- Title Pages
- Textual Note
Chapter 1‘We see / The seasons alter’: Climate Change in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Chapter 2‘[T]he fire is grown too hot!’: Romeo and Juliet and the Dog Days
Chapter 3‘Winter and rough weather’: Arden’s Sterile Climate
Chapter 4Othello: Shakespeare’s À bout de souffle
Chapter 5‘The pelting of [a] pitiless storm’: Thunder and Lightning in King Lear
Chapter 6Clime and Slime in Anthony and Cleopatra
Chapter 7The I/Eye of the Storm: Prospero’s Tempest
- Conclusion: ‘Under heaven’s eye’
- Shakespeare's Representation of Weather, Climate and Environment
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