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Materials for the Construction of
SHAKESPEARE'S MORALS:

The Stoic Legacy to the Renaissance

Major Ethical Authorities,
Indexed According to Virtues, Vices, and 
Characters from the Plays,
as well as Topics in Swift, Pope, and Wordsworth.

The Full Texts in English Translation,
Scanned, Digitized, Commented on, and Annotated by 
Ben R. Schneider, Jr.
Professor Emeritus of English at 
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY
Appleton, WI 54912

BOOKS AT THIS SITE INCLUDE
Cicero's De Officiis
Seneca's Moral Essays (3 vols)
Seneca's Moral Epistles (3 vols)
Plutarch's Lives translated by North (3 vols of 8)
1 volume of Plutarch's Lives translated by Dryden
Castiglione's Courtier
Erasmus's Christian Prince
Elyot's Governour,
Sidney's Arcadia Book I (index only)
Spenser's Faerie Queene (Books I, II, and VI)
Montaigne's Essays (3 vols) translated by Florio
James I's Basilikon Doron
Hall's Characters
*COMING SOON* Ruth Kelso's The Doctrine of the English Gentleman in the 16th Century (Text)
*COMING SOON* Ruth Kelso's The Doctrine of the English Gentleman in the 16th Century (Bibliography)

Site Activated April 23, 1999
Revised January 29, 2001
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