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Additional Resources for Cymbeline by William Shakespeare

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Further Reading

Bergeron, David M. "Cymbeline: Shakespeare's Last Roman Play." Shakespeare Quarterly 31, no. 1 (1980): 31-41. Bergeron examines Shakespeare's understanding of Roman history and discusses Shakespeare's sources for the characters in Cymbeline.

"Sexuality in Cymbeline." Essays in Literature 10, no. 2(1983): 159-68.

Bergeron argues that since sexuality assures regeneration, it is often celebrated in the comic world. Bergeron discusses the implications of Cloten's and Jachimo's failure to find sexual fulfillment.

Bryant, Peter. "The Cave Scenes in Cymbeline: A Critical Note." Standpunte 23, no. 5 (1970): 14-22.

Bryant discusses how Guiderius and Arviragus demonstrate their true nobility despite their homely surroundings and unsophisticated upbringing.

Colley, John Scott. "Disguise and New Guise in Cymbeline." Shakespeare Studies 1 (1974): 233-52.

Colley examines how the characters' various disguises reveal their inner qualities. He discusses Cloten, Imogen, and Posthumus.

Hunt Maurice. "Shakespeare's Empirical Romance: Cymbeline and Modern Knowledge." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 22, no. 3 (1980): 322-42.

Hunt argues that Cymbeline, Imogen, and Posthumus gain...

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