Richmond, Hugh Macrae

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RICHMOND, Hugh Macrae

RICHMOND, Hugh Macrae. British, b. 1932. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Theatre. Career: University of California, Berkeley, emeritus professor of English (joined faculty as instructor, 1957). Publications: The School of Love: The Evolution of the Stuart Love Lyric, 1964; Shakespeare's Political Plays, 1967; Shakespeare's Sexual Comedy, 1971; Renaissance Landscapes: English Lyrics in a European Tradition, 1973; The Christian Revolutionary: John Milton, 1974; Puritans and Libertines: Anglo- French Literary Relations in the Reformation, 1981; Shakespeare in Performance: King Richard III, 1990; John Milton's Drama of "Paradise Lost," 1991; Shakespeare in Performance: King Henry VIII, 1994; Critical Bibliographies of Shakespeare and the Renaissance Stage & Shakespearean Stage History, 1999A Dictionary of Shakespeare's Theatre, 2002. EDITOR: Shakespeare's King Henry IV, part I, 1967; Shakespeare's Henry VIII, 1971; (with J. Halio) Shakespeare Illuminations: Essays in Honor of Marvin Rosenberg, 1998; Critical Essays on Shakespeare's "Richard III," 1999. Address: Dept. of English, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94708-1030, U.S.A.

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