(簡體)莎士比亞全集中文版 - 提供莎士比亞全集中文版在線閱讀，包括《奧瑟羅》、《羅密歐與朱麗葉》、《李爾王》等作品。
莎士比亞 - 戲劇藝術的典範 - 介紹莎士比亞的生平及戲劇創作。
英文網站：資料來源-(Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia)
Shakespeare: The Collected Works of the Bard
Web site provides 'The Collected Works of William Shakespeare,' which includes a chronology of the plays, resources on the Internet, and texts. From Dr. Doug L. Hoffman, computer scientist.
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet
Web index and resource pages on the works of William Shakespeare include biography, criticism, theater history, and more. From Terry Gray, academic technology supervisor at Palmar College, an online school.
The Shakespeare Web
The Shakespeare Web is a site that offers limited reviews of productions of plays, several games, news, and products for sale. Site managed by an enthusiast.
OpenUW: A series of free courses presented by UW Educational Outreach
Free online noncredit course on Shakespeare's comedies, offered by the University of Washington Educational Outreach. Requires free subscription; minimal age--13 years.
Ken Larson - Shakespeare between Aufklarung and Sturm und Drang
An essay, delivered at the 1987 Modern Language Association conference, analyzing the reception and influence of Shakespeare in Germany during the era of Sturm und Drang. By Ken Larson, professor of German at Wells College, Aurora, NY.
The Cleveland Press Shakespeare Photographs
More than 400 digitized photographs of Shakespeare productions on stage (including theater, opera, and ballet) and screen. Searchable by keyword and browsable by play title or genre. From Cleveland State University Library.
Romeo & Juliet
Online study guide for Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet,' provided by Prof. Paul Brians of Washington State Univ. as part of his world literature course materials.
Biographical essay on William Shakespeare, with extensive bibliography. From Authors' Calendar section of Pegasos--a world literature resource maintained by Finnish librarian Petri Liukkonen.
Shakespeare's Sonnets (1609)
Exemplary presentation of the 1609 Quarto of the sonnets, with scholarly preface and discussion of textual issues and contemporary reception. Bibliography; battery of analytical tools. From the Renaissance Electronic Texts series.
Sources and Analogues for Julius Caesar
Classical biographical sources (Plutarch and Cicero) for Julius Caesar, with Alexander's 'Tragedy of Julius Caesar' (1637). Provided by Tufts University's Perseus Project.
William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
Text in three editions: a facsimile of the First Folio, a variorum edition with commentary, and text with modern punctuation and spelling. With an array of critical resources, including a stage history. Provided by Tufts University's Perseus Project.
Shakespeare Oxford Society Home Page
Home page of the Shakespeare Oxford Society, formed to advance the claim that Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford was the true author of the plays ascribed to Shakespeare. Chronology; current news; links to its newsletter and journal.
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
Web site of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust offers biographical and historical information on the bard, as well as trust-related information and news.
Public Record Office / DocumentsOnline
Britain's national archives' Web site provides scanned images of William Shakesreare's final will and testament (in PDF format, requires Acrobat Reader).
Shakespeare in quarto: view the British Library's digital copies online
Views, texts, and comparison tables for all of the British Library's 93 copies of the plays by Shakespeare printed in quarto. Also included is background information on Shakespeare, his works, the printing of his plays, and the theater world of his time.
First Folio of Shakespeare
Searchable electronic edition of the 1623 First Folio in the Folger Shakespeare Library. Provided by the Oxford Text Archive. With a detailed user manual and sample searches.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Provides full text of the complete works of Shakespeare, on a site created by Jeremy Hilton, a computer engineer. Site operated by 'The Tech' magazine at M.I.T.
Shakespeare Illustrated contains copies of 19th-century paintings based on Shakespeare's plays, as well as a biography of works cited. Created by Harry Rusche, professor at Emory Univ., Ga.
The Folger Shakespeare Library
A most informative site for students and scholars, offering data about the library, its history, scholarly research, exhibitions, theater productions, and educational programs. Also includes information about the Folger Institute.
Shakespeare Study Guides - SparkNotes
Well-structured study guide to Shakespeare's plays and sonnets (context, summary, characters, study questions, review quiz, and further reading), written primarily by Harvard students. Maintained by Barnes and Noble booksellers.
Fathom :: The Source for Online Learning
Resources for Shakespeare studies from leading academics in the field. Part of the Fathom archive of online learning resources, provided by Columbia University. Includes lectures, articles, interviews, exhibits, and free seminars.
The National Archives / Exhibitions & Learning Online / Exhibitions & Treasures / Shakespeare's Will
Enlargeable photostat of William Shakespeare's will, with a transcript and background information. Provided by the U.K.'s National Archives.
Internet Shakespeare Editions: Home Page
Initiates a series of wholly new scholarly editions designed specifically for Internet use. Enhancements will include multimedia performance histories and a range of critical materials. Some Folio and quarto texts currently available.
Interactive Shakespeare Project - Measure for Measure
Collection of materials for the study or performance of 'Measure for Measure,' with study exercises, video and audio clips, critical essays, and links to other resources. Project director is Prof. Edward Isser, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass.
The Upstart Crow: A Shakespeare Journal
Journal home page presents a brief history of the publication and the contents of all of its issues through 1997 as well as submission and subscription information.
Selected Poetry of William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
Generous selection of sonnets and of songs from the plays; 'The Phoenix and the Turtle' (1601); excerpts from 'Venus and Adonis' (1593). Annotations. From the online anthology 'Representative Poetry' (University of Toronto 1912-present).
From the Univ. of Virginia's Electronic Texts Center, rich textual and bibliographical sources for the study of Shakespeare. Access to complete article base of 'Studies in Bibliography' (vols. 1-50); some other resources are proprietary.
在16和17世纪的英国，话剧脚本不像现在一样受重视，被人们看作不入流的文学，所以莎士比亚所创作的38 出话剧里，最初被印刷出来的只有18 出，而且都是四开本，后来才刊行了不同版本的对开本。
牛津大学的博德联图书馆（Bodleian Library）珍藏了仅存的75本1641年前刊行的莎剧四开本中的55本，另外一大部分则收藏在美国华盛顿的福尔杰莎士比亚图书馆（Folger Shakespeare Library）。
这个项目称为“莎士比亚四开本书库”（Shakespeare Quartos Archive），其网站将为读者提供高解像度的图像，协助读者了解所有的莎剧四开本的实况。
英国的联合信息系统委员会（The Joint Information Systems Committee） 为这个工程出资六万英镑，而美国方面的资金则来自国家人类基金 (The National Endowment For The Humanities) 。
参 加这个项目的单位还包括了大英图书馆（British Museum）、爱丁堡大学图书馆（Edinburgh University Library）、苏格兰国立图书馆（The National Library of Scotland）、伯明翰大学（University of Birmingham）的莎士比亚研究所（Shakespeare Institute），还有美国马里兰州人类科技 研究所（Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities）。