Shakespeare’s Richard III
Sircy, J. (2013). Looking for Shakespeare: Taking Pacino’s Quest Seriously. Shakespeare Bulletin 31 (1), 63-78
Fedderson, K. and Richardson, J. (1998). Looking for Richard in Looking for Richard: Al Pacino appropriates the bard and flogs him back to the Brits. Postmodern Culture 8 (22), 1-7
Miller, G. (2016). “Many a time and oft had I broken my Neck for their amusement”: The Corpse, the Child, and the Aestheticization of Death in Shakespeare’s Richard III and King John. Comparative Drama 50 (2/3), 209-232
Ramin, Z. (2013). Shakespeare’s Richard III and Macbeth: A Foucauldian Reading. K@ta 15 (2), 57-65
Leas, S. (1971). Richard III, Shakespeare, and History. The English Journal 60 (9), 1214-1216
Kaegi, A. (2013). ‘What say the citizens’ in Shakespeare’s Richard III. Journal of Early Modern Studies (2), 91-116
Kehler, D. (1998). Shakespeare’s Richard III. The Explicator 56 (3), 118-121
No Fear Shakespeare – Richard III
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