'The Winter's Tale' in Performance in England and America 1611-1976 - Dennis Bartholomeusz

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Dennis Bartholomeusz - 'The Winter's Tale' in Performance in England and America 1611-1976 ebook

This 1982 book demonstrates the value of the approach to Shakespeare which works on the assumption that in the final judgement it is only in performance that a play is fully realised. Recapturing in lively detail the major performances of The Winter's Tal



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