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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Speaking the Speech.
New York : Nick Hern Books, ©2014
|Named Person:||William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Giles Block; Mark Rylance
|Description:||1 online resource (664 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Title Page; Contents; Dedication; Foreword by Mark Rylance; Author's Note; Introduction; 1 Why Verse?; 2 Thoughts and Thought-units; 3 The Thought Breaks; 4 The Merchant of Venice: The Creation of a New Verse Form; 5 Hamlet: A Play of 'Highways' and 'Pop-ups'; 6 Forms of Address, Verse Irregularities --
and What They Tell Us; 7 Measure for Measure: A Duologue to Work On; 8 Why Prose?; 9 Sounding Prose: Reason and Madness; 10 Much Ado About Nothing: The Play of Verse-shy Characters; 11 Rhyming Verse; 12 To Rhyme or Not to Rhyme. 13 Trusting Rhyme: Twelfth Night and All's Well that Ends Well14 Folio Punctuation; 15 Macbeth: Deepening and Reviewing Our Work; 16 The Winter's Tale: Refining Our Work; 17 Sounding Shakespeare; Appendix: My Comments on the Duologue in Chapter 7; Acknowledgements; About the Author; Copyright Information.
|Series Title:||Nick Hern book.|
"Any student embarking on training, or any actor who wants to know more about Shakespeare's words and how to speak them, will learn a lot from this book." - "The Stage" "If you want to know how to do