J.B., ed. Shakespeare’s Plays in Quarto. By William Shakespeare. Various dates. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981.

Anonymous. “possible error?” E-mail to Eric M. Johnson. 3 March 2005.

Bartlett, John. A Complete Concordance or Verbal Index to Words, Phrases, and Passages in the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1962.

Berry, Craig, Martin Mueller, et al., eds. “The Nameless Shakespeare.” Web site. 2003. 15 March 2005 . <URL:>.

Best, Michael, ed. “Internet Shakespeare Editions.” Web site. 10 January 2003. 15 March 2005 <URL:>.

Best, Michael. “Afterword: Dressing Old Words New.” Early Modern Literary Studies 3.3 / Special Issue 2 (January, 1998): 7.1-27 <URL:>.

Blake, N.F. A Grammar of Shakespeare’s Language. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Publishers Ltd, 2002.

Bowen, William R. “Iter: Where Does the Path Lead?” Early Modern Literary Studies 5.3 / Special Issue 4 (January, 2000): 2.1-26 <URL:>.

Bowers, Fredson. On editing Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Dramatists. University of Pennsylvania Library, 1955.

Bushnell, Rebecca. “Reinventing Rare Books: The 'Virtual Furness Shakespeare Library' at the University of Pennsylvania.” Early Modern Literary Studies 5.3 / Special Issue 4 (January, 2000): 5.1-19 <URL:>.

Busse, Ulrich. Linguistic Variation in the Shakespeare Corpus: Morpho-syntactic Variability of Second Person Pronouns. Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Co., 2002.

Craig, W.J., ed. The Oxford Shakespeare. London: Oxford University Press: 1914;, May 2000. 15 March 2005 <URL:>.

Crain, Caleb. “The Bard’s Fingerprints. Lingua Franca 8:5 (July/Aug. 1998): 29-39.

Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia. “The Comedy of Errors.” 1998. 15 March 2005 <URL:

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Galey, Alan. “Dizzying the Arithmetic of Memory: Shakespearean Source Documents as Text, Image, and Code.” Early Modern Literary Studies 9.3 / Special Issue 12 (January, 2004): 4.1-28 <URL:>.

Gómez-Nelson, Julia (National Endowment of the Arts). Personal Interview. 12 March 2004.

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Honigmann, E.A.J. The Stability of Shakespeare’s Texts. Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press, 1965.

Hosley, Richard, Richard Knowles, and Ruth McGugan, eds. Shakespeare Variorum Handbook. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1971.

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Kökeritz, Helge, ed. Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies [First Folio]. By William Shakespeare. 1623. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1954.

Kuhn IV, James C. (Folger Shakespeare Library). Personal Interview. 4 November 2003.

Lancashire, Anne. “What Do the Users Really Want?” Early Modern Literary Studies: A Journal of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century English Literature, 3:3 (Jan. 1998): 22.

Lancashire, Ian. “The Common Reader’s Shakespeare.” Early Modern Literary Studies 3.3 / Special Issue 2 (January, 1998): 4.1-12 <URL:>.

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Levenson, Jill L. Romeo and Juliet. Oxford Shakespeare. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Marcus, Leah S. Unediting the Renaissance: Shakespeare, Marlowe, Milton . London: Routledge, 1996.

Massai, Sonia. “Redefining the Role of the Editor for the Electronic Medium: A New Internet Shakespeare Edition of Edward III.” Early Modern Literary Studies 9.3 / Special Issue 12 (January, 2004): 5.1-10 <URL:>.

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Orgel, Stephen and Sean Keilen, eds. Shakespeare and the Editorial Tradition. New York: Garland Publishing, 1999.

Orgel, Stephen. The Authentic Shakespeare, and Other Problems of the Early Modern Stage. New York: Routledge, 2002.

Schmidt, Alexander. Shakespeare Lexicon. 2nd ed. Berlin: G. Reimer, 1886.

Seary, Peter. Lewis Theobald and the Editing of Shakespeare. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990.

Shakespeare, William. Shakespeare: The Complete Works. Ed. G.B. Harrison. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1952.

Shakespeare, William. The Tragedy of Macbeth. Ed. Ebenezer Charlton Black and Andrew Jackson George. New Hudson Shakespeare. Boston: Ginn and Co., 1908.

Shakespeare, William. The Unabridged William Shakespeare [Globe Edition]. Ed. William George Clark and William Aldis Wright, 2nd ed. 1911. Philadelphia: Courage Books, 1997.

Shakespeare, William. The Works of Shakespeare [Globe Edition]. Ed. William George Clark and William Aldis Wright. 1864. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippencott and Co., 1867.

Siemens, R.G. “Disparate Structures, Electronic and Otherwise: Conceptions of Textual Organisation in the Electronic Medium, with Reference to Electronic Editions of Shakespeare and the Internet.” Early Modern Literary Studies 3.3 / Special Issue 2 (January, 1998): 6.1-29 <URL:>.

Spevack, Marvin., ed. The Harvard Concordance to Shakespeare. Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1973.

Stevenson, Burton. The Standard Book of Shakespeare Quotations. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, Inc., 1953.

Taylor, Gary. Reinventing Shakespeare. New York: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1989.

Thompson, Ann. Which Shakespeare? A User’s Guide to Editions. Philadelphia: Open University Press, 1992.

Van Doren, Mark. Introduction. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You Like It, Twelfth Night, The Tempest: Four Great Comedies. Cambridge Text and Glossaries Complete and Unabridged. By William Shakespeare. Ed. William Aldis Wright. New York: Pocket Books, 1955.

Ward, Grady. “Grady Ward’s Moby.” Web site. October 2000. 27 July 2005. <URL:>.

Werstine, Paul. “Hypertext and Editorial Myth.” Early Modern Literary Studies 3.3 / Special Issue 2 (January, 1998): 2.1-19 <URL:>.

Ziegler, Georgianna (Folger Shakespeare Library). Personal Interview. 4 November 2003.