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1334. STEINITZER, ALFRED. Shakespeares Königsdramen. schichtl. Einführung. München: C. H. Beck, 1922. 8vo. pp. viii, 348. 1335. STILL, COLIN. Shakespeare's Mystery Play; The Tempest. (Bibl. 1921, 948.) Reviewed in Engl. Review, Oct. 1922, Xxxv, 377–8. 1336. STOLL, ELMER EDGAR. Hamlet: an Historical and Comparative Study. (Research Publications of the Univ. of Minnesota, VIII, 5. Studies in Lang. and Lit., No. 7.) Minneapolis, 1919. Reviewed by Josef Wihan in Euphorion, 1922, XXIV, 466–7.

STOPES, CHARLOTTE CARMICHAEL. The Life of Henry, Third Earl of Southampton. See below under Southampton, Earl of.


The Lord of Shakespeare's Sonnets. Sat. Review, Apr. 1, 1922, cxxxIII, 385–6; Corr., ibid., Apr. 29.

1338. STRACHEY, CHARLES. Sonnet 85, and Mary Fitton. T.L.S., Corr., Jan. 5, 1922; cf. ibid., William Poel.

SUMMERS, MONTAGUE. Shakespeare Adaptations. See under Seventeenth Century: General.

1339. TAMBLYn, William FERGUSON. Notes on King Lear. Mod. Lang. Notes, June 1922, XXXVII, 346–9.


Tragedy in King Lear. Sewanee Review, Jan.-Mar.

1922, XXX, 63–77.

1341. THOMAS, H. Shakespeare and Spain. (The Taylorian Lecture.) Oxford: Clarendon Press. 9 × 51. pp. 32. 2s. Reviewed in N. and Q., Dec. 23, XI, 520.

1342. THOMPSON, James WesTFALL. Hamlet and the Mystery of Amy Robsart. North Amer. Review, May 1922, ccxv, 657–72. Comment by S. S. Ashbaugh, ibid., July, ccxvi, 142. Reply by Horace H. Furness, Jr., ibid., Sept., pp. 357-63.

1343. TIECK, LUDWIG. Das Buch über Shakespeare, ed. by Henry Lüdeke. (Bibl. 1920, x, 628.) Reviewed by Josef Wihan in Euphorion, 1922, XXIV, 467-8; by M. Montgomery in Mod. Lang. Review, Jan. 1922, XVII, 103-5.

1344. Times Literary Supplement, The. Coriolanus. Leading Article, July 27, 1922; cf. Frederic Harrison, Corr., Aug. 3; H. Cunningham, Aug. 17; R. Crompton Rhodes, Aug. 31; D'Arcy Thompson, Sept. 28.

1345. "Unrecorded" Editions of Shakespeare. Notes on Sales, Nov. 30, 1922; cf. F. E. Bastian in Corr., Dec. 7; F. D. M., Corr., Dec. 14; Notes on Sales, Dec. 28.

1346. TOLMAN, Albert Harris. Shakespeare's Manipulation of His Sources in As You Like It. Mod. Lang. Notes, Feb. 1922, xxxvII, 65–76. 1347. The Structure of Shakespeare's Tragedies with Special Reference to Coriolanus. Mod. Lang. Notes, Dec. 1922, XXXVII, 449-58.

1348. TROUBRIDGE, Capt. T. ST VINCENT. The Legend of Othello Mór. T.L.S., Corr., Oct. 12, 1922.

1349. TURNER, W. J. 'Timon of Athens' at the 'Old Vic.' The Spectator, May 20, 1922, CXXVIII, 623.

1350. VAN ROosbroeck, GusTAVE L. Hamlet in France in 1663. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, June 1922, XXXVII, 228–42. 1351. WARD, Lt.-Col. B. R. "Mr W. H.” and “Our Ever-Living Poet." [Supports Looney's De Vere theory.] National Review, Sept. 1922, LXXX, 80-93.


Edward de Vere and Shakespeare. National Review, Oct. 1922, LXXX, 267-76.

1353. WATSON, EDWARD. William Shakespeare and William Shaksper. Dual or Singular? King. 8 × 5. pp. 12. 6d.

1354. WHITNEY, LOIS. Did Shakespeare Know Leo Africanus? Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, Sept. 1922, XXXVII, 470-83. 1355. WIHAN, JOSEPH. Die Hamletfrage. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Renaissance in England. (Bibl. 1921, 959.) Reviewed by H. Jantzen in Z. f. franz. u. engl. Unterricht, 1922, XXI, 232; by W. Keller in Shak. Jahrb., 1922, LVIII, 131-2.

