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Reading plays : interpretation and reception

Author: Hanna Scolnicov; Peter Holland
Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1991.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hanna Scolnicov; Peter Holland
ISBN: 0521394112 9780521394116
OCLC Number: 21227568
Description: vii, 238 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Reading to the company / Peter Holland --
To read a play : the problem of editorial intervention / Stanley Wells --
The mind's eye, the worthy scaffold, the real thing : how to read a Shakespeare play / James Redmond --
Plots are not stories : the so-called 'duality method' of Terence / Dwora Gilula --
Staging plays in the theatre of the mind / Herbert Grabes --
Reading the body : the corporeality of Shakespeare's text / Manfred Pfister --
Reading Shakespeare's The merchant of Venice with German students / Ruth von Ledebur --
Reading letters in plays : short courses in practical epistemology? / Julian Hilton --
Molière and his readers / Maya Slater --
Modes of theatricality in Molière's comedies (Dom Juan and Le Bourgeois gentilhomme) / Wolfgang Matzat. Chekhov's reading of Hamlet / Hanna Scolnicov --
Shaw's stage directions / E.A. Levenston --
Marat/Sade and the politics of interpretation / Una Chaudhuri --
'They don't make them like that any more' : intertextuality in Old Times / Tetsuo Kishi.
Responsibility: edited by Hanna Scolnicov & Peter Holland.
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