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The "Unmasking Shakespeare" Bibliography
by John Hudson

Altimont, Alan J. "The meaning of Nedar in A Midsummer Night’s Dream." Notes and Queries 54 (2007): 275-77.

Basch, David. Shakespeare’s Judaica. West Hartford: Revelatory Press, 1996.

Green, Martin. "Emilia Lanier IS the Dark Lady." English Studies 87,5 (2006): 544–576.

Hudson, John.  Study Guide for "Unmasking Shakespeare."

Hudson, John. "Amelia Bassano Lanier; A New Paradigm." The Oxfordian 11 (2009) 65–82.

Hudson, John. Midsummer Night’s Dream; An Experiment in Allegorical Staging.TheShakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham thesis (2008).

Hudson, John. "Bottom’s Dream Becomes Arden’s Nightmare." The Clyde Fitch Report (May 22, 2009)

Hudson, John. "Shakespeare’s Spoofs of the Virgin Mary." The Clyde Fitch Report (June 6, 2009).

Hudson, John. "Is Merchant of Venice a Cannibal Satire?" The Clyde Fitch Report (October 30, 2009).

Hudson, John. "More about the woman who wrote Shakespeare." The Clyde Fitch Report (November  30, 2009).

Hudson, John. The Dark Lady; the Woman Who Wrote Shakespeare. Book-length manuscript available from

Hudson, John. "Why Are There Jewish Allegories in Shakespeare’s Plays?" (February 8, 2010).

Hudson, John.  Lecture on "Who Wrote Shakespeare?"  Extract, ECSU. (2009).

Hudson, John.  "Why did Shakespeare visit the small town of Bassano?" (December 14, 2009).

Hudson, John. "Shakespeare and the Dark Lady; What does her poetry show?" (2010).

Hudson, John. "A Review of Contested Will : Who Wrote Shakespeare?"  (2010).

 Hudson, John. ‘Hamlet as a Religious Allegory’ (2010).

Jacobs, Leonard. "The Dark Lady Players Featured on the Jewish Channel." Clyde Fitch Report (September 15, 2009).

Jones, G. Lloyd. The Discovery of Hebrew in Tudor England: A Third Language. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1983.

Lasocki, David, and Roger Prior. The Bassanos: Venetian Musicians and Instrument makers in England 1531–1665. Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1995.

Michell, John. Who Wrote Shakespeare? London: Thames and Hudson, 1999.

Prior, Roger. "The Bassanos of Tudor England." Jewish Chronicle Literary Supplement 1 June (1979): 1,11.

Prior, Roger. "Jewish Musicians at the Tudor Court." The Musical Quarterly 69, 2 (1983): 253–265.

Riggs, Mitchell. The Dark Lady Discovery. 15-minute TV documentary (2008).

Rosenfeld, Barbara. "The Dark Lady Players’ Production of As You Like It." Manhattan Neighborhood Network Spotlight Special.

Rosenfeld, Barbara. "The Dark Lady Players’ Production of Hamlet." Manhattan Neighborhood Network Spotlight Special (Extract).

Rosenfeld, Barbara. "A Review of the Dark Lady Players; the Religious Implications of their Work" (2010).

Rowse, A.L. The Poems of Shakespeare’s Dark Lady. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, 1979.

Schöenfeld, Schelomo Jehuda. "A Hebrew Source for The Merchant of Venice." Shakespeare Survey 32 (1979): 115–128.

Woods, Suzanne. Lanier: A Renaissance Woman Poet. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.



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