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The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare 2 Volume Hardback Set    ::  The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare aims to replicate the expansive reach of Shakespeare's global reputation. In pursuit of that vision, this work is transhistorical, international and interdisciplinary. Volume 1, Shakespeare's World, 1500-1660, includes a comprehensive survey of the world in which Shakespeare and his contemporaries lived, while Volume 2, The World's Shakespeare, 1660-Present, ex...

The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare 2 Volume Hardback Set : Bruce R.

The Taming of the Shrew    :  The New Cambridge Shakespeare appeals to students worldwide for its up-to-date scholarship and emphasis on performance. The series features line-by-line commentaries and textual notes on the plays and poems. Introductions are regularly refreshed with accounts of new critical, stage and screen interpretations. This is the third New Cambridge edition of The Taming of the Shrew, one of Shakespeare's most popular yet controversial plays. Ann Thompson considers...

The Taming of the Shrew : William Shakespeare,Ann Thompson

Letters of Jane Austen    :  The son of Jane Austen's 'favourite niece' Fanny Knight, Lord Brabourne, had inherited a large number of letters from Jane Austen including some to her sister Cassandra and others to members of the Knight family. The Letters of Jane Austen (1884) publishes these letters for the first time, and sets them in a family context drawn from the reminiscences of those who knew Austen personally. This second of two volumes presents a series of letters written betwee...

Letters of Jane Austen : The son of Jane Austen's 'favourite niece' Fanny Knight, Lord Brabourne, had inherited a large number of letters from Jane Austen including some to her sister Cassandra and others to members of the Knight family. The Letters of Jane Austen (1884) publishes these letters for the first time, and sets them in a family context drawn from the reminiscences of those who knew Austen personally. This second of two volumes presents a series of letters written betwee...

The Cambridge Introduction to Joseph Conrad    ::  Joseph Conrad is one of the most intriguing and important modernist novelists. His writing continues to preoccupy twenty-first-century readers. This introduction by a leading scholar is aimed at students coming to Conrad's work for the first time. The rise of postcolonial studies has inspired interest in Conrad's themes of travel, exploration, and racial and ethnic conflict. John Peters explains how these themes are explored in his maj...

The Cambridge Introduction to Joseph Conrad : John G.

Doubting Thomas    :  This thrilling novel is based on a true story of sex, drugs and blasphemy in late 17th C Edinburgh!

Doubting Thomas : This thrilling novel is based on a true story of sex, drugs and blasphemy in late C Edinburgh!

Epic, Epitome, and the Early Modern Historical Imagination    :  In early modern England, epitomes-texts promising to pare down, abridge, or sum up the essence of their authoritative sources-provided readers with key historical knowledge without the bulk, expense, or time commitment demanded by greater volumes. Epic poets in turn addressed the habits of reading and thinking that, for better and for worse, were popularized by the publication of predigested works. Analyzing popular texts...

Epic, Epitome, and the Early Modern Historical Imagination : Chloe Wheatley

Players of Shakespeare 4: Further Essays in Shakespearean Performance by Players with the Royal Shakespeare Company v.4    :  This 1998 book is the fourth volume of essays by actors with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Twelve actors describe the Shakespearian roles they played in productions between 1992 and 1997. The contributors are Christopher Luscombe, David Tennant, Michael Siberry, Richard McCabe, David Troughton, Susan Brown, Paul Jesson, Jane Lapotaire, Philip Voss, Julian Glove...

Players of Shakespeare Further Essays in Shakespearean Performance by Players with the Royal Shakespeare Company : Robert Smallwood

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