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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)JI/5/11
TitleResearch notes bundle
Extent1 file
DescriptionResearch notes on Ghosts in Elizabethan drama, Shakespeare, satire, criticism, dramatic technique, Dryden, Pope, Marlowe and other personal notes, c1925-c1955.

Magazine articles written by Isaacs entitled:
'The Bible and English Poetry' from the Listener, 5 June 1947.
'New Light on Shakespeare' from the Listener, 7 July 1949.
'Sources of Shakespeare's Plays' from the Listener, 4 August 1949.
'Sources of Shakespeare's Plays' from the Listener, 4 August 1949.
'The Elizabethan Audience' from the Listener, 1 September

Booklet entitled 'Production and Stage-Management at the Blackfriars Theatre' by Issacs, 1933.
Script for Isaacs' appearence on BBC radio show entitled 'The Art of Poetry - 3. Shakespeare's Poetic Art', 4 March 1949.
Annaul Shakespeare Lecture booklet entitled 'Shakespeare's Earliest Years in the Theatre' by Isaacs, 22 April 1953.
Invitation to reception at the end of the Braque Exhibition from the Institute of Contemporary Arts, 18 June 1954.

Play programmes for:
Shakespeare's 'Antony and Cleopatra' at the Old Vic, 1925.
Shakespeare's 'The Two Noble Kinsmen' at the Old Vic, 1928.
Shakespeare's 'Henry VIII' at the Old Vic, 8 April 1929.
Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' at the Open Air Theatre, Regents Park, c1930-c1960.
Shakespeare's 'Volpone' at Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1952.

Programme for conference 'Shakespeare Festival', 1939.
Programme for course 'A Course For Those Concerned Wth Teaching English In Schools', August 1952.
Timetable for 'Holdiay Course in English for Foreign Students', 1951.
Exam paper from University of London Intermediate Examination in Arts for English, July 1938.
Syllabus for course 'Shakespeare's Workshop (Part I)', c1925-c1955.

Letter from [Simpson] concerning theatrical terms, 12 January 1926.
Note written in Hebrew, 21 May 1944.
Booklet entitled 'The Elizabethan Age' by J E Neale, 1951.
Newspaper review for Shakespeare's 'Richard III', 30 January 1949.
ArrangementSplit into two folders during arrangement.
Access StatusOpen
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/516Shakespeare; William (1564-1616); Playwright.
DS/UK/556Dryden; John (1631-1700); An influential poet, literary critic, translator and playwright.
DS/UK/529Pope; Alexander (1688-1744); An eighteenth-century English poet.
DS/UK/537Marlowe; Christopher (1564-1593); An English dramatist, poet and translator.
DS/UK/1108Neale; Sir; John Ernest (1890-1975); Historian
DS/UK/1182BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation); 1927-; British public service broadcaster
DS/UK/1739Old Vic Theatre; 1818-; London Theatre
DS/UK/1740Braque; Georges (1882-1963); French Painter, Sculptor
DS/UK/70Isaacs; Jacob (1896-1973); Professor; Academic and writer.