Love’s Labour’s Lost is one of the few Shakespeare plays with no obvious source. This portfolio reflects my discovery of two new sources for the play, which reveal its serious ethical and moral foundations.This portfolio contains: •The edited texts of the Quarto (1598) and Folio (1623) Love’s Labor’s Lost for the print and digital versions of The Norton Shakespeare, The Third Edition ed. Stephen Greenblatt (New York: W. W. Norton, 2015). I edited both texts, and also wrote the Textual Introductions, Textual Variants and Textual Comments.•Short Article: ‘A Method Unto Mortification: A New Source for Love’s Labour’s Lost’, Notes & Queries 61.2 (June 2014), 233-36•Book Chapter: ‘Aristotelian Shame and Christian Mortification in Love’s Labour’s Lost’ in Shakespeare and Renaissance Ethics ed. Patrick Gray and John D. Cox (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2014), 76-97.
|Publication status||Published - 2014|