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Hamlet Orders a Rewrite! Popular Lecture Series Volume 3
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Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 3,530. Language: English. Published: January 16, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Contemporary philosophy
Popular Powerpoint Lecture by Dr. Mark Collins provides essential background for his rewrite of one of the most beloved literary works of all time.
man and the arms
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Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 8,880. Language: English. Published: April 18, 2012. Category: Plays » European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
STORY LINE: IT IS A NEO-ROMANTIC comedy WHICH THROWS A DIRECT CHALLENGE TO THE PRESENT CONCEPT OF WIT AND INTELLIGENCE. G.B.SHAW’S ARMS AND THE MAN IS LITERALLY MUTILATED BY THE PLAY MAN AND THE ARMS. UNDOUBTEDLY, IT WILL ALLOW A FREE SPACE FOR HEALTHY AND LOGICAL CRITICISM. Many universities have critically praised this unique creation.
Shylock, the Roman: Honor and Irony in The Merchant of Venice
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 59,100. Language: English. Published: July 13, 2012. Category: Essay » Literature
Shylock, the Roman explains Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice in light of the Renaissance ethos of ancient Roman honor and the tradition of ancient Rome’s festive comedy. This close reading of The Merchant of Venice illuminates Shakespearean comedy generally and provides a basis for understanding the logic of Shakespeare's artistry as a dramatist.
Shakespeare FAQ
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 83,700. Language: English. Published: February 22, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Reference » Quotations
There are surprises in this book. Is Brutus a pompous nitwit? Why was Othello black? What was this plague that closed the theatres? Are the 'bad' quartos all that bad? Why the shifting from 'you' to 'thou'? Did the Globe Theater have toilets? Why is it called "Measure for Measure"? Isn't Petruchio in the "Taming of the Shrew" just a domineering coward? Was Shakespeare recognised in his own time?