Oxford University Press to Illuminate Shakespeare in 2016

December 2, 2015

Throughout 2016, to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, Oxford University Press is bringing you the very best Shakespeare resources for every stage from school to research, at www.oup.com/shakespeare.

Explore a new theme every month, with specially commissioned videos, articles, and interactive content. Then go deeper with selected scholarly articles made freely available for this year, including the below from Oxford Reference.

An A-Z Guide to Shakespeare


An A-Z guide to Shakespeare

Compiled by one of the best-known authorities on Shakespeare's works, the A-Z Guide to Shakespeare is an online-only dictionary which includes over 860 entries covering all aspects of Shakespeare in his own time, and on his impact and influence on later ages.

Enjoy free access throughout 2016. Browse the complete dictionary by using its A-Z listing or the "Search within work" box, or read a selection of highlighted entries by theme.


Shakespeare and film

Read two articles from the 1st edition of The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare on Silent Films and Sound Films.

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