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  • 9 Dec 2019

    William Shakespeare and Cambridge University Press: A History

    William Shakespeare was born just thirty years after the founding of Cambridge University Press, yet it was another three hundred years before the Press started printing his works. Since then, we have published his plays continuously in various forms. In January, the Cambridge editions of Shakespeare’s complete works – and much more besides – will […]

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  • 25 Apr 2016
    Peter Holland

    Surveying the Land of Shakespeare

    In their own idiosyncratic ways, academic Shakespeare journals are a way of charting the history of the analysis of Shakespeare’s legacy. Shakespeare Survey, the journal I edit for Cambridge University Press, uses a distinctly uncommon form for the title of an academic journal. There isn’t, as far as I know, a Wordsworth Survey or Chaucer […]

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