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Texts and Ideas Pertinent to Shakespeare:
Drama and the Globe Theatre
History Plays and Real History:
Online Complete Works of Shakespeare:
Illustrated Explores nineteenth-century paintings,
criticism and productions of Shakespeare's plays and their
influences on one another.
Drawing Image of the DeWitt Sketch copied by Von Buchell,
only eyewitness drawing of an Elizabethan public theatre.