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Arnold, The Third Citizen, 223n4. indb 27 10/31/13 10:27 AM 28 Joel Rodgers 15. Lisa Dickson, “The King Is Dead: Mourning the Nation in the Three Parts of Shakespeare’s Henry VI,” in Response to Death: The Literary Work of Mourning, ed. Christian Riegel (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2005), 33. 16. Ernst Kantorowicz, The King’s Two Bodies: A Study in Mediaeval Political Theology (1957; Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1997). Lorna Hutson, however, has stressed that Kantorowicz overstated this doctrine’s symbolic power, reminding critics that lawyers actually rejected this fiction; see her essay, “Not the King’s Two Bodies: Reading the ‘Body Politic’ in Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2,” in Rhetoric and Law in Early Modern Europe, ed.
W. Baldwin, William Shakspere’s Small Latine and Lesse Greeke, 2 vols. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press), 1944. 6. Baldwin, Shakspere’s Small Latine, 2:617–19. 7. “It is thus clear that by Shakspere’s day practically all grammar schools on regular foundations, as was that at Stratford, would at least hope to teach some Greek” (Baldwin, Shakspere’s Small Latine, 2:626). 8. Andrew Werth, “Shakespeare’s ‘Lesse Greek,’” The Oxfordian 5 (2002): 11–29. 9. , Complete Sonnets and Poems, Oxford Shakespeare (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), note to Sonnet 153.
Fitzmaurice, “The Corruption of Hamlet,” 144. 4. Fitzmaurice, “The Corruption of Hamlet,” 144. indb 35 10/31/13 10:27 AM 36 Elizabeth Pentland 5. While Fitzmaurice argues, following Bullough, that Shakespeare “was probably using either the 1576 edition or the 1582 text of Belleforest” (“The Corruption of Hamlet,” 144), the prefatory Argument, in both cases, is identical to that of the 1572 edition. 6. Fitzmaurice, “The Corruption of Hamlet,” 144. 7. The dedicatory epistle for this edition, written in Paris, was dated January 1572.