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Bibliography

Unless otherwise stated the place of publication is London.

The following journal abbreviations are used in the bibliography:

AEB Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography
BJJ Ben Jonson Journal
CahiersÉ Cahiers Élisabéthains
CLAJ College Language Association Journal
CompD Comparative Drama
CritQ Critical Quarterly
EIC Essays in Criticism
ELH A Journal of English Literary History
ELN English Language Notes
ELR English Literary Renaissance
EM English Miscellany (Rome)
EMEDD Early Modern English Dictionaries Database, now the Lexicon of Early Modern English; see LEME
EMLS Early Modern Literary Studies
ET Early Theatre
Expl. Explicator
HLQ Huntington Library Quarterly
IEEE Transactions Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions
JDJ John Donne Journal
JEGP Journal of English and Germanic Philology
JMRS Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies
LEME Lexicons of Early Modern English, ed., Ian Lancashire (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010) http://leme.library.utoronto.ca (formerly the Early English Dictionaries Database; see EMEDD)
M&L Music and Letters
MLN Modern Language Notes
MLQ Modern Language Quarterly
MLR Modern Language Review
MP Modern Philology
MRDE Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England
MSC Malone Society Collections
MSR Malone Society Reprints
N&Q Notes and Queries
NLH New Literary History
PBA Proceedings of the British Academy
PBSA Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America
PMLA Publications of the Modern Language Association of America
PQ Philological Quarterly
REED Records of Early English Drama
REL Review of English Literature
Ren&Ref Renaissance and Reformation (Renaissance et Réforme)
RenD Renaissance Drama
RenP Renaissance Papers
RenQ Renaissance Quarterly
RES Review of English Studies
RORD Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama
SAQ South Atlantic Quarterly
SB Studies in Bibliography
SEL Studies in English Literature, 1500–1900
SELit Studies in English Literature (Tokyo, Japan)
ShakS Shakespeare Studies
ShS Shakespeare Survey
ShStud Shakespeare Studies (Japan)
SJ Shakespeare-Jahrbuch
SLitI Studies in the Literary Imagination
SP Studies in Philology
SQ Shakespeare Quarterly
TDR Tulane Drama Review
TLS Times Literary Supplement (London)
TN Theatre Notebook
TSLL Texas Studies in Literature and Language
USF University of South Florida Language Quarterly
UTQ University of Toronto Quarterly
YWES Year's Work in English Studies

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