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Shakespeare survey 1 by Allardyce Nicoll1
Shakespeare Survey (Volume 2) by Allardyce Nicoll2
Shakespeare Survey (Volume 3) by Allardyce Nicoll3
Shakespeare Survey 4 by Allardyce Nicoll4
Shakespeare Survey 5 by Allardyce Nicoll5
Shakespeare Survey 6 by Allardyce Nicoll6
Shakespeare Survey 7 by Allardyce Nicoll7
Shakespeare Survey 8 by Allardyce Nicoll8
Shakespeare Survey 9 by Allardyce Nicoll9
Shakespeare Survey 10 by Allardyce Nicoll10
Shakespeare Survey 11 by Allardyce Nicoll11
Shakespeare Survey 12 an Annual Survey of Shakesperian Study and Production by Allardyce Nicoll12
Shakespeare Survey 13: 1960. by Allardyce Nicoll13
Shakespeare Survey 14 An Annual Survey of Shakespearian Study & Production by Allardyce Nicoll14
Shakespeare Survey 15: The Poems and Music by Allardyce Nicoll15
SHAKESPEARE SURVEY, An Annual Survey of Shakespearian Study & Production - Volume 16 by Allardyce Nicoll16
Shakespeare Survey 17 Shakespeare in His by Allardyce Nicoll17
Shakespeare Survey (Volume 18) Then Till Now by Allardyce Nicoll18
Shakespeare Survey 19 Macbeth by Kenneth Muir19
Shakespeare Survey 20 by Kenneth Muir20
Shakespeare Survey 21: Othello by Kenneth Muir21
Shakespeare Survey 22: Aspects of Shakespearian Comedy. by Kenneth Muir22
Shakespeare Survey 23 Shakespeare's Language by Kenneth Muir23
Shakespeare Survey: Volume 24, Shakespeare: Theatre Poet: v. 24 by Kenneth Muir24
[Shakespeare's problem plays] by Kenneth Muir25
Shakespeare Survey 26 by Kenneth Muir26
Shakespeare Survey 27 Shakespeare's Early Tragedies by Kenneth Muir27
Shakespeare Survey 28 by Kenneth Muir28
Shakespeare Survey 29: Shakespeare's Last Plays by Kenneth Muir29
Shakespeare Survey 30: Henry IV to Hamlet by Kenneth Muir30
Shakespeare Survery 31 by Kenneth Muir31
Shakespeare Survey 32 by Kenneth Muir32
Shakespeare Survey 33: King Lear by Kenneth Muir33
Shakespeare Survey (Volume 34) by Stanley Wells34
Shakespeare Survey 35 by Stanley Wells35
Shakespeare Survey 36 by Stanley Wells36
Shakespeare Survey 37 Shakespeare and the Earlier Comedies by Stanley Wells37
Shakespeare Survey 38: Shakespeare and History by Stanley Wells38
Shakespeare Survey 39 by Stanley Wells39
Shakespeare Survey 40 by Stanley Wells40
Shakespeare Survey 41 Shakespearian stages and staging by Stanley Wells41
Shakespeare Survey 42: Shakespeare and the Elizabethans by Stanley Wells42
Shakespeare Survey 43 by Stanley Wells43
Shakespeare Survey 44: Shakespeare and Politics by Stanley Wells44
Shakespeare Survey 45 Hamlet and its Afterlife by Stanley Wells45
Shakespeare Survey 46 by Stanley Wells46
Shakespeare Survey 47: Playing Places for Shakespeare by Stanley Wells47
Shakespeare Survey 48: Shakespeare and Cultural Exchange by Stanley Wells48
Shakespeare Survey 49: Romeo and Juliet and its Afterlife by Stanley Wells49
Shakespeare Survey 50: Shakespeare and Language by Stanley Wells50
Shakespeare Survey 51: Shakespeare in the Eighteenth Century by Stanley Wells51
Shakespeare Survey 52: Shakespeare and the Globe by Stanley Wells52
Shakespeare Survey 53: An Annual Survey of Shakespeare Studies and Production (Shakespeare Survey) by Peter Holland53
Shakespeare Survey 54: Shakespeare and Religions by Peter Holland54
Shakespeare Survey 55: King Lear and its Afterlife by Peter Holland55
Shakespeare Survey 56, Shakespeare and Comedy by Peter Holland56
Shakespeare Survey 57, Macbeth and its Afterlife by Peter Holland57
Shakespeare Survey 58: Writing about Shakespeare by Peter Holland58
Shakespeare Survey 59: Editing Shakespeare by Peter Holland (editor)59
Shakespeare Survey 60: Theatres for Shakespeare by Peter Holland60
Shakespeare Survey 61: Shakespeare, Sound and Screen by Peter Holland61
Shakespeare Survey: Volume 62: Close Encounters with Shakespeare's Text by Peter Holland62
Shakespeare Survey: Volume 63, Shakespeare's English Histories and their Afterlives by Peter Holland63
Shakespeare Survey: Volume 64, Shakespeare as Cultural Catalyst by Peter Holland64
Shakespeare Survey: Volume 65, A Midsummer Night's Dream by Peter Holland65
Shakespeare Survey: Volume 66, Working with Shakespeare by Peter Holland66
Shakespeare Survey: Volume 67, Shakespeare's Collaborative Work by Peter Holland67
Shakespeare Survey: Volume 68, Shakespeare, Origins and Originality by Peter Holland68
Shakespeare Survey: Volume 69, Shakespeare and Rome by Peter Holland69
Shakespeare Survey. Volumes 1-161-16

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

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