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Shakespeare: The Theatrical Dimension (AMS…

Shakespeare: The Theatrical Dimension (AMS Studies in the Renaissance)

by Philip C. McGuire (Editor), David A. Samuelson (Editor)

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McGuire, Philip C.Editorprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Samuelson, David A.Editormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Contents: Re-presenting Shakespeare / Edward Partridge --
Performing the poem / David A. Samuelson --
In search of the performance present / Barbara Hudgdon --
Poetry of the theatre / Marvin Rosenberg --
Choreography and language in Richard II / Philip C. McGuire --
Richard II at Stratford : role-playing as metaphor / Mirian Gilbert --
Speculations on doubling in Shakespeare's plays / Stephen Booth --
Changeable taffeta : Shakespeare's characters in performance / J.L. Styan --
Shakespeare's visual stagecraft : the seduction of Cressida / Douglas C. Sprigg --
Henry IV : a world of figures here / James Black --
Some dramatic techniques in King Lear / William H. Matchett --
Past the size of dreaming / Bernard Beckerman --
Directions for Twelfth Night / John Russell Brown --
Hamlet and our problems / Michael Goldman.
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