Henry VIII, or All Is True  6803

This work contains the following individual pieces:

Locations in Harold's Library

Holdings which refer to this drama

  1. A Stratford Production: Henry VIII (essay)
  2. Henry VIII and the Poetry of Conversion (essay)
  3. Shakespeare: The Poet and His Plays (book) • Covered in chapter "A Lost Play based on Don Quixote, One Last English History, and a Tragicomedy of Ancient Athens"
  4. Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human (book) • in chapter 9 "The Late Romances"
  5. Shakespeare in Perspective (Volume 1) (book) • p88 • Commentaries by Anthony Burgess and Donald Sinden
  6. Shakespeare’s Language (book) • p301

Images of this drama

  1. Henry VIII 1949 Stratford. A spectacle in Elizabethan form. (image)
  2. Shakespeare Memorial Theatre 1948-50 (book)

This work has the following connections with other works:

  • Omniscience • de la Mare's poem originally carried quotation from Henry VIII "strew me o'er with maiden flowers" as an epigraph.
  • Orpheus (Lucius’ Song) • "Orpheus with his lute" is actually from Henry VIII but was interpolated into Welles' production of Julius Caesar

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