Les anniversaires de Shakespeare : Bibliographie

Sources premières

 Percival Chubb, “What the Shakespeare Tercentenary Celebration Might Mean for the Schools,” The English Journal vol. 5, n° 4, April 1916.

 The Shakespeare Tercentenary: Suggestions for School and College Celebrations of the Tercentenary of Shakespeare’s Death in 1916, Prepared by the Drama League of America, under the Editorial Direction of Percival Chubb, President, with the Collaboration of Miss Mary Porter Beegle, of Barnard College, New York, Miss Mary Wood Hinman, of the School of Dance, Chicago, Dr Wm. E. Bohn, of the Ethical Culture School, New York, Washington, D.C., National Capital Press, 1916.

 André Chevrillon, “Shakespeare et l’âme anglaise”, Revue de Paris, année 23, tome 3, 15 mai 1916, pp. 225-57

 Francis Colmer, Shakespeare in Time of War: Excerpts from the Plays Arranged with Topiclal Allusion , London, 1916.

 Jacques Copeau, Les Registres du Vieux-Colombier, ed. Marie-Hélène Dasté, Suzanne Maistre Saint-Denis, Norman Paul, Gallimard, 1976.

 Albert Hatton Gilmer, King Shakespeare: A Masque of Praise for the Shakespeare Tercentenary written for the Drama League of Boston, Tufts College, Boston, 1916

 Israel Gollancz, A Book of Homage to Shakespeare, Oxford UP, 1916

 Poland’s Homage to Shakespeare. Commemorating the Fourth Centenary of his Birth, 1564-1964, ed. Stanislaw Helsztynski, Warsaw, 1965.

 Victor Hugo, William Shakespeare, Paris, 1864.

 R. E. Hunter, Shakespeare and the Tercentenary Celebration, 1864.
Edward B. Koster, William Shakespeare: Gedenkboek, 1616-1916, The Hague, Kottman, 1916.

 Sidney Lee, “The Commemoration of Shakespeare in London” (first printed in The Nineteenth Centyry and After, 1905), in Shakespeare and the Modern Stage, London, 1907

 Louis Marder, “Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary. Suggestions for Commemorative Programs and Activities, The English Journal, vol. 53, n° 2, Feb. 1964.

 Cervantes-Shakespeare Tercentenary, 1616-1916, Biographical notes, selections and appreciations, ed. Paul G. Miller and José Padín, San Juan, Porto Rico, 1916

 The National Shakespeare Committee and the Late Mr Thackeray (anon.), London, Joseph Clayton, 1864.

 Notes & Queries, Third Series, vol. VIII, July-December 1865.

 The Official programme of the Tercentenary Festival of the birth of Shakespeare to be held at Stratford-upon-Avon, London, Cassell, Petter & Galpin, at the Belle Sauvage, in Ludgate Hill, 1864

 Paul VI, Address for the Fourth Centenary of the Birth of William Shakespeare, 12 Nov. 1964

 Romain Rolland “La vérité dans le théâtre de Shakespeare”, in Demain, n° 4, 15 avril 1916, pp. 193-208.

 William Scribble, Everything New? Or Nothing New? A Satirical Comicality, Relating to Men, Manners, Incidents, and Novelties of the Day […] To which is added, The Shakespeare Tercentenary Prologue, As Spoken by the author, April 23, 1864, Dublin, May 1864.

 Œuvres complètes de W. Shakespeare, trad. F.-V. Hugo, Pagnerre, Paris, 1859-65.

 Shakespeare 1546-1964, ed. Louis Bonnerot, Maurice Le Breton, Pierre Legouis, Études anglaises, Paris, 1964.

 Shakespeare’s England: An Account of the Life and Manners of his Age, Oxford, Clarendon, 1917.

 George Bernard Shaw, The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, with a Preface by the Author, 1910

 Rabindranath Tagore contributed a sonnet on the English poet in Bengali to the Shakespeare Tercentenary Commemoration Volume at the request of the Shakespeare Society.

 Henry R. Vizetelly, Glances Back Through Seventy Years, Cambridge UP, 1893, vol. II, pp. 105-110.

 John Yarrow, Professor of Elocution, Shakspeare: a tercentenary poem, London, A.M. Pigott, 1864

Sources critiques

 Judith Buchanan, “Shakespeare films of the 1916 tercentenary”, Shakespeare on Silent film: An Excellent Dumb Discourse, Cambridge UP, 2009, ch. 6.

 Clara Calvo, “Shakespeare and Cervantes in 1916: THe Politics of Language”, in Shifting the Scene: Shakespeare in European Culture, ed. Ladina Bezzola Lambert, Balz Engler, U. of Delaware Press, 2004.

 Richard Foulkes, “A babel of bardolaters: the 1864 tercentenary”, and “The theatre of war: the 1916 tercentenary”, Performing Shakespeare in the Age of Empire, Cambridge UP, 2002, ch. 3 and 8.

 William Green, “Caliban by the Yellow Sands: Percy MacKaye’s Adaptation of The Tempest”, Maske und Kothurn, 1989, vol. 35, 59-69.

 Werner Habicht, “Shakespeare Celebrations in Times of War,” Shakespeare Quarterly, vol. 52, n° 4, 2001, pp. 441-55.

 Lynne Walhout Hinojosa, “National Cultural History in Public Spaces: The Theater, the Press, the Great War”, The Renaissance, English Cultural Nationalism and Modernism, 1860-1920, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, ch. 7.

 Ton Hoenselaars and Clara Calvo, “Introduction: European Shakespeare – Quo vadis?”, Shakespearean International Yearbook, vol. 8, Ashgate, 2009.

 Coppelia Kahn, “Remembering Shakespeare Imperially: The 1916 Tercentenary,” Shakespeare Quarterly, vol. 52, n° 4, 2001, pp. 456-478.

 Joanna Montgomery-Byles, University of Cyprus, “From Kemble to Irving – Shakespeare’s Tercentenary, 1864”, paper at the Shakespeare Association of America, 1999.

 F. J. Patrick, “The Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library”, Shakespeare Survey, n° 7, 1954.

 Samuel Schoenbaum, Shakespeare’s Lives, Oxford UP, 1970.

 Wilhelm Schoof, “Dingelstedts Plan einer neuen Shakespeare-Übersetzung,” Shakespeare Jahrbuch, vol. 76, 1940.

 Monika Smialkowska, “ ‘A democratic art at a democratic price‘: The American Celebrations of the Shakespeare Tercentenary, 1916”, Transatlantica, on line 27 September 2010

 Poonam Trivedi and Dennis Bartholomeusz, eds., India’s Shakespeare: Translation, Interpretation and Performance, Dorling Kindersley, India, 2005.