Two Gentlemen of Verona (1924) Yale/Appendix D
Suggestions for Collateral Reading
William Hazlitt: Characters of Shakespear's Plays (1817). (Reprinted in Everyman’s Library. See pp. 203–205.)
W. C. Hazlitt: Shakespeare's Library, Part I, Vol. I (London, 1875), pp. 275–312. (Reprint of the story of Felix and Felismena from Bartholomew Yonge's translation of Montemayor's Diana. See above, pp. 90–92.)
Grace Latham: On Julia, Silvia, Hero and Viola, in Transactions of the New Shakspere Society, 1887–1892, Part IV, pp. 319–350.
Andrew Lang: The Comedies of Shakespeare. With illustrations by E. A. Abbey. XI. Two Gentlemen of Verona. Harper's New Monthly Magazine, December, 1894, vol. LXXXVIII, pp. 134–147.
Lewis Lewes: The Women of Shakespeare (New York and London, 1895), pp. 137–140.
The Two Gentlemen of Verona (The Arden Edition), edited by R. Warwick Bond (London, 1906).
G. P. Baker: The Development of Shakespeare as a Dramatist (New York, 1907), pp. 116–123.
A. H. Tolman: Questions on Shakespeare, Part II (Chicago, ), pp. 261–297.
Brander Matthews: Shakspere as a Playwright (New York, 1913), pp. 73–78.
The Two Gentlemen of Verona, edited by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch and John Dover Wilson (Cambridge, 1921).
R. M. Alden: Shakespeare (New York, 1922), pp. 200–203.