Early in his career Proudfoot used the form "G. R. Proudfoot" on his books and articles; eventually he switched to using "Richard Proudfoot". Richard and G. R. are the same person.
Shakespeare: Text, Stage and Canon 14 copies
Tom a Lincoln (Editor) 9 copies
A knack to know a knave. 1594 (Editor) 6 copies
Malone Society Collections, Vol. XII (Editor) 4 copies
Malone Society Collections, Vol. IX 4 copies
Johan Johan The Husband 1 copy
Macbeth (Editor, some editions) 21,758 copies, 187 reviews
The Tempest (General editor, some editions) 11,316 copies, 145 reviews
In Arden: Editing Shakespeare - Arden Shakespeare (Honoree) 13 copies
The Quest for Cardenio: Shakespeare, Fletcher, Cervantes, and the Lost… (Contributor) 7 copies
The Lost Lady (Editor, some editions) 5 copies
The Honest Man's Fortune (The Malone Society) (Editor, some editions) 4 copies
Shakespeare's Speech-Headings: Speaking the Speech in Shakespeare's Plays (Contributor) 4 copies
"Fanned and winnowed opinions" : Shakespearean essays presented to Harold… (Contributor) 3 copies
A Certain Text: Close Readings and Textual Studies on Shakespeare and… (Contributor) 3 copies
Shakespeare Performed: Essays in Honor of R.A. Foakes (Contributor) 3 copies
Editing Renaissance dramatic texts, English, Italian, and Spanish : papers… (Contributor) 1 copy
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