David Scott Kastan
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (October 22, 2001)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 5 MB
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This publication is a authoritative account of Shakespeare's performs as they have been reworked from scripts to be played into books to be learn, and finally from well known leisure into the centerpieces of the English literary canon. Kastan examines the reasons and actions of Shakespeare's first publishers; the curious eighteenth-century schizophrenia that observed Shakespeare greatly transformed on degree on the very second that students have been operating to set up and fix the "genuine" texts, and the exhilarating probabilities of digital media for providing Shakespeare now to new generations of readers. this is often an immense contribution to Shakespearean textual scholarship, to the heritage of the early English ebook exchange, and to the idea of drama itself.
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