Brooks, Douglas A. Books
Douglas Brooks was an Associate Professor at Texas A& M University. He was also an editor of The Shakespeare Yearbook.2010 0-7734-3728-2
This volume brings together detailed reviews of forty scholarly books published
between 2003 and 2008. The books reviewed cover a range of topics from Shakespeare in performance to textual criticism, as well as editions of Shakespeare’s and his
contemporaries’ plays and poetry.2010 0-7734-3666-9
This volume of the Shakespeare Yearbook brings together articles centered around the intersections between Lacanian Theory and the literary production of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.2010 0-7734-3726-6
This yearbook volume presents 21 essays by international scholars, including 14 theme essays on Shakespeare and Asia. The theme essays deal with Shakespeare’s imagining of Asia and his images in Asian cultures, and especially his reception in China.
Other essays cover topics of general interests. The book contains 6 color photographs.2005 0-7734-6005-5
Like most European nations, the Low Countries - a geographical term referring jointly to the present-day Netherlands and to Flanders, the Dutch-speaking provinces of Belgium - are significant to our efforts to read Shakespeare and English Renaissance drama in at least two distinct ways. They played an active role in the cultural context that generated his plays, and have since become recipients of the culture that they themselves helped to produce; they are, in quite a number of respects, the subject of Shakespeare's poetry and plays, and have since the early seventeenth century, like so many other countries worldwide, made Shakespeare the object of their veneration.
The seventeen essays dedicated to this issue's theme explore the multiplex intersections between Shakespeare and the Dutch from a range of perspectives, including book history, source studies, gender studies, art history, legal history, reception history, and performance history. This is the first book-length treatment of the subject in English.
The issue also include two general essays - one on reading recent editions of Shakespeare, the other on the authorship of A Lover's Complaint
- as well as two review essays and ten book reviews.2007 0-7734-5421-7
This volume of the Shakespeare Yearbook has brought together a number of outstanding articles from an international group of scholars united around the topic of the Shakespearean Apocrypha. The articles are followed by a series of book reviews on recent Shakespeare scholarship and notes on the contributors2004 0-7734-6252-X
This volume of the Shakespeare Yearbook has brought together a number of outstanding articles from an international group of scholars united around the topic of the Shakespearean Heroine. The articles are followed by a series of book reviews on recent Shakespeare scholarship and notes on the contributors.