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Key Online Resources

Asian Shakespeares, ed. Alexander C. Y. Huang. <http://www.asianshakespeares.org>.

Designing Shakespeare: An Audio Visual Archive, 1960-2000. Ed. Christie Carson. <http://ahds.ac.uk/performingarts/collections/designing-shakespeare.htm>.

Harner, James L., ed. World Shakespeare Bibliography Online: <http://www.worldshakesbib.org>.

Library of Congress. Shakespeare on Film and Television: <http://www.loc.gov/rr/mopic/findaid/willfilm.html>.

Stanford University Shakespeare in Asia: <http://sia.stanford.edu>.

Sh:in:E -- Shakespeare in Europe: <http://pages.unibas.ch/shine/>.

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