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  1. Primary Works 13 items
    1. Plays 6 items
      1. As You Like It - William Shakespeare, ed. Juliet Dusinberre 2007

        Book 

      2. Twelfth Night - William Shakespeare

        Book 

      3. The man of mode - George Etherege, ed. Simon Trussler 1988

        Book 

      4. The Libertine - Stephen Jeffreys

        Book 

      5. The Importance of Being Earnest - Oscar Wilde, ed. Peter Raby 1998

        Book 

    2. Poems 4 items
      1. The Rape of the Lock - Alexander Pope

        Document  (Text to be provided)

      2. Tam O'Shanter - Robert Burns

        Chapter  (Text to be provided)

      3. - also in:

      4. The best laid schemes: selected poetry and prose of Robert Burns - eds. Robert Crawford, C. J. M. MacLachlan 2009

        Book 

    3. Novels 3 items
      1. Northanger Abbey - Jane Austen

        Book 

      2. Orlando: a biography - Woolf, Virginia, Bowlby, Rachel [2000]

        Book 

      3. What a carve up! - Jonathan Coe 2008

        Book 

  2. Secondary Works 15 items
    1. General reading: comedy and comedic forms 8 items
      1. Poetics - Aristotle, Anthony Kenny 2013

        Book 

      2. The names of comedy - Anne Barton 1990

        Book 

      3. Laughter: an essay on the meaning of the comic - Henri Bergson, Cloudesley Brereton, Fred Rothwell 1911

        Book 

      4. The alchemy of laughter: comedy in English fiction - Glen Cavaliero 2000

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      5. A companion to satire - Ruben Quintero 2007

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

    2. General reading: drama 7 items
      1. The theatre of the absurd - Martin Esslin 1980

        Book 

      2. Anatomy of criticism: four essays - Northrop Frye, Harold Bloom 2000 (electronic book)

        Book  Print copies of 1957 edition available in Library.

      3. The drama handbook: a guide to reading plays - John Lennard, Mary Luckhurst 2002

        Book 

      4. How plays work: reading and performance - Meisel, Martin 2007

        Book  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

      5. Drama/theatre/performance - Simon Shepherd, Mick Wallis 2004

        Book  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

  3. Weeks 2 & 3: Shakespeare 15 items
    1. Shakespeare: the comedies - R. P. Draper 2000

      Book 

    2. Shakespeare and the ends of comedy - Ejner J. Jensen 1991

      Book  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

    3. Shakespeare and comedy - R. W. Maslen 2005

      Book 

    4. Shakespeare and gender - Stephen Orgel, Sean Keilen 1999

      Book 

    5. Shakespeare's comedies - Emma Smith 2004 (electronic book)

      Book 

  4. Week 4: Etherege and Jeffries 3 items
    1. John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester

      Webpage  This is a biographical essay about Wilmot/Rochester, the figure who inspired each of these plays.

    2. Etherege & Wycherley - B. A. Kachur 2004

      Book 

    3. Four Restoration libertine plays - Deborah Payne Fisk, Thomas Shadwell, George Etherege, Thomas D'Urfey 2005

      Book 

  5. Week 5: Wilde 6 items
    1. Henry James, Oscar Wilde and aesthetic culture - Michèle Mendelssohn 2007

      Book  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

  6. Week 6: Beckett 5 items
    1. Samuel Beckett: Waiting for Godot, Endgame - Peter Boxall, Nicolas Tredell 2000

      Book 

    2. The Cambridge companion to Beckett - John Pilling 2006 (electronic book)

      Book 

  7. Week 7: Pope 9 items
    1. Alexander Pope: world and word - Howard Erskine-Hill 1998

      Book 

    2. The Rape of the lock - Elizabeth Gurr 1990

      Book 

    3. Pope: the rape of the lock - John Dixon-Hunt 1993

      Book 

    4. The Rape of the lock: [texts] - William Kinsley 1979

      Book 

  8. Week 8: Burns 5 items
    1. The Edinburgh companion to Robert Burns - Gerard Carruthers 2009

      Book  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

    2. Robert Burns and his world - David Daiches 1971

      Book 

  9. Week 9: Byron 4 items
    1. The Cambridge Introduction to Byron - Richard Lansdown 2012 (electronic book)

      Book 

    2. The Cambridge companion to Byron - Drummond Bone 2006 (electronic book)

      Book 

    3. George Gordon, Lord Byron - Harold Bloom, Heike Grundmann 2009

      Book 

  10. Week 10: Austen 5 items
    1. A companion to Jane Austen - Claudia L. Johnson, Clara Tuite 2009 (electronic book)

      Book 

  11. Week 11: Woolf 3 items
    1. Locating Woolf: the politics of space and place - Anna Snaith, Michael H. Whitworth 2008 (electronic book)

      Book 

  12. Week 12: Coe 7 items
    1. Theydunnit - Terry Eagleton 1994

      Article  in London Review of Books, vol. 12, 28 April 1994.

    2. A brief history of neoliberalism - David Harvey 2007

      Book  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

    3. The State and the Novel. - Dominic Head 2002

      Chapter  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

    4. The anatomy of satire - Gilbert Highet 1972 (electronic book)

      Book 

    5. Satire - Arthur Pollard 1970

      Book 

    6. Genre, Reptition and History in Jonathan Coe - Pamela, Thurschwell 2006 (electronic book)

      Chapter 

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