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|2003||‘You cannot show me’: Two Tudor Coronation Processions, Shakespeare’s King Henry VIII and the Staging of Anne Boleyn||Leahy, WJ|
|2002||“All would be royal”: The effacement of disunity in Shakespeare’s Henry V||Leahy, WJ|
|2007||"For pure need": Violence, terror and the common people in Henry VI, part 2||Leahy, WJ|
|2003||‘Thy Hunger-Starved Men’: Shakespeare’s Henry plays and the contemporary lot of the common soldier||Leahy, WJ|
|2009||The Shakespeare authorship question – A suitable subject for academia||Leahy, WJ|
|2015||Shakespearean biografiction: how modern biographers rely on context, conjecture and inference to construct a life of the Bard||Kevin, Gilvary|
|2016||‘mere prattle without practice’: Authorship in Performance||Betteridge, T; Thompson, G|
|2011||Women's clubs: Dispersing Shakespeare across America||Leahy, W; Whetstone, T|
|2016||Editorial: The many lives of William Shakespeare||Leahy, W|