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The Oxford Shakespeare: Othello: The Moor of Venice (The Oxford Shakespeare). a fascinating, challenging and highly original volume' Cahiers Elisabethians.
The Oxford Shakespeare: Othello: The Moor of Venice (The Oxford Shakespeare). The Oxford Shakespeare: Anthony and Cleopatra (Oxford World's Classics). he produces a clean, modestly innovative text with brisk, informative annotation. wide ranging, speculative introduction' Martin Butler, University of Leeds, Notes and Queries. Stephen Orgel is Professor of English, Stanford University.
Stephen Orgel is Professor of English, Stanford University. The illustrations in this book are incredibly lovely
Stephen Orgel is Professor of English, Stanford University. Series: Oxford World's Classics. Paperback: 258 pages. Publisher: Oxford University Press (June 11, 1998). The illustrations in this book are incredibly lovely. I know there are many "Shakespeare for kids" books out there ~ but rather than purchasing those generic box sets on groupon, etc- I have taken the time to carefully select only the best retellings for our home library, book by book. The retelling that makes it to our home library must be a book that will captivate the imagination with depth of illustration as well as excellent word choice.
Stephen Orgel's wide-ranging introduction examines changing attitudes to The Tempest, and reassesses .
Stephen Orgel's wide-ranging introduction examines changing attitudes to The Tempest, and reassesses the evidence behind the various readings. He focuses on key characters and their roles and relationships, as well as on the dramatic, historical, and political context, finding the play to be both more open and more historically determined than traditional views have allowed.
The "brave new world" in historical context. The Tempest, directed by Percy Stow (1908), on Silent Shakespeare (DVD 2004). Hulme, Peter, and William Sherman, ed. "The Tempest" and Its Travels (2000). Excellent collection of essays, covering postcolonial approaches and more. Kermode, Frank, "Introduction to The Tempest" (1954), in The Tempest: A Casebook, ed. D. J. Palmer (1991), pp. 151-67. Greenaway, Peter, Prospero's Books: A Film of Shakespeare's The Tempest (1991). Hirst, David, The Tempest: Text and Performance (1984). Twelve minutes of brilliant visual innovation: easily the best Shakespeare from the age of silent film.
The tempest act I. scene 1. On a ship at sea; a tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard
The tempest act I. On a ship at sea; a tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard. Enter a SHIPMASTER and a BOATSWAIN. He, whom next thyself Of all the world I lov'd, and to him put The manage of my state; as at that time Through all the signories it was the first, And Prospero the prime duke, being so reputed In dignity, and for the liberal arts Without a parallel, those being all my studyThe government I cast upon my brother And to.
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