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									Julius Caesar
The Sourcebooks Shakespeare

Author: William Shakespeare
Editor: Robert Ormsby
Editor: Marie Macaisa
Editor: Dominique Raccah
Other: Peter Holland
Other: David Bevington
Table of Contents

IntroductionPART I: THE FIENDS AMONG US
Chapter 1: Meet the Serial KillerPART II: AMERICAN SERIAL KILLERS
Chapter 2: Albert Fish
Chapter 3: Bobby Joe Long
Chapter 4: Ted Bundy
Chapter 5: Dean Corll
Chapter 6: Gary Heidnik
Chapter 7: John Wayne Gacy
Chapter 8: Albert DeSalvo
Chapter 9: Jerry Brudos
Chapter 10: Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Toole
Chapter 11: Jeffrey Dahmer
Chapter 12: David Berkowitz
Chapter 13: Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, Jr.
Chapter 14: Dennis Rader
Chapter 15: Edmund Kemper
Chapter 16: Richard Ramírez
Chapter 17: Robert Hansen
Chapter 18: Harvey Glatman
Chapter 19: Ed Gein
Chapter 20: Wayne Williams
Chapter 21: Gary Ridgway
Chapter 22: Leonard Lake and Charles Ng
Charles 23: Aileen WuornosPART III: SERIAL KILLERS WORLDWIDE
Chapter 24: Ivan Robert Marko Milat, Australia
Chapter 25: Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka, Canada
Chapter 26: Pedro López, Colombia
Chapter 27: Dennis Nilsen, England
Chapter 28: Henri Landru, France
Chapter 29: Peter Kürten, Germany
Chapter 30: Béla Kiss, Hungary
Chapter 31: Ahmad Suradji, Indonesia
Chapter 32: Yoshio Kodaira, Japan
Chapter 33: Arnfinn Nesset, Norway
Chapter 34: Karl Denke, Poland
Chapter 35: Andrei Chikatilo, Russia
Chapter 36: Moses Sithole, South AfricaPART IV: IN THEIR OWN WORDS
Chapter 37: Dennis Rader: Court Transcript of His Confession
Chapter 38: Gary Ridgway, the Green River Killer
Chapter 39: Edmund KemperPART V: TEST YOUR SERIAL KILLER IQIndexAbout the Authors
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Author Bio
William Shakespeare
Robert Ormsby received his PhD from the University of Toronto in 2005. Besides essays on Canadian
performances of classical drama (Toronto Slavic Quarterly, May, 2003; Shakespeare Bulletin, Summer
2004), his publications include Descriptive Entries of Folger Library collection prompt-books for
Coriolanus productions by John Philip Kemble, Samuel Phelps, and Henry Irving (The Shakespeare
Collection) and a review of Shakespeare and the Force of Modern Performance by W.B. Worthen.
(Renaissance Quarterly, Summer 2004).


Robert Ormsby
Marie Macaisa spent twenty years in her first career: high tech. She has a BS in computer science from
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a MS in artificial intelligence from the University of
Pennsylvania. She edited the first two books in the series, Romeo and Juliet and Othello, contributed the
"Cast Speaks" essays, and is currently at work on the next set.


Marie Macaisa
David Bevington is the Phyllis Fay Horton Distinguished Service Professor in the Humanities at the
University of Chicago. A renowned text scholar, he has edited several Shakespeare editions including the
Bantam Shakespeare in individual paperback volumes, The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Longman,
2003), and Troilus and Cressida (Arden, 1998). He teaches courses in Shakespeare, Renaissance Drama
and Medieval Drama.


Dominique Raccah
David Bevington is the Phyllis Fay Horton Distinguished Service Professor in the Humanities at the
University of Chicago. A renowned text scholar, he has edited several Shakespeare editions including the
Bantam Shakespeare in individual paperback volumes, The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Longman,
2003), and Troilus and Cressida (Arden, 1998). He teaches courses in Shakespeare, Renaissance Drama
and Medieval Drama.


Peter Holland
David Bevington is the Phyllis Fay Horton Distinguished Service Professor in the Humanities at the
University of Chicago. A renowned text scholar, he has edited several Shakespeare editions including the
Bantam Shakespeare in individual paperback volumes, The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Longman,
2003), and Troilus and Cressida (Arden, 1998). He teaches courses in Shakespeare, Renaissance Drama
and Medieval Drama.


David Bevington
David Bevington is the Phyllis Fay Horton Distinguished Service Professor in the Humanities at the
University of Chicago. A renowned text scholar, he has edited several Shakespeare editions including the
Bantam Shakespeare in individual paperback volumes, The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Longman,
2003), and Troilus and Cressida (Arden, 1998). He teaches courses in Shakespeare, Renaissance Drama
and Medieval Drama.

								
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