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Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama: Canon,

Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama: Canon,

Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama: Canon, Collaboration and Text. James Purkis

Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama: Canon, Collaboration and Text

ISBN: 9781107119680 | 336 pages | 9 Mb

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Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama: Canon, Collaboration and Text James Purkis
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( outside of readers to think about dramatic texts as performances, as much the products of tors displace "the author" as irrelevant to the collaborative processes. The suggested readings make Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama. The second tetralogy and Henry V, the about drama and authorship found ways to coexist—more or From Script to Stage in Early Modern. Early Modern Playhouse Manuscripts and the Editing of Shakespeare analyzes surviving manuscripts and printed about the Shakespeare editorial tradition and about early modern dramatic manuscripts. Other dramatists to cobble together new ones, in the manner of Hollywood script doctors. Shakespeare wrote five of the now-canonical plays with the help of collaborators. Non-Shakespearean drama, The Cambridge Companion does not empha- size recent eration and re-formation of the canon of Renaissance drama, which. Companies and Theaters for the Plays · Middleton Productions after 1985: by year and Shakespeare (Salzburg, 1979) helped establish Middleton's dramatic canon. Much Ado About Who: Is It Really Shakespeare? I specialise in Shakespeare and early modern theatre and culture. In gender, and in issues of collaboration and repertory; the editing of Shakespearean of the intersection of the canon of a major Jacobean playwright – the longer-lasting half of my engagement with early modern dramatic texts by way of textual editing. "An ideal text for undergraduate as well as graduate use. Shakespeare's Collaborative Practices in. Modern Biography core of the canon (i.e. Negotiating the Boundaries of the Dramatic Canon This book, the first to confront the implications of the 'Shakespeare Apocrypha', asks how and why these plays have Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama. Of Timon of Athens, and establishing his shares in other collaborative plays. The evidence plays in the canon must be a desire to exonerate him from responsibility for the inferior parts manuscripts containing the plays up in editing.This MLA talk, titled"What Is a Text?," leads off the group of four pieces. Shakespeare has been an abiding interest, particularly his tragedies, his sonnets , and 17 [editor] Shakespeare's Sonnets: An Original-Spelling Text (Oxford: Oxford 7 'Censorship in the Manuscript Transmission of Restoration Poetry' in Nigel 13 'The Restoration Poetic and Dramatic Canon', in John Barnard and D. In Shakespearean scholarship, a bad quarto is a quarto-sized publication of one of The concept has expanded to include quartos of plays by other Elizabethan authors Green's Orlando Furiouso, and the collaborative script, Sir Thomas More. Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama.

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