Folger call number: PS1541.Z5 F56 2006
Folger holdings ID: 310100
Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-259) and index
There's nothing wicked in Shakespeare, and if there is I don't want to know it" / Advising women readers, Amherst's Shakespeare's Club, and Richard Henry Dana Sr. -- "I read a few words since I came home - John Talbot's parting with his son, and Margaret's with Suffolk" / Reading and performing Shakespeare, Fanny Kemble, and the Astor Place riot -- "Shakespeare was never accused of writing Bacon's Works" / American Shakespeare criticism, Delia Bacon, James Russell Lowell, and Richard Grant White -- "He has had his future who has found Shakespeare" / American Nationalism and the English Dramatist -- "Pity me, however, I have finished Ramon. Would that like Shakespeare, it were just published!" / Shakespeare and women writers -- "Shakespeare always and forever" / Dickinson's circulation of the bard -- "Then I settled down to a willingness for all the rest to go but William Shakespeare. Why need we Joseph read anything else but him" / Dickinson reading Antony and Cleopatra -- "Heard Othello at Museum" / Junius Brutus Booth, Tommaso Salvini, and the performance of race -- "Hamlet wavered for all of us" / Dickinson and Shakespearean tragedy -- Conclusion: "Touch Shakespeare for me."
Also known as
subject: Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886
subject: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616