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Browse Call Numbers PR 2750-3112 -- William Shakespeare

See also the online guide for Shakespeare Resources

Call Number Subject
PR 2750 Original quartos & facsimiles & reprints
PR 2751-2752 Collected works
- PR 2751.A1-.A1540 - First folio edition (1623)
- - PR 2751.A1501-.A1540 - - Separate works
- PR 2752-2755 - Modern editions
PR 2801-2840 Separate works
- PR2801-2840.A-Z
- - .A1-.A3Z
- - - .A1
- - - .A2A-.A2Z
- - - .A23
- - - .A25

- - - .A3A-.A3Z
- - - .A8-.Z
- Subarrangement of separate works
- - Texts
- - - By date
- - - By editor or actor
- - - Adaptations for radio, TV or film
- - - Adaptations for school performance,
        juvenile versions in dramatic form
- - - Selections. by editor
- - Criticism
- PR 2801 - All's well that ends well
- PR 2802 - Antony and Cleopatra
- PR 2803 - As you like it
- PR 2804 - Comedy of errors
- PR 2805 - Coriolanus
- PR 2806 - Cymbeline
- PR 2807 - Hamlet
- PR 2808 - Julius Caesar
- PR 2809 - King Henry IV, parts 1 & 2
- - PR 2810 - - King Henry IV, part 1
- - PR 2811 - - King Henry IV, part 2
- PR 2812 - King Henry V
- PR 2813 - King Henry VI, parts 1, 2 & 3
- - PR 2814 - - King Henry VI, part 1
- - PR 2815 - - King Henry VI, part 2
- - PR 2816 - - King Henry VI, part 3
- PR 2817 - King Henry VIII
- PR 2818 - King John
- PR 2819 - King Lear
- PR 2820 - King Richard II
- PR 2821 - King Richard III
- PR 2822 - Love's labour's lost
- PR 2823 - Macbeth
- PR 2824 - Measure for measure
- PR 2825 - Merchant of Venice
- PR 2826 - Merry wives of Windsor
- PR 2827 - Midsummer night's dream
- PR 2828 - Much ado about nothing
- PR 2829 - Othello
- PR 2830 - Pericles
- PR 2831 - Romeo and Juliet
- PR 2832 - Taming of the shrew
- PR 2833 - Tempest
- PR 2834 - Timon of Athens
- PR 2835 - Titus Andronicus
- PR 2836 - Troilus and Cressida
- PR 2837 - Twelfth night
- PR 2838 - Two gentlemen of Verona
- PR 2839 - Winter's tale
PR 2841-2849 Poems
- PR 2845-2849 - Special poems or songs
- - PR 2845 - - Venus and Adonis
- - PR 2848 - - Sonnets
PR 2851-2873 Doubtful, spurious works. "Shakespeare apocrypha"
PR 2877-2880 Imitations, paraphrases, adaptations
- PR 2880 - History & criticism of adaptations, etc.
PR 2885-2935 Criticism, biography, etc.
- PR 2892 - Concordances, dictionaries, indexes, quotations
- PR 2893 - Historical sources & documents of the biography of Shakespeare
- PR 2894-2900 - General treatises, essays, etc.
- PR 2901-2908 - Family. Ancestry. Name. Youth. Education.
Love & marriage. Relation to women. London: Creative period.
Return to Stratford. Death. Will
- PR 2910 - The age of Shakespeare. Elizabethan England
- PR 2911-2913 - Relations to contemporaries, etc.
- PR 2915-2920 - Homes & haunts
- - PR 2920 - - Theaters
PR 2937-2961 Authorship
- PR 2939-2948 - Bacon-Shakespeare controversy
- PR 2949-2951 - Manuscripts. Writing. Signatures
- PR 2952-2955 - Sources
- - PR 2955.A-Z - - Special authors or works, A-Z
- PR 2957-2958 - Relations to his contemporaries
PR 2965-3088 Criticism & interpretation
- PR 2965-2972 - History of Shakespearian criticism
- - PR 2967-2970 - - By period
- - - PR 2968 - - - 18th century
- - - PR 2969 - - - 19th century
- - - PR 2970 - - - 20th century
- - PR 2971.A-Z - - By region or country, A-Z
- PR 2975-2979 - Treatises, essays, etc.
- PR 2981-2984 - Special forms
- - PR 2981 - - Comedies
- - PR 2981.5 - - Tragicomedies (Romances)
- - PR 2982 - - Histories. English chronicle plays
- - PR 2983 - - Tragedies
Including Roman history plays
- - PR 2984 - - Poems
- PR 2987 - Study & teaching
- PR 2989-2993 - Characters. Treatment of life
- - PR 2991-2992 - - Groups. Classes
- - - PR 2991 - - - Women
- - - PR 2992.A-Z - - - Other, A-Z
- - PR 2993.A-Z - - Individual, A-Z
- - - PR 2993.F2 - - - Falstaff
- PR 2995-2997 - Technique. Dramatic art
- PR 3000-3069 - Treatment & knowledge of special subjects
- - PR 3001 - - Philosophy
- - PR 3011-3012 - - Religion
- - PR 3017 - - Politics
- - PR 3024-3026 - - Sociology
- - PR 3039-3044 - - Nature. Botany. Zoology. Animals
- - PR 3062-3065 - - Medicine. Psychology. Psychiatry
- - PR 3069.A-Z - - Other special subjects, A-Z
- PR 3070-3071 - Textual criticism, commentaries, emendations, etc.
- PR 3072-3088 - Language, style, etc.
- - PR 3075-3081 - - Grammar. Use of words. Pronunciation
PR 3091-3109 Dramatic representation of Shakespeare's plays
- PR 3093 - Motion-picture & video productions of Shakespeare's plays
- PR 3095-3100 - By period
- - PR 3095 - - Elizabethan
- - PR 3099 - - 1800-1950
- - PR 3100 - - 1951-
- PR 3105-3109 - By region or country
- - PR 3105 - - America
- - PR 3106 - - Great Britain
PR 3112 Famous actors of Shakespearian parts

A Selection of Books about Shakespeare and His Works