Related Dates: 1964-1964
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    Two typed, hand annotated bibliographies used for Germaine Greer's multi-lingual research into William Shakespeare's early comedies. One is titled Sheehan the Will in Medieval England Sources of Information (3rd edition 1963), 3 pages, contains Germaine Greer's sketches of women; the other, 5 pages, titled Annual and Regular Bibliographies, hand annotated, contains sources in English, old French, Latin, Greek, German, French. In response to a query from UMA, Greer explained that the point of her research into Shakespeare's early comedies was to show that Shakespeare was not imitating a continental tradition. Most scholars, who did not have the langauges to read the Italian, Spanish, French, German and Latin comedies, simply assumed what they had to prove.


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