1356. WILLIAMSON, CLAUDE C. H. Hamlet. Internat. Journ. of Ethics, Oct. 1922, XXXIII, 85-100.

1357. WILSON, CHRISTOPHER. Shakespeare and Music. "The Stage" Office. 8 × 5. Pp. xii, 170. 7s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., Aug. 17; cf. Wilson, T.L.S., Corr., Aug. 24.

1358. WINSTANLEY, LILIAN. Macbeth, King Lear and Contemporary History. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. Cr. 8vo. pp. viii, 228. 15s. Reviewed in The New Statesman, Sept. 30, 1922, XIX, 694; by J. Middleton Murry in The Nation-Athen., July 29, 1922, XXXI, 597-8 (see also Corr., ibid., Aug. 12); in Sat. Review, July 15, 1922, cxxxiv, 104–5 (Letter from Miss Winstanley, ibid., Aug. 5); in N. and Q., July 1, 1922, XI, 19; shortly in T.L.S. (Literature), June 22, 1922; in T.L.S., July 13 (cf. Miss Winstanley, Corr., July 27); by J. B. Priestley in Mercury, Jan. 1923, VII, 326-7; by W. Keller in Shak. Jahrb., 1922, LVIII, 134–6.


Hamlet and the Scottish Succession. (Bibl. 1921, 962.) Reviewed by Francis Burrows in Mercury, Apr. 1922, v, 661-3; by J. D. Mackie in History, Apr. 1922, VII, 53–4; by W. Keller in Shak. Jahrb., 1922, LVIII, 132–4.

1360. WOLFFHardt, ElisabeTH. Shakespeare und das Griechentum. (Bibl. 1920, x, 632.) Reviewed by M. F. W. in Lit. Zentralbl., Oct. 1921, LXXII, 849; by H. Jantzen in Z. f. franz. u. engl. Unterricht, 1922, XXI, 136; by Dr E. B. Koster in Museum, Feb. 1922, XXIX, 113-5.

1361. WOODWARD, FRANK. Francis Bacon's Cipher Signatures. Grafton, 1922. 11 × 81. pp. vii, 88. 72 plates.

1362. YOUNG, KARL. The Shakespeare Skeptics. North Amer. Review, Mar. 1922, CCXV, 382–93.

1363. ZITELMANN, ERNST. Die Neuauflage des 'Shakespeare vor dem Forum der Jurisprudenz.' Deutsche Lit. Zeitg., Juni 1921, XLII, 313-7.

Sidney, Sir Philip. 1364. Complete Works of Sir Philip Sidney, The.

In three vols. Edited by ALBERT FEUILLERAT. Vol. II. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. Cr. 8vo. pp. x, 396. 12s. 6d. Contents: 1. The last part of The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia; 2. Astrophel and Stella, and Other Poems; 3. The Lady of May. Reviewed in T.L.S., Feb. 9, 1922; by Gerald Bullett in The New Statesman, Feb. 18, 1922, XVIII, 559–60; in The Spectator, Apr. 22, 1922, CXXVIII, 501; in The Nation-Athen., Apr. 1, 1922, xxx1, 28; in Sat. Review, Feb. 11, 1922, CXXXIII, 148–9.

1365. DERREAL. L'Imagination plastique dans l'Arcadia de Sir Philip Sidney. MS. Thesis for Diplôme d'Études Supérieures, Univ. of Paris (Sorbonne), June 1922.

Sixe Idillia. 1366. Sixe Idillia—that is, Sixe Small or Petty Poems, or Æglogues, Chosen out of the right famous Sicilian Poet Theocritus, and translated into English Verse. [Reprint of unique copy of 1588 in the Bodleian Library.] Duckworth. 12 × 9. pp. 58. 30s. Reviewed in T.L.S., Dec. 7, 1922.

Skelton, John. 1367. GOLDING, LOUIS. Merie Skelton. Sat. Review, Jan. 14, 1922, CXXXIII, 30-1.

