Milward, Peter1992 0-7734-9539-8
This encyclopedia is to survey the fauna and flora of England and America not from the viewpoint of zoological or botanical science but of literature. Given the excessive broadness of the endeavor, this is done in a personally selective manner, with preferences toward English over American, and poetry over prose. Two sources in particular take pride of place -- the Authorized King James Version of the Bible, and Shakespeare.1992 0-88946-584-3
Explicates the meaning of the poem, "The Wreck of the Deutschland," word by word, and stanza by stanza, keeping in mind the undercurrents of thought and influence in the poem that flow from pages of the New Testament, the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, and the plays of Shakespeare.1990 0-88946-116-3
This collection of essays covers such topics as: Shakespeare's medieval inheritance; the Homiletic tradition in Hamlet; and a theology of grace in the Winter's Tale.1998 0-7734-8214-8
Essays covers topics such as early Shakespeare scholarship in Japan, the Shakespeare Society of Japan amd memories of 40 years' teaching Shakespeare in Japan.