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Negotiating Shakespeare's Language in Romeo and Juliet

Reading Strategies from Criticism, Editing and the Theatre

Lynette Hunter & Peter Lichtenfels

Negotiating Shakespeare's Language in Romeo and Juliet
Negotiating Shakespeare's Language in Romeo and Juliet

Negotiating Shakespeare's Language in Romeo and Juliet

Reading Strategies from Criticism, Editing and the Theatre

Lynette Hunter & Peter Lichtenfels

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'The authors do an excellent job exploring what they call "the border between bibliography and literary criticism, on the one hand, and the performance history of theatre practice and contemporary production strategies, on the other" to reveal alternative ways of understanding Romeo and Juliet. This will become essential reading for students, teachers, scholars, and all theatre professionals interested in Shakespeare's great romantic tragedy.' Jay L. Halio, University of Delaware, USA ’From the deadly first word of its title onwards, Negotiating Shakespeare's Language in Romeo and Juliet is an exemplary piece of contemporary textual scholarship. ... will interest those who want to know how the printed book and the internet may best complement one another ... Here is perhaps the most careful and thorough account yet of the play's textual history, in a very wide sense.’ Times Literary Supplement

'The authors do an excellent job exploring what they call "the border between bibliography and literary criticism, on the one hand, and the performance history of theatre practice and contemporary production strategies, on the other" to reveal alternative ways of understanding Romeo and Juliet. This will become essential reading for students, teachers, scholars, and all theatre professionals interested in Shakespeare's great romantic tragedy.' Jay L. Halio, University of Delaware, USA ’From the deadly first word of its title onwards, Negotiating Shakespeare's Language in Romeo and Juliet is an exemplary piece of contemporary textual scholarship. ... will interest those who want to know how the printed book and the internet may best complement one another ... Here is perhaps the most careful and thorough account yet of the play's textual history, in a very wide sense.’ Times Literary Supplement

Lynette Hunter, Professor of Dramatic Art, University of California -Davis, USA. Peter Lichtenfels, Head of Department of Theatre and Dance, University of California-Davis, USA.

Specifications

  • Publisher
    Routledge
  • Pub date
    Nov 2016
  • Pages
    254
  • Theme
    Literary studies: plays and playwrights
  • Dimensions
    234 x 156 mm
  • Weight
    453 gram
  • EAN
    9781138259591
  • Paperback
    Paperback
  • Language
    English

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