The Relation of Shakespeare to Montaigne

Elizabeth Robbins Hooker
PMLA
Vol. 17, No. 3 (1902), pp. 312-366
DOI: 10.2307/456471
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/456471
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[Footnotes]
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    Essays, 1603.
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    Volpone, Act III, sc. 2.
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    Notes and Various Readings, London, 1671, pt. IV, p. 63.
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    Hamlet: ein Tendenzdrama Sheakspeare's [sic] gegen die skeptische und kosmopolitische Weltanschauung des Michael de Montaigne, Berlin,'1871.
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    Jacob Feis, Shakspere and Montaigne, London, 1884.
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    Op. cit., p. 43.
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    Op. cit, p. 90.
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    Montaigne and Shakspere, London, 1897.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • K arl Elze, Life of Shakespeare, Berlin, 1872
    • Essays on Shakespeare, 1872.
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    Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the 15th, 16th, and 17th Centu- ries, vol. II, ch. IV, sect. 1, § 6.
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    The Skeptics of the French Renaissance, London, 1893, p. 487.
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    Montaigne: études et fragments, Paris, 1899.
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    Shakespeare's Plutarch, London, 1875, p. 92.
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    Shakspere and Montaigne, London, 1884, p. 111.
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    Plutarch's Morals, ed. W. W. Goodwin, Boston, 1870, vol. 5, p. 233.
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    Montaigne and Shakespeare, p. 66.
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    Montaigne and Shakspeare, p. 52.
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    Montaigne and Shakspere, pp. 53 f.
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    Shakspere and Montaigne, pp. 87 ff.
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    Robertson, Montaigne and Shakspere, p. 49.
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    Montaigne and Shakspere, pp. 45 ff.
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    Essays on Shakespeare, 1872, p. 7.
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    Montaigne and Shakspere, pp. 24 f
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    Westminster Review, vol. 29, p. 321.
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    Montaigne and Shakspere, p. 35.
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    II, XVII, p. 338.
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    Routledge Florio.
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    Tempest, II, 1, 155.
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    Hamlet, V, 2, 10 f.
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    Florio, IV, VIII, p. 476.
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    Hamlet, I, 4, 56.
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    Florio, I, XXVI, p. 81.
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    Hamlet, III, 1, 59.
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    Florio, III, XII, p. 537.
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    Hamlet, III, 1, 63 f.
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    Florio, III, XII, p. 540.
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    Much Ado About Nothing, III, 3, 147.
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    Florio, I, XLIX, p. 147
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    Essayes by Sir William Corne-waleys, the younger, Knight.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • North's Life of Julius Cœsar
    • Shakespeare's Plutarch, London, 1875, p. 92.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Elze: Essays on Shakespeare, 1872, p. 7
    • Mr. Feis: Shakspere and Montaigne, p. 81.
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    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Mr. Feis: Shakspere and Montaigne, p. 87 ff.
    • Marlowe's Edward II
    • Mr. Robertson, Montaigne and Shakspere, p. 49
    • Edward II, V
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    II, XIII, p. 338.
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    Mr. Robertson: Montaigne and Shakspere, p. 35.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Mr. Henry Morley, 1885.
    • Routledge Florio, p. viii.
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    Mr. Feis: Shakspere and Montaigne, p. 11.
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    Mr. Robertson: Montaigne and Shakspere, p. 26.
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    Mr. Robertson: Montaigne and Shakspere, p. 53.
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    Mr. Robertson: Montaigne and Shakspere, p. 53.
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    Mr. Robertson: Montaigne and Shakspere, p. 66.
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    Capell: Notes and Various Readings, 1671, Pt. III, vol. II, p. 63.