This text examines paradigmatic moments in the rich performance history of Shakespeare's play, from its early modern origins in the mid 1590s to postmodern stagings in the 1990s. The author aims to write in a lucid and engaging style and his book should appeal to a broad readership - from novice Shakespeareans, to eager readers of history, to pedants.
Publisher: University of Iowa Press ISBN: 9780877458296 Number of pages: 378 Weight: 757 g Dimensions: 254 x 178 x 27 mm
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