Shakespearean Scholarship: A Guide for Actors and Students
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002 - 413 oldal
This reference is a convenient guide to the many scholarly works on Shakespeare that are of special interest to members of the dramatic community. The volume begins with a consideration of how the needs of theatre professionals differ from those of scholars. It then offers advice on how to use the resources of academic libraries. Topics such as the merits of particular editions and commentaries, available reference resources, graphic works and studies of the Elizabethan world, and the ways in which Shakespeare's plays have been staged are also discussed.
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... except those who agree with me." Presenting Opinions as Facts Sometimes a rehearsal-room question is best 6 Shakespearean Scholarship.
Presenting Opinions as Facts Sometimes a rehearsal-room question is best answered by a precise, unequivocal answer. It might be that scholars have debated ...
Keep these facts in mind: • Scholars have reason to believe that as many as four out of five plays of the period have been lost to us.
In fact, the interpretations are as varied as the number of scholars working in the field. For every publication in which the writer announces that the ...
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The goal of this trio of books by O'Dell (theater and English, Wilfrid Laurier Univ.), the text consultant for the Stratford Festival, is to help actors and students gain access to Shakespeare's plays ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása
Villains Rogues and Notorious Failures
Shakespeare the Master of All Arts
Encyclopedias of Ordinary Life
A Womans Work
Love Marriage and Procreation
The Scholarly Editions
What Can Be Learned from Quartos and Folios?
In Search of Shakespeares Text
The Actor and the Text
Dictionaries Reference Books and Guides
Reference Books Companions and Guides
History Reference Books
Nonacademic Introductions and Overviews
A Debt of Gratitude
Pictures Reproductions and Reprints
Picturefilled General Introductions
Castles and Sheepcotes
Portraits and Landscapes
Engravings and Woodblocks
Verbal and Visual Portraits of Daily Life
Old Books Anew
The Shakespeare Industry
Famous Players of the World Stage
Reflections in a Mirror
The Glass of Fashion
Using the Past to Reflect the Present
Distorted Images of the Past
The Peopled World
Games and Pastimes
The Natural World
Theatrical Time Machines
The English Church
Layers of Meaning
Shakespeare in the Theatre
Shakespeare in Performance
Shakespeares First Theatres
The Swan of Avon
The Medieval Heritage
Final Thoughtsfor Now
Shakespeare in the Rehearsal Hall
Index of Plays and Characters