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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