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Shakespeare, Court Dramatist

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Shakespeare, Court Dramatist outlines the symbiotic relationship between Shakespeare and the court and shows how it affected his writing, forging plays like Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet into the versions we know best today.
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Paul Dean, The Journal Dutton has written a challenging, important book which should make us take the bad quartos more seriously on their own terms, resist uncritical acceptance of conflated texts and re-examine Shakespeares methods of composition.

Helen Hackett, Times Literary Supplement draws together research and ideas from a long and distinguished career ... invite[s] us to think in new ways

Emma Smith, Theatre Journal If the detail is sometimes overwhelming, his chapters are well-organized, and a helpful "conclusions" section summarizes this precise, provocative argument. Following Dutton, it seems that we are actually most likely to bump into a courtier at a Shakespeare play.

Kevin Curran, Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 Shakespeare, Court Dramatist is the work f a master scholar and merits careful attention from anyone interested in the history of English Renaissance drama.

William R. Streitberger, Review of English Studies It is a book that everyone interested in Shakespeares texts will want to read.

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Richard Dutton was educated at King's College, Cambridge and the University of Nottingham. He taught for many years at Lancaster University. Since 2003 he has been Humanities Distinguished Professor of English at The Ohio State University, where he served as chair of the English department from 2009 to 2013. He has published numerous monographs, scholarly editions, and edited collections relating to the early modern period, mostly focusing on the censorship of the drama, the authors Shakespeare and Ben Jonson, and theatre history.


Introduction ; PART 1: PLAYING AND THE COURT ; Shakespeare, Patronage, and the Court ; Shakespeare, Patronage and the Court ; Line Lengths, Playing Times, and Ben Jonson ; The Revision of Early Modern Play Texts ; PART 2: SHAKESPEARE'S MULTIPLE TEXTS ; The Famous Victories of Shakespeare's Henry V ; 2 & 3 Henry VI - A True Contention ; Romeo and Juliet ; Hamlet and Succession ; A Jacobean Merry Wives? ; Single Sequence Additions ; Jacobean Shakespeare ; Conclusions ; Bibliography