As compelling as I find the electronic potential of textual editing, performance studies and pedagogy, I am most intrigued by the new possibilities for criticism. However, the arrival of Shakespearean criticism in hypertext and web format poses its own particular problems in production and reception. In fact, so far there is relatively little actual Shakespearean criticism available on the Web, although there are many text resources. My essay takes advantage of the links of hypertext to explore these issues on three different levels:
You can go to any of these sites directly. And, of course, Puck's image breaking out of the page will always bring you back here!
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