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📒King Lear ✍ William Shakespeare
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📒King Lear ✍ Aidan Coleman
✏King Lear Book Summary : Even the most resolutely disengaged students can finally 'discover' and thrill to the rhythms and passions of Shakespeare's plays! Award-winning teachers and Shakespearean scholars have extensively trialled their approach to teaching Shakespeare's plays in the classroom, and this series is the result! The plays in this series are becoming increasingly popular for student resources in schools as English and Drama teachers discover their fabulous teaching and learning qualities. Insight Study Guides are written by experts and cover a range of popular literature, plays and films. Designed to provide insight and an overview about each text for students and teachers, these guides endeavor to develop knowledge and understanding rather than just provide answers and summaries.
📒King Lear ✍ William Shakespeare
✏King Lear Book Summary : The critically acclaimed series from the leading center for Shakespearean studies presents freshly edited texts of each play based on the earliest printed versions, along with detailed explanatory notes on facing pages, scene-by-scene plot summaries, a key to famous lines and phrases, an introduction to the language of Shakespeare's time, and essays by outstanding scholars that furnish a modern perspective on the plays.
📒King Lear ✍ Jeffrey Kahan
✏King Lear Book Summary : King Lear is a proud and majestic monarch who has reigned over Britain for most of his life. A wise and respected ruler, he decides the time has come to pass on the burden of his responsibilities to the next generation. Lear summons his beloved daughters, Goneril, Regan and Cordelia to announce his intention of dividing up his kingdom between them. What he wants most of all is to be loved, but instead, selfishness, greed and disloyalty bring disaster... Written in easy-to-understand prose, the "Millennium Shakespeare" series is the definitive version of Shakespeare's works for the modern reader. Accompanied by some of the finest illustrations from artists around the world, the series has been produced to entertain, educate and excite readers with wonderful stories from the greatest playwright in history... William Shakespeare. Visit the Millennium Shakespeare website at www.millenniumshakespeare.com.
📒Reading Shakespeare In Performance ✍ James P. Lusardi
✏Reading Shakespeare in Performance Book Summary : This work attempts to bring together the divided commitments of academics and theater people. Its method is threefold: scrutinizing the text for signals that may guide production, identifying and analyzing those moments that represent textual and performance cruces, and looking at ways in which performance interprets text by focusing on King Lear.
📒The Tragedy Of King Lear ✍ Tamara Hollingsworth
✏The Tragedy of King Lear Book Summary : In this Shakespearean tragedy, King Lear decides to divide up his kingdom amongst his daughters, commanding them to proclaim their love for him. He is fooled by Goneril and Regan's proclamations and so infuriated by Cordelia's inability to put her love into words that he banishes her. When he discovers that Goneril and Regan are treacherous and ungrateful and Cordelia is truly loyal, he is driven mad! Disloyalty brings a terrible fate upon this royal family. This script includes six roles, each of which match a different reading level. Teachers can apply differentiation and English language learner strategies to the script to assign roles in a way that accommodates all students, whether they are struggling or proficient readers. All students can engage in one activity together, gaining confidence in their reading fluency and feeling successful, regardless of their current reading ability! An accompanying song and poem provide additional resources to help students build fluency! Along with reading fluency improvement, students will also practice reading aloud, interacting cooperatively, and using expressive voices and gestures by performing this story together. This dynamic, colorful script is sure to benefit a classroom of varied readers!
📒King Lear ✍ Alexander Leggatt
✏King Lear Book Summary : This updated and expanded analysis of King Lear in performance includes new chapters on the television version of the Royal National Theatre production directed by Richard Eyre and starring Ian Holm; and on Akira Kurosawa's Ran. Earlier chapters provide close, detailed analyses of the stage, film and television interpretations of John Gielgud, Harley Granville Barker, Paul Scofield, Peter Brook, Peter Ustinov, Michael Gambon, Adrian Noble, Grigori Kozintsev, Michael Hordern, Jonathan Miller, Laurence Olivier and Michael Elliott. By examining such issues as the playing of Lear, the staging of the storm and the battle, and the choice of historical period, this book shows how interpretation and performance are bound together, and how the play is transformed through different historical and political contexts.
📒The Tragedy Of King Lear ✍ William Shakespeare
✏The Tragedy of King Lear Book Summary : One of the most popular of Shakespeare's plays, King Lear is also one of the most thought-provoking. The play turns on the practical ramifications of the words of Christ that we should render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's and unto God that which is God's. When confronted with the demand that she should render unto Caesar that which is God's, Cordelia chooses to "love and be silent". As the play unfolds each of the principal characters learns wisdom through suffering. This edition includes new critical essays by some of the leading lights in contemporary literary scholarship.
📒Cymbeline Titus Andronicus King Lear ✍ William Shakespeare
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📒King Lear And The Gods ✍ William R. Elton
✏King Lear and the Gods Book Summary : Many critics hold that Shakespeare's King Lear is primarily a drama of meaningful suffering and redemption within a just universe ruled by providential higher powers. William Elton's King Lear and the Gods challenges the validity of this widespread optimistic view. Testing the prevailing view against the play's acknowledged sources, and analyzing the functions of the double plot, the characters, and the play's implicit ironies, Elton concludes that this standard interpretation constitutes a serious misreading of the tragedy.