By Stephen Longstaffe
I Henry IV has regularly been certainly one of Shakespeare's most well liked performs and this serious consultant bargains a entire consultant to the big variety of feedback at the play and its significant figures, together with Falstaff. It introduces the play's severe and function heritage, together with outstanding degree productions along television, movie and radio types. It encompasses a keynote bankruptcy outlining significant parts of present learn on the play and 4 new serious essays. eventually, a consultant to severe, web-based and production-related assets and an annotated bibliography offer a foundation for additional person re. Read more...
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Brian Vickers (London: Routledge, 1974), pp. 475–528. 56. Edward Dowden, Shakespeare: A Critical Study of his Mind and Art (1875), in Henry the Fourth Parts I and II: Critical Essays, ed. , 1986), pp. 65–71. 57. Franz Alexander, ‘A Note on Falstaff ’, Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 3 (1933), 592–606. 58. Ernst Kris, ‘Prince Hal’s Conflict’, Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 17 (1948), 487–506; J. I. M. Stewart, ‘Character and Motive in Shakespeare’ (1949), in Shakespeare: Henry IV Parts I and II: A Casebook, pp.
129. Howard and Rackin, Engendering a Nation, p. 168. 130. Howard and Rackin, Engendering a Nation, p. 173. 131. Howard and Rackin, Engendering a Nation, p. 176. CHAPTER TWO Performance History Graham Atkin Writing in April 1952, Antony Quayle, in his foreword to an account of Shakespeare’s Histories at Stratford 1951, welcomed the ‘publication of this book in that it rightly binds together the functions of three professions – those of actor, scholar and critic – all of them essential to vital work in the theatre’.
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1 Henry IV : a critical guide by Stephen Longstaffe