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Smith, Henrie. 1368. A Fruitfull Sermon. Which being taken by 'characterie" is now re-published with the authentic version by H. T. Price. Halle (Saale): Max Niemeyer. 9 × 6. pp. xxxii, 41. Shortly reviewed in T.L.S. (Literary), Dec. 14. [Important for bearing on possibilities of shorthand in the "pirated" quartos of Shakespeare.] Southampton, Henry, Earl of. 1369. STOPES, CHARLOTTE CARMICHAEL. The Life of Henry, Third Earl of Southampton, Shakespeare's Patron. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. 23.5 cm. pp. x, [2], 544. 8 plates. 42s. Reviewed in Lit. Review, July 1, 1922, p. 778; by Winifred Smith in The Nation, Oct. 25, 1922, CXV, 442; by C. R. Baskervill in Modern Philology, Aug. 1922, XX, 108-9; in Scottish Hist. Review, July 1922, XIX, 304-5; in The Spectator, Feb. 4, 1922, CXXVIII, 147; in The Nation-Athen. (Suppl.), May 20, 1922, XXXI, 284; in Sat. Review, Mar. 11, 1922, CXXXIII, 260–1; in N. and Q., Feb. 11, X, 119; in T.L.S., Feb. 9; cf. F. S. Boas on Macbeth," and James I's Visit to Oxford, 1605, T.L.S., Corr., Apr. 20: C. C. Stopes, Corr., May 4; by W. Keller in Shak. Jahrb., 1922, LVIII, 128–30. Spenser, Edmund. 1370. BRIE, FRIEDRICH. Edmund Spenser. Deutsche Lit. Zeitg., Aug. 1921, XLII, 433-40.

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1371. BROOKE, TUCKER. Stanza-Connection in the Fairy Queen. Mod. Lang. Notes, Apr. 1922, XXXVII, 223-7..

1372. CARPENTER, FREDERIC IVES. Spenser in Ireland. Modern Philology, May 1922, XIX, 405–19.


Desiderata in the Study of Spenser. Studies in Philology, Apr. 1922, XIX, 238–43.

1374. COVINGTON, FRANK FREDERICK, Jr. Another View of Spenser's Linguistics. Studies in Philology, Apr. 1922, XIX, 244-8.

1375. DRAPER, JOHN W. Dr Grosart's Rosalind. Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., Oct. 1922, XXI, 675–9.

1376. GALLAND, R. Un poète errant de la Renaissance: Jean van der Noot et l'Angleterre. Rev. de littérature comparée, Juillet 1922, PP. 337-50.

1377. GRIERSON, H. J. C. Spenser's 'Muiopotmos.' Mod. Lang. Review, Oct. 1922, XVII, 409-11.

1378. MASCH, WERNER. Studien zum italienischen Einfluss in Spensers 'Fairy-Queen.' MS Diss., Hamburg, 1922. Summary, Hamburg, 1922. 8vo. pp. 5.

1379. RENWICK, W. L. The Critical Origins of Spenser's Diction. Mod. Lang. Review, Jan. 1922, XVII, 1–16.


Spenser and the Pléïade. Mod. Lang. Review, July 1922, XVII, 287-8.

1381. Times Literary Supplement, The. Pierre de Ronsard [compared with Spenser]. Leading Article, Mar. 2, 1922.

1382. WHITMAN, CHARLES HUNTINGTON. A Subject-Index to the Poems of Edmund Spenser. (Bibl. 1920, x, 41.) New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1918. Reviewed by Harry S. V. Jones in Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., Oct. 1922, XXI, 702.

Starkey, Oliver. 1383. WAINEWRIGHT, JOHN B. Oliver Starkey. N. and Q., Jan. 21, 1922, X, 43.

Stuart, Mary, Queen of Scots. 1384. Maria Stuart, Liebesbriefe an Jakob Earl of Bothwell. Wien and Leipzig: Konegen, 1921. pp. 80. Reviewed by H. Jantzen in Z. f. franz. u. engl. Unterricht, 1922, XXI, 226.

Surrey, Henry Howard, Earl of. 1385. Poems, Edited by Frederick Morgan Padelford. (Bibl. 1920, X, 42; 1921, 1017.) Reviewed by Hardin Craig in Philol. Quarterly, Jan. 1922, I, 74-6; by Allen R. Benham in The Washington Alumnus, Jan. 1922, XIII, 4, 14.

1386. WILLCOCK, GLADYS D. A Hitherto Uncollated Version of Surrey's Translation of the Fourth Book of the Eneid: Section III. Mod. Lang. Review, Apr. 1922, XVII, 131–49.

Warner, William. 1387. Cawley, Robert Ralston. Warner and the Voyages. Modern Philology, Nov. 1922, XX, 113–47.

