Table of contents for The winter's tale / edited by Robert Kean Turner, Virginia Westling Haas ; with Robert A. Jones, Andrew J. Sabol, Patricia E. Tatspaugh.


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CONTENTS
Preface
Plan of the Work
THE WINTER'S TALE: Text, Texual Notes, and Commentary
Appendix
Irregular, Doubtful, and Emended Accidentals in F1
Unadopted Conjectures
The Text
Authenticity
The 1623 Version of The Winter's Tale
The F1 Copy
Crane's Copy
Crane's Reliability
The Printer's Reliability
Subsequent Early Editions
The Date of Composition
External Evidence
Internal Evidence
Sources 
Primary Source 
Pandosto
Shakespeare's Use of Pandosto
General Indebtedness 
Genre 
Characters 
Other Sources 
Robert Greene's Cony-Catching Pamphlets 
The Second and last Part of Conny-catching
The Third and last Part of Conny-catching
Francis Sabie's Poems 
The Fissher-mans Tale
Flora's Fortune
Possible Sources, Analogues, and Imitations 
Amadis de Grecia and Other Romances 
Apuleius 
Aretino 
The Bible 
Daphnis and Chloe
John Day 
Esmoreit
Euripides 
Folktales 
Emanuel Ford 
Thomas Heywood 
Greene's Friar Bacon
The Jealous Duke
Living Statues 
El Marmol de Felisardo
Mucedorus
Ovid 
George Peele 
Plutarch 
The Proserpina Myth 
Rogue Literature 
Sidney 
Shakespeare's Plays 
Siemowitsch (or Semovit or Ziemowit) 
Spenser 
The Thracian Wonder
The Trial of Chivalry
Criticism
General Assessments 
Genre 
Themes and Significance 
Time's Mutability 
Nature (and Art) 
Repentance and Renewal 
Drame  Clef
Technique 
Structure 
Language and Style 
Characters 
Antigonus 
Autolycus 
Camillo 
Florizel 
Hermione 
Leontes 
Mamillius 
Paulina 
Perdita 
Polixenes 
Shepherd and Clown 
The Winter's Tale on the Stage 
Performances 
Staging the Bear and Time 
Screen and Sound Recordings 
The Text on the Stage 
The Versions 
Reshaping the Text 
Cuts 
Substitutions, Transpositions, and Additions 
Music in The Winter's Tale
Bibliography
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Fathers and daughters Drama, Kings and rulers Drama, Married people Drama, Sicily (Italy) Drama, Castaways Drama