I. Falstaff.

1. Maurice Morgann: An Essay on the Dramatic Character of Sir John Falstaff. London, 1777.

2. William Maginn: Shakespeare Papers. Falstaff. New York, 1856.

3. E. E. Stoll: Falstaff. Modern Philology, October, 1914. (Full of useful information, but a notable example of the insufficiency of mere "scientific" treatment of literature.)

II. Prince Hal.

III. General Criticism.

1. William Hazlitt: The Characters of Shakespeare's Plays. London, 1817.

2. Henry N. Hudson: Shakespeare, his Life, Art, and Characters. Boston, 1872.

3. Edward Dowden: Shakespeare, a Critical Study. London, 1880.

4. George Brandes: William Shakespeare. A Critical Study. Translated into English by William Archer. London, 1897.

5. John Masefield: William Shakespeare. New York, 1911.

6. Stopford Brooke: Ten More Plays of Shakespeare. London, 1918.

IV. Miscellaneous.

1. Beverley E. Warner: English History in Shakespeare's Plays. New York, 1894.

2. Brander Matthews: Stage Traditions in Shakespeare Studies by the English Faculty of Columbia University. New York, 1916.