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by Jacqueline Morley
A Shakespearean Theatre book.
A Shakespearean Theatre book.
A Shakespearean Theater book.
A Shakespearean theater. A Shakespearean theater. by. Jacqueline Morley.
Jacqueline Morley studied English at Oxford University, England. She has taught English and History and is the author of numerous books, including award-winning historical nonfiction for children.
Title: A Shakespearean Theatre (Spectacular Visual Guides) Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Publisher: Book House ISBN 13: 9781905638598. What can you expect depending on book condition?. Read full description. See details and exclusions. A Shakespearean Theatre by Jacqueline Morley (Paperback, 2007).
Jacqueline Morley studied English at Oxford University, England
Jacqueline Morley studied English at Oxford University, England. Not only does the book, in a record-few number of pages, provide perspective on Shakespeare's theaters and company, but works to provide a historical and social context for those elements in the greater history of the theater and in 16th-/17th-century London. I recommend this, especially, to any theater instructor looking for good historical visual aids.
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Title: A Shakespearean Theatre (Spectacular Visual. Publisher: Book House. Elizabethan London was a vibrant, growing city-and theater, especially that of William Shakespeare, played a major role in its lively culture. There was even a different play every day of the week!
Title: A Shakespearean Theatre (Spectacular Visual. Publication Date: 2007. There was even a different play every day of the week! Here's your ticket to the Globe, the legendary 20-sided building where Shakespeare's plays were staged. Go backstage to discover how the theater was run, who chose the actors, how big an audience it could hold, and why it was build on the banks of the Thames. Extraordinary illustrations give a dramatic look at life and art in the sixteenth century.
She focuses on Shakespeare's period in particular, describing the structure of a typical theater company, the major London stages of the time, what it was like to put on and to attend a play (specifically A Midsummer Night's Dream, though other plays and playwrights get mentions), and the Globe's phoenix-like career. The book closes with a page of random but revealing anecdotes and an actor's 1593 letter to his wife. A thumbnail history of the English theater, from its ancient and medieval predecessors to its suppression by the Puritans.
The Magnifications series offers children the thrill of examining past civilizations through the eyes of an archaeologist. Gorgeous, full-color panoramas of ancient landmarks are magnified with inset illustrations revealing fascinating details. A valuable research tool, these books are also helpful as travel guides and for simple browsing. Supplements school curriculum in language arts and history.
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