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The masks of Hamlet

Author: Marvin Rosenberg
Publisher: Newark : University of Delaware Press ; London : Associated University Presses, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Every reader is an actor according to Rosenberg. To prepare the actor-reader for insights, Rosenberg draws on major intepretations of the play worldwide, in theatre and in criticism, wherever possible from the first known performances to the present day. The book is rich and provocative on every question about the play.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rosenberg, Marvin.
Masks of Hamlet.
Newark : University of Delaware Press : London : Associated University Presses, ©1992
(OCoLC)622202846
Named Person: William Shakespeare; Hamlet, (Legendary character); William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; Hamlet, (Legendary character)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marvin Rosenberg
ISBN: 0874134803 9780874134803 9781611491630 1611491630
OCLC Number: 26096206
Awards: Theatre Library Association George Freedley Memorial Award, 1993.
Description: xxii, 971 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Prologue --
Documentation and acknowledgments --
Act I, Scene i (Part 1) --
Horation --
Ghost --
Act I, Scene i (Part 2) --
Act I, Scene ii (Part 1) --
Interchapter --
Claudius --
Gertrude --
Act I, Scene ii (Part 2) --
Hamlet (Part 1) --
Hamlet (Part 2) --
Hamlet (Part 3) --
Hamlet (Part 4) --
Act I, Scene ii (Part 3) --
Act I, Scene ii (Part 4) --
Act I, Scene ii (Part 5) --
Ophelia --
Laertes --
Polonius --
Act I, Scene iii --
Act I, Scene iv --
Act I, Scene v (Part 1) --
Act I, Scene v (Part 2) --
Act I, Scene v (Part 3) --
Act II, Scene i --
Act II, Scene ii (Part 1) --
Act II, Scene ii (Part 2) --
Act II, Scene ii (Part 3) --
Act II, Scene ii (Part 4) --
Act II, Scene ii (Part 5) --
Act II, Scene ii (Part 6) --
Act III, Scene i (Part 1) --
Act III, Scene i (Part 1) --
Act III, Scene i (Part 2) --
Act III, Scene i (Part 3) --
Act III, Scene i (Part 4) --
Act III, Scene i (Part 5) --
Act III, Scene i (Part 6) --
Act III, Scene ii (Part 1) --
Act III, Scene ii (Part 2) --
Act III, Scene ii (Part 3) --
Act III, Scene ii (Part 4) --
Act III, Scene ii (Part 5) --
Act III, Scene ii (Part 6) --
Act III, Scene iii --
Act III, Scene iv (Part 1) --
Act III, Scene iv (Part 2) --
Act III, Scene iv (Part 3) --
Act IV, Scene i --
Act IV, Scene ii --
Act IV, Scene iii --
Act IV, Scene iv --
Act IV, Scene v (Part 1) --
Act IV, Scene v (Part 2) --
Act IV, Scene v (Part 3) --
Act IV, Scene v (Part 4) --
Act IV, Scene vi --
Act IV, Scene vii --
Act V, Scene i (Part 1) --
Act V, Scene i (Part 2) --
Act V, Scene ii (Part 1) --
Act V, Scene ii (Part 2) --
Act V, Scene ii (Part 3) --
Act V, Scene ii (Part 4)
Responsibility: by Marvin Rosenberg.

Abstract:

Every reader is an actor according to Rosenberg. To prepare the actor-reader for insights, Rosenberg draws on major intepretations of the play worldwide, in theatre and in criticism, wherever possible from the first known performances to the present day. The book is rich and provocative on every question about the play.

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