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by William Shakespeare,Henry Irving,Frank A. Marshall

Author: William Shakespeare,Henry Irving,Frank A. Marshall
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (July 20, 2009)
Pages: 412 pages
Category: Other
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Henry Irving, the influential and controversial Victorian actor, was closely involved in the publication of this distinctive . Be the first to ask a question about The Henry Irving Shakespeare (Cambridge Library Collection - Literary Studies). Lists with This Book.

As an actor, his concern was largely with the intellectual project of seeing each play as a unified work, rather than with producing strong emotional effects in the audience.

Online ISBN: 9780511701689. As an actor, his concern was largely with the intellectual project of seeing each play as a unified work, rather than with producing strong emotional effects in the audience.

McMillin, Scott, Shakespeare in Performance: Henry IV Part One (1991). Discussion of five important modern productions, up to English Shakespeare Company, plus films

McMillin, Scott, Shakespeare in Performance: Henry IV Part One (1991). Discussion of five important modern productions, up to English Shakespeare Company, plus films. Merlin, Bella, With the Rogue's Company: Henry IV at the National Theatre (2005). Recording of English Shakespeare Company's eclectic and highly political stage production. 1. Scott McMillin, Shakespeare in Performance: Henry IV, Part One (1991), p. 2. A reference to The Second Part of Henry the Fourth or Henry V in Nicholas Breton's A Post with a Packet of Mad Letters (Part I, 1603). 3. James Wright, Historia Historionica (1699).

Henry VIII is a collaborative history play, written by William Shakespeare and John Fletcher, based on the life of King Henry VIII of England. An alternative title, All Is True, is recorded in contemporary documents, the title Henry VIII not appearing until the play's publication in the First Folio of 1623. Stylistic evidence indicates that individual scenes were written by either Shakespeare or his collaborator and successor, John Fletcher

Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama (Book 10). Paperback: 264 pages. I strongly recommend Henry IV Part I to all Shakespeare aficionados seeing as I deem it in the top five of all Shakespeare's works along with Hamlet, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, & Henry V. Now on to Part II. Adieu. The better part of valor is discretion.

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The Henry Irving Shakespeare) 1889. William Shakespeare (1564-1616). Irving presented the volumes to Queen Mary when she was Duchess of York, as a gift on her marriage to the future King George V in 1893. The actor inscribed the first volume to her with a quote from Othello: 'Hail to thee, Lady! and the grace of heaven Before behind thee, and on every hand enwheel thee round. Othello Henry Irving: 1893'. William Shakespeare, Othello, Act 2, Scene 1, lines 93–5).

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Henry Irving, the influential and controversial Victorian actor, was closely involved in the publication of this distinctive Shakespeare edition. As an actor, his concern was largely with the intellectual project of seeing each play as a unified work, rather than with producing strong emotional effects in the audience. In the words of his obituary in The Times, he appealed to scholars 'by his reverent and often acute treatment of the text', and accustomed playgoers to look for 'more than empty amusement'. To the edition, he brought a sense of the plays in performance which has never been equalled before or since. Addressing a general readership, he both included notes on cuts used by professional companies and suggested others that would facilitate amateur performances. Gordon Browne's illustrations, which suggest the contemporary styles of stage costume, are another attractive feature of this edition, which will appeal to Shakespearians and theatre historians alike.