Shakespeare and the power of performance : stage and page in the Elizabethan theatre / Robert Weimann and Douglas Bruster.

Av: Weimann, RobertMedverkande: Bruster, DouglasUtgivare: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008Beskrivning: x, 266 s. ; 24 cmISBN: 978-0-521-89532-3; 0-521-89532-4Ämne(n): Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 | Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 | Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 | Engelsk dramatik -- historia -- 1600-talet | English drama -- 17th century -- History and criticism | Iscensättningar -- Shakespeare -- England -- 1500-talet -- 1600-talet | Uppförandepraxis -- teater -- England -- 1500-talet -- 1600-talet | Skådespelarkonst -- England -- 1500-talet -- 1600-talet | Skådespelaren och texter -- England -- 1500-talet -- 1600-talet | Berättarteknik | Teateruppsättningar | Litterär stilDDK-klassifikation: 822/.33 LC-klassifikation: PR2995 | .W45 2008SAB-klssifikation: Gez Shakespeare, William | Ge.02
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Innehåller avsnitt om Richard III (William Shakespeare) -- King John (William Shakespeare) -- King Lear (William Shakespeare)
Anmärkning bestånd: C11.064 Libris-ID: 11927090Summary: Bridging the gap between today's page- and stage-centred interpretations, the authors demonstrate the artful means by which Shakespeare responded to the competing claims of acting and writing in the Elizabethan era. They examine how he explored issues of performance through the resonant trio of clown, fool and cross-dressed boy actor.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 224-255) and index.

Innehåller avsnitt om Richard III (William Shakespeare) -- King John (William Shakespeare) -- King Lear (William Shakespeare)

Bridging the gap between today's page- and stage-centred interpretations, the authors demonstrate the artful means by which Shakespeare responded to the competing claims of acting and writing in the Elizabethan era. They examine how he explored issues of performance through the resonant trio of clown, fool and cross-dressed boy actor.

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