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Shakespeare's Works at WHS

Go to the WHS Library Catalog to find your title.

What’s on the shelves?

General  Works : A – N

Individual Works: O – Z  

Use the first number of each pair for texts, the second for description and critical appraisal. For example, for All's Well That Ends Well,  O1 is the text, and O2 is the critical appraisal.

Comedies

O1 - 2  All's Well That Ends Well

O3 – 4 As y\You Like It

O5 – 6 The Comedy Of Errors

O7 – 8 Love’s Labour’s Lost

P1 – 2  Measure For Measure

P3 – 4  The Merchant Of Venice

P5 – 6  The Merry Wives Of Windsor

P7 – 8  A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Q1 – 2 Much Ado About Nothing

Q3 – 4 The Taming Of The Shrew

Q5 – 6 The Tempest

Q7 – 8 Twelfth Night

R1 – 2  The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

R3 – 4  The Winter’s Tale

Tragedies

S1 – 2  Antony And Cleopatra

S3 – 4  Coriolanus

S5 – 6  Cymbeline

S7 – 8  Hamlet

T1 – 2  Julius Caesar

T3 – 4  King Lear

T5 – 6  Macbeth

T7 – 8  Othello

U1 – 2 Pericles

U3 – 4 Romeo And Juliet

U5 – 6 Timon Of Athens

U7 – 8 Titus Andronicus

V1 – 2  Troilus And Cressida

Histories

W1 – 2   Henry IV, Parts 1-2

W3 – 4   Henry V

W5 – 6   Henry VI, Parts 1-2

W7 – 8   Henry VIII

X1 – 2  King John

X3 – 4  Richard II

X5 – 6  Richard III

 

Poems

Y1 – 2  General Works

Y3 – 4  Venus And Adonis

Y5 – 6  The Rape Of Lucrece

Y7 – 8  Sonnets

Z          Spurious and doubtful works

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