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Title: SHAKESPEARE'S WIDE AND UNIVERSAL STAGE.
Description: Manchester / New Hampshire, Manchester University Press, 1984. 1st edition. Hard bound with dustjacket, 24cmx16cm, Good copy. Designed by Max Nettleton. Contents: 1). John Russell Brown: Mr. Beckett's Shakespeare. 2). A. D. Nuttall: The argument about Shakespeare's characters. 3). John Edmunds: shakespeare breaks the illusion. 4). Martin Banham: BBC television's dull Shakespeares. 5). John Wain: The Shakespearean lie-detector: thoughts on 'Much ado about nothing'. 6). D. J. Palmer: 'As you like it' and the idea of play. 7). Terence Eagleton: Language and reality in 'Twelfth night'. 8). R. J. Smallwood: 'All's well that ends well' at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. 9). Nicholas Brooke: Reflecting gems and dead bones: Tragedy versus history in 'Richard III'. 10). D. J. Palmer: Casting off the old man: history and St. Paul in 'Henry IV'. 11). Barbara Everett: 'Romeo and Juliet': the nurse's story. 12). A. W. Bellringer: 'Julius Caesar': room enough. 13). David Pitie: 'Hamlet' without the prince. 14). Peter Mercer: 'Othello' and the form of heroic tragedy. 15). David Pirie: Lear as king. 16). W. Hutchings: Beast or god: 'the 'Criolanus' controversy. with notes and bibliography. VI + 233 pag.

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