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Shakespeare's Folktale Sources
by Charlotte Artese

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<span><span style="font-style:italic;">Shakespeare&rsquo;s Folktale Sources</span><span> argues that seven plays&mdash;</span><span style="font-style:italic;">The Taming of the Shrew, Titus Andronicus, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Merchant of Venice, All&rsquo;s Well that End&rsquo;s Well, Measure for Measure</span><span>, and </span><span style="font-style:italic;">Cymbeline</span><span>&mdash;derive one or more of their plots directly from folktales. In most cases, scholars have accepted one literary version of the folktale as a source. Recognizing that the same story has circulated orally and occurs in other medieval and early modern written versions allows for new readings of the plays. By acknowledging that a play&rsquo;s source story circulated in multiple forms, we can see how the playwright was engaging his audience on common ground, retelling a story that may have been familiar to many of them, even the illiterate. We can also view the folktale play as a Shakespearean genre, defined by source as the chronicle histories are, that spans and traces the course of Shakespeare&rsquo;s career. The fact that Shakespeare reworked folktales so frequently also changes the way we see the history of the literary folk- or fairy-tale, which is usually thought to bypass England and move from Italian novella collections to eighteenth-century French salons. Each chapter concludes with a bibliography listing versions of each folktale source as a resource for further research and teaching.</span></span>

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