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Additional Resources for Pericles by William Shakespeare

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Further Reading

Barker, Gerard A. "Themes and Variations in Shakespeare's Pericles" English Studies 44, no. 6 (1963): 401-14.

Barker argues that Shakespeare deviates from his source in a way that emphasizes religious faith and the great patience of Pericles.

Brockbank, J. P. "Pericles and the Dream of Immortality." Shakespeare Survey 24 (1971): 105-16.

Brockbank examines the several deaths and miraculous reappearances of the presumed dead in the play and suggests that Pericles dramatizes rebirth.

Cutts, John P. "Pericles's 'Downright Violence'." Shakespeare Studies 4 (1968): 275-93.

Cutts presents Pericles as a seeker of excitement who brings on his own misfortunes. 

Felperin, Howard. "Shakespeare's Miracle Play." Shakespeare Quarterly 18, no. 4 (1967): 363-74.

Felperin examines each scene of Pericles and, in its allegory and use of a chorus, likens it to a medieval miracle play.

Flower, Annette C. "Disguise and Identity in Pericles, Prince of Tyre." Shakespeare Quarterly 26, no. 1 (1975): 30-41.

Flower focuses on Pericles, Thaisa, and Marina, discussing the significance of...

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