King Richard ll
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Part of The New Cambridge Shakespeare
- Real Author: William Shakespeare
- Editor: Andrew Gurr, University of Reading
- Introduction by: Claire McEachern, University of California, Los Angeles
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In this updated edition of King Richard II, Claire McEachern provides a fresh introductory section in which she discusses the most important productions and scholarly criticism of recent years. Paying particular attention to the focus on religion in contemporary interpretations of the play, McEachern also analyses the increasing number of performances on stage and screen. Andrew Gurr's acclaimed introduction guides the reader through the play's action and politics, providing a thorough and engaging grounding in its structure, language and staging. An updated reading list completes the edition.Read more
- Features a fresh introductory section which brings the edition's analysis of scholarly criticism and performance right up-to-date
- Provides a revised reading list
- Includes fresh illustrations
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- Edition: 3rd Edition
- Date Published: January 2019
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108534437
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
1. Shakespeare's use of Holinshed
2. Extracts from Daniel's The Civil Wars
3. 'An Homilie against Disobedience'
4. Extracts from England's Parnassus
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