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The tempest

Author: William ShakespearePeter WoodG B HarrisonMichael Redgrave, Sir.Anna MasseyAll authors
Publisher: New York : Caedmon : Shakespeare Recording Society, 1964.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : EnglishView all editions and formats
Database:WorldCat
Summary:
Last play written by Shakespeare in 1611 and concerns the characters Prospero, Miranda, Antonio, Alonso, Gonzolo, Ferdinand and Ariel. The original source of the play is now lost but presumed to be of Italian origin. Prospero's speech was taken from a passage in Arthur Goldings's translation (1565-67) of Ovid's metamorphoses.
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: William Shakespeare; Peter Wood; G B Harrison; Michael Redgrave, Sir.; Anna Massey; Vanessa Redgrave; Hugh Griffith
OCLC Number: 220835098
Notes: Text edited by G.B. Harrison.
Caedmon: CDL 5201 SRS 20.
Credits: Director: Peter Wood.
Cast: Michael Redgrave, Hugh Griffith, Vanessa Redgrave, Anna Massey.
Description: 1 text (76 pages) + 3 audiocassettes (122 min.): mono
Responsibility: William Shakespeare.

Abstract:

Last play written by Shakespeare in 1611 and concerns the characters Prospero, Miranda, Antonio, Alonso, Gonzolo, Ferdinand and Ariel. The original source of the play is now lost but presumed to be of Italian origin. Prospero's speech was taken from a passage in Arthur Goldings's translation (1565-67) of Ovid's metamorphoses.

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