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📒Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Hamlet Summary :
📒No Fear Shakespeare by Spark Publishing
No Fear Shakespeare Summary : Using selected passages from the "No Fear Shakespeare" translations, offers an introduction to the life and works of William Shakespeare and includes a brief biography, a portrait of life in sixteenth century England, and an overview of Shakespearian-eratheater.
📒Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead Summary : Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is a play which, as it were, takes place in the wings of Hamlet, and finds both humour and poignancy in the situation of the ill-fated attendant lords. The National Theatre production in April 1967 made Tom Stoppard's reputation virtually overnight. Its wit, stagecraft and verbal verve remain as exhilarating as they were then and the play has become a contemporary classic. 'One of the most original and engaging of post-war plays.' Daily Telegraph
Renaissance Acting Editions The Tragedie of Hamlet Prince of Denmarke Hamlet Prince of Denmark Summary : Shakespeare's actors did not receive a copy of the entire script but instead worked from "cue-scripts" or "part scripts" which contained only the lines and cues for a single character. The Renaissance Acting Editions provide cue-scripts for those who wish to experiment with the early modern acting process. Each play in the series consists of a set of cue-scripts and an unabridged prompt-script in modern font edited and prepared from William Shakespeare's First Folio of 1623. A "platt" (a.k.a. a "plot," a running list of entrances, exits, and major stage business) and instructions for assembling a cue-script roll are also included. These editions are not direct transcriptions of the First Folio texts. Original spelling, punctuation, and verse lineation have been retained throughout, but minimal revision has been done (e.g., correction of missing entrances and exits, restoration of simultaneous dialogue, etc.) to make the scripts more user-friendly.
📒Hamlet by Jennifer Mulherin
Hamlet Summary : Discusses the plot, characters, and historical background of the Shakespeare play.
📒Hamlet Travestie In Three Acts by John Poole
Hamlet Travestie in Three Acts Summary :
📒A New Variorum Edition Of Shakespeare Hamlet 1877 by William Shakespeare
A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare Hamlet 1877 Summary :
📒Edwin Booth by Arthur W. Bloom
Edwin Booth Summary : "Edwin Booth began his career in 1849 as teenager. This biography traces his life and career as a tragic actor, including his childhood; his early acting tours; his rise to fame; his two marriages; his relationship with his brother John Wilkes Booth. Includes extensive appendix detailing every known Edwin Booth performance, with reviews and other materials"--
Essential Shakespeare An Introduction to The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark Summary : Allan A. Zarbock offers young readers a user friendly version of William Shakespeare's HAMLET. And let me speak to the yet unknowing world How these things came about. So shall you hear Of carnal, bloody, and unnatural acts, Of accidental judgments, casual slaughters, Of deaths put on by cunning and forced cause, And, in this upshot, purposes mistook Fall'n on the inventors' heads, all this can I Truly deliver.
📒Gertrude And Claudius by John Updike
Gertrude and Claudius Summary : Gertrude and Claudius are the “villains” of Hamlet: he the killer of Hamlet’s father and usurper of the Danish throne, she his lusty consort, who marries Claudius before her late husband’s body is cold. But in this imaginative “prequel” to the play, John Updike makes a case for the royal couple that Shakespeare only hinted at. Gertrude and Claudius are seen afresh against a background of fond intentions and family dysfunction, on a stage darkened by the ominous shadow of a sullen, erratic, disaffected prince. “I hoped to keep the texture light,” Updike said of this novel, “to move from the mists of Scandinavian legend into the daylight atmosphere of the Globe. I sought to narrate the romance that preceded the tragedy.”