Weever; John. 1388. Epigrammes in the Oldest Cut and Newest Fashion, 1599. Reproduced from the Original Edition with Notes, etc., by R. B. McKerrow. Oxford: Blackwell, 1922. 8vo. 9 × 7. PP. 142. 7s. 6d.

Withypoll, Edmund. 1389. MOORE SMITH, G. C. Edmund Withypoll. Archiv, Aug. 1922, CXLIII, 183–9. (To E. Withypoll Lupset's 'Exhortation' was addressed. See Bibl. 1921, 823-4.)

Wyatt, Sir Thomas, the Elder. 1390. HAMmond, Eleanor PresCOTT. Poems 'Signed" by Sir Thomas Wyatt. Mod. Lang. Notes, Dec. 1922, XXXVII, 505-6.

1391. STARNEs, De Witt TaLMAGE. An Erroneous Ascription to Wyatt. Mod. Lang. Notes, Mar. 1922, XXXVII, 188.



Anthologies and Collections. 1392. DRINKWATER, JOHN. Some Contributions to the English Anthology. With special reference to the Seventeenth Century. Reviewed in T.L.S., July 13; N. and Q., Aug. 26, 1922, XI, 180. See also under General Literature: British Academy.

FELLOWES, EDMUND HORACE (ed.). See under Anthologies, also No. 505.

1393. GRIERSON, HERBERT J. C. (ed.). Metaphysical Lyrics and Poems of the Seventeenth Century: Donne to Butler. (Bibl. 1921, 1030.) Reviewed in Lond. Quart. Review, Jan. 1922, XXIII, 132; in The Nation-Athen., Aug. 12, 1922, XXXI, 657-8; by John M. Berdan in Lit. Review, Nov. 18, 1922, p. 220; by Louis I. Bredvold in Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., Apr. 1922, XXI, 347–53; by Richard Le Gallienne in New York Times Book Review, June 25, 1922, p. 2; by R. D. Jameson in The New Republic, Sept. 6, 1922, XXXII, 53.

1394. SAINTSBURY, GEO. (ed.). Minor Poets of the Caroline Period. Vol. 11. (Bibl. 1921, 1039.) New York; Oxford: Univ. Press, 1921. Reviewed by John M. Berdan in Lit. Review, Nov. 18, 1922, p. 220; by Samuel C. Chew in The Nation, Feb. 8, 1922, CXIV, 171–2; by G. C. Moore Smith in Mod. Lang. Review, Oct. 1922, XVII, 425-7.

1395. SUMMERS, MONTAGUE (ed.). Shakespeare Adaptations. With an Introduction and Notes. Boston: Small, Maynard and Co.; London: J. Cape, 1922. 8 × 6. pp. cviii, 282. 15s. Gives the Davenant-Dryden version of The Tempest, Tate's King Lear, and Duffet's The Mock Tempest. Reviewed by Jack Crawford in Lit. Review, Sept. 9, 1922, p. 5; by Brander Matthews in New York Times Book Review, May 21, 1922, p. 9; in T.L.S., Feb. 23, 1922; cf. Corr., ibid., Mar. 23; in The New Statesman, Feb. 11, 1922, XVIII, 536; in The Spectator, Mar. 4, 1922, CXXVIII, 275–6.


Restoration Comedies. (Bibl. 1921, 1042.) Reviewed in The New Statesman, Jan. 21, 1922, XVIII, 452–4; in The NationAthen., Mar. 4, 1922, XXX, 834.

Miscellaneous. 1397. BLOOM, J. HARVEY. Peyto of Chesterton: 17th century accounts. N. and Q., May 20, 1922, X, 384.

1398. G. W. W. Readers in the Bodleian, Nov. 8, 1602–Nov. 7, 1603. Bodleian Quarterly Record, 1st Quarter 1922, III, 212-7.

1399. HELDT, W. A Chronological and Critical Review of the Appreciation and Condemnation of the Comic Dramatists of the Restoration and Orange Periods. Neophilologus, Oct. 1922, VIII, 39-59 (continued Jan. 1923, VIII, 109–28).

1400. H. H. E. C. Music in Oxford, 1660-1790. Bodleian Quarterly Record, 2nd Quarter 1922, III, 221–2.

1401. HIND, ARTHUR M. Wenceslaus Hollar and his Views of London and Windsor in the Seventeenth Century. Lane, 1922.

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