|Statement||by Ronald B. McKerrow.|
|LC Classifications||PR3071 .M25 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||76016799|
Treatment of Shakespeare's text by his earlier editors, London, H. Milford  (OCoLC) Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R B McKerrow. The treatment of Shakespeare's text by his earlier editors, by Ronald Brunlees McKerrow 6 editions - first published in Not in Library. FOSSILIZED SHAKESPEARE The Treatment of Shakespeare's Text by His Earlier Editors, By Ronald B. McKerrow. London: Milford, Pp. # (Annual Shakespeare Lecture of the British Academy, from Proceedings, XIX). As usual, Mr. McKerrow is straight-forward, at his ease, and informative. But this annual lecture of the British Academy is. The Treatment of Shakespeare’s Text by his Earlier Editors, , by Ronald B McKerrow. Paternity in Shakespeare, by Arthur Quiller-Couch. Shakespeare’s Iterative Imagery, by Caroline F E Spurgeon. A Plea for the Liberty of Interpreting, by Lascelles Abercrombie The Elizabethan Shakespeare, by J Dover Wilson.
History of Shakespearean Criticism (London, ); R. B. McKerrow, The Treatment of Shakespeare's Text by His Earlier Editors, (London, ); David Lovett, "Shakespeare as a Poet of Realism in the Eighteenth Century," ELH (Nov. ). For significant treatment of the acting tradition see A. S. Downer's excellent article, "Nature. The editors have selected interesting and vivid evocations of settings, acting and stage presentation and range widely in time and plays of Shakespeare are a particularly rich field for such treatment, having formed a central part of British theatrical culture for four hundred years. Full text of "Some Account of the Life of Mr. William Shakespear ()" See other formats The Project Gutenberg EBook of Some Account of the Life of Mr. William Shakespear (), by Nicholas Rowe This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. Love and marriage are the concerns of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. Lucentio’s marriage to Bianca is prompted by his idealized love of an apparently ideal woman. Petruchio’s wooing of Katherine, however, is free of idealism.
X (), ; Allardyce Nicoll, "The editors of Shakespeare from first folio to Malone," _Studies in the first Folio_, London (), pp. ; Ronald B. McKerrow, "The treatment of Shakespeare's text by his earlier editors, ," _Proceedings of the British Academy_, XIX. SHAKESPEARE This book helps the reader make sense of the most commonly studied writer in the world. It starts with a brief explanation of how Shakespeare’s writings have come down to us as a series of scripts for actors in the early modern theatre industry of London. The main chapters of the book approach the texts through. I don’t have an ideal choice here. King Lear was the subject of a pointless controversy about “the two King Lears” in the s that resulted in a lot of academic bickering over whether the fairly similar Quarto and Folio versions of Lear should be treated as two separate entities as opposed to different working texts of a single eventually won out, but not before several. Above all David Kasran demonstrates in Shakespeare and the Book that Shakespeare's authentic presence has been as elusive in print or in electronic text as it has been in performance. In this wide-ranging but brief history of printed and digital versions of his plays, Shakespeare remains, like King Hamlet, a "questionable shape" or "a ghostly.