Further Reading

Editions of the Play: good editions are available under the publishers Arden (ed. D. Daniel), Cambridge, Oxford, and Penguin. The Arden and Oxford versions have the better introductory surveys. For Shakespeare's sources Arden is undoubtedly the best, reproducing the relevant passages at the back.

The following are useful secondary reading for Julius Caesar and Shakespeare's Roman plays in general.

Bonjour, A., The Structure of Julius Caesar, (1958)

Cantor, P.A., Shakespeare's Rome: Republic and Empire, (1976)

Charney M. (ed.), Discussions of Shakespeare's Roman Plays, (1964)

Ford, B., The New Pelican Guide to English Literature: Volume 2. The Age of Shakespeare, (1982)

Hunter, G. K. "A Roman Thought: Renaissance Attitudes to History Exemplified in Shakespeare and Ben Jonson", in Lee, B. S., An English Miscellany, (1977)

Miola, R. S., Shakespeare's Rome, (1983)

Spencer, T. J. B., "Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Romans", Shakespeare Studies, X (1957)
R Simmons, J. L., Shakespeare's Pagan World: The Roman Tragedies, (1973)

Thomas, K., History and Literature, (1988)

Traversi, D. Shakespeare: The Roman Plays, (1963)

Worden, B., "Shakespeare and Politics", Shakespeare Studies, 44 (1992)

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