Note.—The following list of books aims to be both a select bibliography of the English drama before Elizabeth, and a guide to the most important works upon the medieval drama now (Sept. 1896) in the libraries of The University of Chicago. The intention is to indicate the library where each book can be found, if it is at the University; but in the case of books contained in the English Library the section and the number of the shelf is given. A few works of especial value are marked with an asterisk. My especial indebtedness to the published bibliographi es of Professors Stoddard and Bates is gratefully acknowledged.
In justice to Mrs. Moore it should be said that the MS. of her table was not revised for the printer, but I feel sure that the table contains few errors.
J. vi. 21. *Stoddard, F. H. References for Students of Miracle Play and Mysteries. 1887. (University of California, Librar Bulletin, No. 8.) Exceptionally full and accurate. Biblioj. raphies can also be found in the works of Bates, Crei2' enach, and Davidson given under the next head.
X. iv. Vamhagen, H. Systematisches Verzeichnis der . .
Dissertationen, etc. 1893. Leipzig.
Books of General Reference.
Ward, A. W. History of English Dramatic Literature to
the Death of Queen Anne.
A. vi. Collier, J. P. History of English Dramatic Poetry to the
Time of Shakespeare, and Annals of the Stage to the
D. iv. Morley, Henry. English Writers. Cassell.
L. v. Symonds, J. A. Shakespeare's Predecessors in the English
Drama. Smith, Elder & Co.
L. ii. Jusserand, J. J. Le Theatre en Angleterre. Paris.
Rom. Lib. Sepet, M. Le Drame Chretien au Moyen Age. Paris.
X. iv. Klein, J. L. Geschichte des Dramas. Vols. XII-XIII. Leip
J. v. Hase, Karl. Miracle Plays and Sacred Dramas. (Trans- «
lation from the German by A. W. Jackson.) Triibner. J