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King Lear

Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman
ISBN: 9780321107220
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From Longman's new Cultural Editions Series, King Lear, edited by Claire McEachern, presents the play along with a critical introduction and contextual materials from the era of Shakespeare.

William Shakespeares King Lear In Seinen Fassungen

Author: Alexandra Braun-Rau
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110939894
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In the recent past, the reassessment of the transmission situation with regard to Shakespeare's »King Lear« has spawned numerous single editions of the various versions of the play. Proceeding from a discussion of the transmission problems, the editorial history, and present-day editorial practice, the study undertakes a comprehensive reconception of the methodological foundations of version editing in connection with »King Lear«. The discussion of the theoretical editing problems involved produces an outline for a hypermedia edition that departs from traditional norms in its design of reader text, navigation structure, and reference system. An integral part of the study is an electronic component accessible on the internet (www.niemeyer.de/links/link_material.html), which illustrates the editorial and media-theoretical premises with reference to a newly edited portion of the text.

Shakespeare S King Lear

Author: S. Nagarajan
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443893455
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Shakespeare’s King Lear is often called his mightiest play. This comprehensive edition by S. Nagarajan (who edited the evergreen Signet edition of Measure for Measure) presents a lifetime of scholarship on Shakespeare and fifteen years of research specifically on Lear. Accessibly written, this edition serves the reader who has access to well-stocked libraries and lively theatres, as well as the student whose resources are more limited. The play-text is a conflation of the Quarto text and the First Folio text, and the notes provide a generous but discreet selection of alternative readings of lines and contexts. In ten erudite essays, Nagarajan provides a thoroughly researched picture of Shakespeare’s sources for the play, his unique use of language, Elizabethan theatre, history and values of the play, analysis of enigmatic scenes, glimpses into its performance history and other subjects, with special attention to Indian dramatic art theory. This edition is the first to bring together both the best scholarship on Lear to date and perspectives from Indian poetics and philosophy. The result is a text that robustly includes, but goes beyond, Anglophone cultures and Euro-American experiences, making it truly representative of Lear’s global stage.

The One King Lear

Author: Sir Brian Vickers
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674970330
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In the 1980s influential scholars argued that Shakespeare revised King Lear in light of theatrical performance, resulting in two texts by the bard’s own hand. The two-text theory hardened into orthodoxy. Here Sir Brian Vickers makes the case that Shakespeare did not cut his original text. At stake is the way his greatest play is read and performed.

King Lear

Author: Elspeth Bain
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 052173598X
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York Notes Advanced

Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Longman
ISBN: 9780582329218
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Key Features: Study methods Introduction to the text Summaries with critical notes Themes and techniques Textual analysis of key passages Author biography Historical and literary background Modern and historical critical approaches Chronology Glossary of literary terms

To Watch Theatre

Author: Rachel Fensham
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9789052010274
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This book is about watching theatre; and how to utilise a corporeal semiotics to read genres of contemporary theatre. It suggests that three key concepts interact: "genre," the formal term that structures theatricality, including the textual grammar of a dramatic work, its performance style, theatrical frame, and mode of rhetorical address; "corporeality," an assemblage of the troubling physical work of the actors, the figurative forms in the text, and the ambivalent bodies of the spectators; and "performance," the presenting of theatre as symbolic action in the social world. In order to develop new models of embodied spectatorship, these essays examine canonical productions of "Medea," "King Lear," "Miss Julie," "Genesi: The Museum of Sleep "directed by Deborah Warner, Barrie Kosky, Anne Bogart, and Romeo Castellucci. With close attention to bodies and texts in performance, the book argues that to watch theatre is an intimate, yet political, atunement to processes of human transfiguration. It concludes by offering a reinvigorated perspective on tragedy and tragic experience in the theatre.