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Use this guide to find critical essays and chapters for Part 3 (Annotated Bibliography) of your
Essay 3 Assignment: The Winter's Tale Process Paper. 

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    Background Sources

    Consult these sources to learn more about William Shakespeare and life in Elizabethan England.

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    The Greenwood Companion to Shakespeare - Joseph Rosenblum
    Call Number: Shields Library Humanities/Social Sciences Reference PR2976 .G739 2005 (Lib Use Only)
    ISBN: 0313327793
    See Volume 4.

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    In Search of Shakespeare - Director Gregory Doran; ProducerRebecca Dobbs
    Call Number: Shields Reserves PR2894 .I5 2004 DVD (Three Day Loan-MEDIA)
    ISBN: 0793696194
    Two disc set exploring Shakespeare and Elizabethan England.

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    Tudor England - Arthur F. Kinney (Editor); David W. Swain (Editor); Eugene D. Hill (Editor); William A. Long (Editor)
    Call Number: Shields Library Humanities/Social Sciences Reference DA315 .T753 2001 (Lib Use Only)
    ISBN: 0815307934

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    Encyclopedia of the Renaissance - Paul F. Grendler (Editor)
    Call Number: Shields Library Humanities/Social Sciences Reference CB361 .E52 1999 (Lib Use Only)
    ISBN: 0684805146

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