viernes, 25 de mayo de 2018

9. Bibliografía y fuentes (Por orden de aparición)

9. Bibliografía y fuentes (Por orden de aparición)

William Shakespeare

-Macbeth: De la Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes "Macbeth & Lady Macbeth"; versión y dramaturgia Alfonso Plou y Carlos Martín

-          Macbeth - En Español

HAMLET de William Shakespeare Traducción, versión y adaptación de José María Ruano de la Haza -

-Hamlet: traducida é ilustrada con la vida del autor y notas críticas por Inarco Celenio [Leandro Fernández de Moratín]; edición digital de Juan Antonio Ríos Carratalá (

Michael Platt
-Shakespeare Good and Great

Los sueños de San Juan Bosco sobre el infierno
A.D. 1860 - Memorias Biográficas de San Juan Bosco, Tomo IX,págs. 166-181)

Padre Pablo Domínguez Prieto
-"Hasta la cumbre" Editorial:San Pablo,2011

Theodore Dalrymple


-Life at the Bottom: The Worldview That Makes the Underclass (2001)
-Romancing Opiates: Pharmacological Lies And The Addiction Bureaucracy (2006)
-Our Culture, What's Left of It: The Mandarins and the Masses by Theodore Dalrymple, 2007

On line

-Why Shakespeare Is For All Time

-Truth vs. Theory

Cardenal John Henry Newman
-Conferencia en la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, A Lecture in the School of Philosophy and Letters (

Joseph Pearce


-Shakespeare: una investigación de Joseph Pearce. Ediciones Palabra. 2008
-Escritores conversos: la inspiración espiritual en una época de incredulidad
-Por los ojos de Shakespeare. Ediciones Rialp. 2013

On line

-Best Biographies of Shakespeare - Joseph Pearce on his choice for the Best Biographies of Shakespeare
-Justice for Juliet -Joseph Pearce defends his critique of the character of Juliet
-Shylock the Leprechaun - The source of Shakespeare's famous Jew is not very Jewish
-Kalpakgian on "Shakesepeare on Love" - Joseph Pearce passes along a review of his book Shakespeare on Love by Mitchell Kalpakgian
-Shakespeare and Thomas More in Spain
-Shakespeare's Innocent Victims - Joseph Pearce on why the innocent suffer in
-Happy Catholics and a Happy Author - A Positive review of Joseph Pearce's Shakespeare on Love
-Joseph Pearce on "Romeo and Juliet" - Two interviews with Joseph Pearce on Romeo and Juliet
-What's Love Got to Do with It? - Beliefnet's interview with Joseph Pearce on Romeo and Juliet
-Rome vs. Romance in "Romeo and Juliet"
-Portrait of an Honest Ghost - Is the ghost of Hamlet's father a demon?On this questions hangs the entire play
-The Bard of Avon and the Blood Red Rose of Lancaster
-Shakespeare and Richard III -Now that the remains of King Richard III have been discovered, what was Shakespeare saying about him in his famous play?
-Shakespeare, Thomas More and Henry VIII - Joseph Pearce speculates on the political mood behind Sir Thomas More and Henry VIII
-Pasternak on Shakespeare and Dostoyevsky - Boris Pasternak on the similarities between the two writers, as noted in Macbeth
-Burying the Truth - Joseph Pearce on the claim that Shakespeare was buried a "lay rector" of his Anglican church
-Shakespeare, the Supreme Court and Child Pornography - Joseph Pearce notes how bad literary criticism affects even the law of the land
-The Poison of Anti-Catholic Bias - Joseph Pearce passes along Robert Carballo's defense of the Faith, in a dispute over The Merchant of Venice
-Shakespeare and "Sir Thomas More" - Joseph Pearce is interviewed on Shakespeare's role in writing the play Sir Thomas More
-Shakespeare and Chesterton - Joseph Pearce answers a correspondent about Chesterton's view of Shakespeare
-The Challenge of Shakespeare - Joseph Pearce on why we need to stop reading Shakespeare the Wrong Way
-Shakespeare and his Times - Do we want the real Shakespeare or a Shakespeare of our own making?
-Anything but Anonymous
-Defending Shakespeare against the Latest Hollywood Nonsense
-Why Protestants Should Not be Scared of the Catholic Shakespeare - Joseph Pearce shows that Shakespeare was anything but "post-Christian"

Josh Craddock
-Shakespeare’s Critique of the American Regime: A Response to John McGinnis (

G.K. Chesterton

Alexander Solzhenitsyn
-Archipiélago Gulag, 1918–1956: ensayo de investigación literaria. Tusquets Editores

Kenneth Colston
-Macbeth y el drama del pecado"Macbeth and the Tragedy of Sin

Veronica Priest
-Willy Shakes Dyed a Papyst’: Exploring Shakespeare’s Catholic Mind (

Fr. Robert D. Smith

Mitchell A. Kalpakgian

Joanna Bogle
-The Shakespeare (Catholic) - The Bard, 400 Years Later (

Keneth Colston
-The Case for Catholic Shakespeare

-Shakespeare and the Franciscan Order

Harold Bloom

Antonio Giuliano

Kevin O'Brien

Peter Milward


-Shakespeare the Papist (Sapientia Classics), 2006
-The Catholicism of Shakespeare's Plays (Saint Austin Literature & Ideas Series), 1997
-Religious Controversies of the Jacobean Age: A Survey of Printed Sources, 1978
-Religious Controversies of the Elizabethan Age: A Survey of Printed Sources, 1977 (by Peter Milward and G. R. Elton)
-The Catholicism of Shakespeare's Plays (Saint Austin Literature & Ideas Series, 1997
-Shakespeare's Apocalypse (Saint Austin Literature & Ideas Series), 2000
-Shakespeare's religious background, 1973
-Shakespeare Today, 2012
-Jacobean Shakespeare (Sapientia Classics), 2006
-Biblical Influences in Shakespeare's Great Tragedies, 1987
-Shakespeare's Apocalypse (Saint Austin Literature & Ideas Series), 2000

On line

-Was Shakespeare a Catholic? - Peter Milward tackles the question
-Was Shakespeare a Recusant? - Peter Milward on the evidence that -Shakespeare was a recusant
-Milward, Shakespeare the Catholic
-Catholic Shakespeare
-Fr. Milward on Shakespeare's faith, as reflected in his plays
-Shakespeare the Catholic -The Hot Topic - Fr. Peter Milward gives a glimps into the fascinating history of the scholarship on the question of Shakespeare and the Catholic Faith
-History of Shakespearian Criticism, Milward, Shakespeare the Catholic
-Five Full Years of "The Catholic Hypothesis" - Fr. Peter Milward on the recent explosion in scholarship on Shakespeare the Catholic
-History of Shakespearian Criticism, Milward, Shakespeare the Catholic

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