Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project
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Adaptations of Shakespeare

Fischlin and Fortier: the first
anthology devoted to a
range of Shakespearean
adaptations from different national sites 

The CASP bibliography includes extensive references to further reading in the field of Canadian adaptations of Shakespeare as well as Shakespearean studies in general. Find references for reviews, criticism, scholarship, promotional materials, to facilitate study on theatrical adaptations of Shakespeare in Canada. Please note that all entries within these sections are organized alphabetically by author and are cited in MLA format.

  • CASP Omnibus Bibliography: Browse the entire list of references indexed among all production records housed in the Play Archive, or use the Search engine to generate a bibliography delimited by your specific research requirements.
  • General Reference Bibliography: A resource developed in co-operation with the World Shakespeare Bibliography Online, the General Bibliography is an exhaustive source of general references and resources for Shakespearean scholarship.

This site has been designed with only non-commercial, academic uses in mind. Although every effort has been made to secure permission for materials uploaded on the CASP site, in some circumstances we have been unable to locate copyright holders. Links may be made to our site but under no conditions are the texts and images to be copied and mounted onto another site server. Researchers using the site should accredit it following standard MLA guidelines on how to do so. Correct citation of information from the site is as follows:

Fischlin, Daniel. Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project. University of Guelph. 2004. <>.

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