Pericles, Prince of Tyre

Author: William Shakespeare

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN:

Category: Drama

Page: 213

View: 733

This edition shows Shakespeare's Pericles to be a unified aesthetic experience.

Pericles

Prince of Tyre

Author: William Shakespeare

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Drama

Page: 100

View: 292

The classic one-volume Shakespeare, including all the plays and poems, now completely revised and updated.The distinguished Pelican Shakespeare series has sold five million copies. Now Penguin is proud to offer this fully revised new hardcover edition of The Complete Pelican Shakespeare. Since the series debuted more than forty years ago, developments in scholarship have revolutionized our understanding of William Shakespeare, his time, and his works. With new editors who have incorporated the most up-to-date research and debate, this revised edition of The Complete Pelican Shakespeare will be the premier choice for students, professors, and general readers for decades to come. The general editors of the series-world-renowned Shakespeareans Stephen Orgel of Stanford University and A. R. Braunmuller of UCLA - devoted seven years to preparing introductions and notes with a team of eminent scholars to the forty volumes of Shakespeare's plays and poems. Now, the new series is complete and available in one lavish and complete edition. Authoritative and meticulously researched texts Illuminating new introductions and notes by distinguished authors Essays on Shakespeare's life, the theatrical world of his time, and the selection of texts A handsome new design inside and out * Deluxe packaging, including a full-linen case, ribbon marker, Smyth-sewn binding, printed endpapers, acid-free paper, and illustrations throughout Photos and drawings reflecting Shakespeare's theatrical legacy Line numbers marking every tenth line and footnote references Both glossorial and explanatory notes appearing conveniently at the foot of the page

Shakespeare and the Middle Ages

Essays on the Performance and Adaptation of the Plays with Medieval Sources or Settings

Author: Martha W. Driver

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 284

View: 344

Every generation reinvents Shakespeare for its own needs, imagining through its particular choices and emphases the Shakespeare that it values. The man himself was deeply involved in his own kind of historical reimagining. This collection of essays examines the playwright's medieval sources and inspiration, and how they shaped his works. With a foreword by Michael Almereyda (director of the Hamlet starring Ethan Hawke) and dramaturge Dakin Matthews, these thirteen essays analyze the ways in which our modern understanding of medieval life has been influenced by our appreciation of Shakespeare's plays.

The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare's Last Plays

Author: Catherine M. S. Alexander

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN:

Category: Drama

Page: 221

View: 334

In this book, leading international Shakespeare scholars consider the significant characteristics of Shakespeare's last plays and place them in their Jacobean context.

Pericles, prince of Tyre; Cymbeline; The two noble kinsmen (with John Fletcher)

Author: William Shakespeare

Publisher: Signet Classics

ISBN:

Category: Drama

Page: 667

View: 632

The magic and art of Shakespeare is made even easier to understand in this revised edition of three of his plays. Includes a general discussion of his life, stage histories of his time, and dramatic criticism by noted scholars.

Posthumanist Shakespeares

Author: S. Herbrechter

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 261

View: 803

Shakespeare scholars and cultural theorists critically investigate the relationship between early modern culture and contemporary political and technological changes concerning the idea of the 'human.' The volume covers the tragedies King Lear and Hamlet in particular, but also provides posthumanist readings of other Shakespearean plays.

Shakespeare and the Greek Romance

A Study of Origins

Author: Carol Gesner

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 232

View: 986

This is the first study to relate the Greek romances to Elizabethan drama. It focuses upon the Greek romance materials in Shakespeare's plays to clarify the background of his art and to illuminate the relationship between the two literatures. The Greek romance tradition is described historically and traced through the works of Boccaccio and Cervantes, as well as other continental and English writers. Then, full attention is given to those plays of Shakespeare which utilize the Greek materials. The notes are full and, with the aid of the extensive index, can serve as a manual of the Greek romance materials in Renaissance literature. A bibliographic appendix lists the known editions, translations, and adaptations of Greek romances from about 1470 to about 1642. The manuscript history is reviewed briefly. Thorough, careful, the book will be indispensable for concerned scholars and libraries.