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Egan traces a century of arguments about editing Shakespeare's plays, revealing what's at stake in presenting them to modern readers.

Produktbeschreibung
Egan traces a century of arguments about editing Shakespeare's plays, revealing what's at stake in presenting them to modern readers.
Autorenporträt
Gabriel Egan began his academic career at Shakespeare's Globe theatre in London, where, in addition to teaching theatre history and running workshops on the Globe stage, he taught students to print on a replica wooden hand-press using the methods employed in Shakespeare's time. He is the author of Shakespeare and Marx (2004), Green Shakespeare: From Ecopolitics to Ecocriticism (2006) and The Edinburgh Critical Guide to Shakespeare (2007). He edited the play The Witches of Lancashire by Richard Brome and Thomas Heywood (2002), and co-edits the journals Theatre Notebook and Shakespeare.
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'An eminently readable guide to all the key concepts and tools in engaging with Shakespeare's text.' Around the Globe