Critical Survey

(The TQCC of Critical Survey is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
The Restoration Muslim Tangerines Caliban and Sycorax in Dryden-Davenant’s Adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest4
‘We read Hamlet together’4
Shakespeare’s Clarence2
Susan Abulhawa’s Appropriation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet2
Terrorism and Culture2
Ian McEwan Celebrates Shakespeare2
‘Hamlet through your legs’2
The Human Heart, from Harvey to Hobbes2
The Cultural Transformation of the Trope of the Renegade in Late Seventeenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century English Drama2
Noise, Sound and Fury in Macbeth1
Shakespeare’s Orientalism Revisited1
Challenging Hegemonic Patriarchy1
Elli Tompuri's Female Hamlet, 19131
Predator or Prey Who Do You Think You Are?1
Deconstructing the Saussurean System of Signification1
Massinger’s Strange Pirates1
Putting Strangeness in Perspective1
Turkish History on the Early Stuart Stage1
Pascal on Happiness1
The Mysterious Mr Le Queux1
Ibsen’s Arab Journey1
The Way of the Bodhisattva1
Hamlet and the 47 Ronin1
The Politics of Happiness in Richard Brome’s <i>The Queen and Concubine</i>1
The Tempest and The Faerie Queene1
Almost Shakespeare – But Not Quite1
The Interactive Verbal Network of Early Modern Theatre0
The Apocalyptic Image of the Beast in William Blake’s ‘The Tyger’ and W.B. Yeats’ ‘The Second Coming’0
‘All the world’s a [post-apocalyptic] stage’0
Fudging the Outcome of Much Ado About Nothing0
Loving Shakespeare0
Fudging the Outcome of Much Ado About Nothing0
An Anti-Imperial Mythology0
Lear Reassembled0
Reflecting upon Coriolanus as Being-in-and-for-Mother through the Gaze of Existential Semiotics0
John Ford’s Strange Truth0
Radical Reactionary0
Hamlet’s Displacement as a Recurrent Case in Cather’s A Lost Lady and Al Halaby’s Once in a Promised Land0
Happiness Against All Odds0
Sweden and Shakespeare's Protestant Afterlife0
Romantic Love, Gender Imbalance and Feminist Readings in Iris Murdoch’s The Sea, The Sea0
Millennial Dark Ladies0
Actualising History0
Canon Fodder and Conscripted Genres0
Whoso List to Find?0
Shadowing Shakespeare0
Shakespearean Boars and Dolphins0
‘Our golden crown’0
Lear’s Subjectivity and Apotheosis0
Urban Decay or the Uncanny Return of Dionysus0
Modernising Misogyny in Shakespeare’s Shrew0
What Is Early Modern Dramatic Collaboration?0
‘Fanciful associations’0
Ninagawa’s Ancient Journeys0
The Construction of Muslim Women Characters in Early English Drama0
Urban Decay or the Uncanny Return of Dionysus0
Trauma in Nada Jarrar's An Unsafe Haven (2016) and Dima Wannous’ The Frightened Ones (2020)0
‘Besmeared with Sluttish Time’0
On the Verge of the Here and Now0
Västanå Teater's 1996 Hamlet0
A Kingdom for a Mirth0
In Memoriam0
‘These arts I used with thee’0
‘As a Stranger Give it Welcome’0
Francis Meres Revisited0
‘Moving back and forth of the I’0
Transgressive Catholicism0
The Question of Culpability in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra0
[I] ‘did write this Wyll with my own hand’0
(There Is) Nothing Like a Dane0
‘To Say What Could Not Be Said’0
Liturgical Time in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales0
Visualising Resilience0
Flights of Fancy and the Dissolution of Shakespearean Space-Time in Angela Carter’s Nights at the Circus0
Gauging the Propagandist’s Talents0
The Last Roman King0
Provincial Shakespeare0
William Le Queux, the Zeppelin Menace and the Invisible Hand0
Harold Bloom and William Shakespeare0
Reflections on Co-Creativity in Early Modern Drama0
‘Ophelia divided from herself ’ (Hamlet, 4.5.2944–45)0
Thinking about Collaboration0
In Fortune Fair and Foul0
Absent Felicity0
A Sacrament of Intellectual Self-Gratification0
William Le Queux and Russia0
Fortune, Felicity and Happiness in the Early Modern Period0
Alienating Hamlet0
Manipulation of Theatrical Audience Size0
A Danish Fool at Elsinore?0
Constructing Childhood through Remembrance in Selected Short Stories by Alice Munro0
Gauging the Propagandist’s Talents0
Othello’s ‘Travailous History’0
Genealogical Traces of the Misogynistic Murder Motif in Eugene O'Neill's Autobiographical Tragedies0
Titus and Coriolanus in Tehran0
Whoso List to Find?0
A Rose by Any Other Name May Smell Different0
Canonising Shakespeare in 1920s Japan0
Romantic Love, Gender Imbalance and Feminist Readings in Iris Murdoch’s The Sea, The Sea0
‘You Mean Some Strange Revenge’0
Unaccommodated Religion0
‘Fanciful associations’0
‘At the Mercy of the German Eagle’0
Happiness in Sir Philip Sidney’s <i>Arcadia</i>0
‘A Scorneful Image of this Present World’0
Nathaniel Lee’s Politics of Sovereignty0
The International Circulation and Impact of Invasion Fiction0
Simulation, Fetishism and World Domination0
‘Need’ and ‘Desire’ in Shakespeare's Sonnets and Mawlana's Ghazals0
Redeeming Lady Macbeth0
Hallucinations in Post-9/11 American Poetry0
Carol Ann Duffy's ‘Standing Female Nude’0
Liturgical Time in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales0
‘Changed to another form’0
Collaborating with the Dead0
Between Two Worlds0
The Happy Place That Exists Nowhere0
Ethics, Sublimity and Hospitality0
‘Failed Feminism’0
Postmodern Depthlessness and the Psyche0
‘|Y]oung Hamlet’0
‘Our Troy, our Rome’0