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ISBN#9780174436065
BIB ID#793246
Call# 822 S52 Midsummer

A midsummer night's dream

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Publisher
Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, UK : T. Nelson & Sons, 1997, c1979.
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Description
cxliii, 164 p. ; 21 cm.
Summary
First published by Methuen & Co, 1979. The text -- Date and occasion: with consideration of the poetic style -- Sources and antecedents -- The Play -- The exposition -- Design and plot -- Characters and comedy -- Lyricism, music and dance -- Setting: woodland and fairyland; moon -- The principal themes -- A Midsummer Night's Dream -- Source materials -- Four textual cruces -- The mislined verse in Qi, v. i. -- Quince's Prologue (v. i. 108-16) rightly punctuated. The classic Arden editions of Shakespeare's best-loved plays have been specially selected for the collector and theater-goer in a handsomely produced Playgoer's edition. With the full Arden text, as edited by an established scholar for the second series of Arden Shakespeare editions plus an authoritative introduction and a wealth of helpful and incisive explanatory notes on the same page as the text, Arden Playgoer's bring Shakespeare's dramas to life. They are sewn in simulated leather with decorative gold blocking on the spine and the cover, with a ribbon page marker (includes jacket).

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Summary/Annotation ->  The classic Arden editions of Shakespeare's best-loved plays have been specially selected for the collector and theater-goer in a handsomely produced Playgoer's edition. With the full Arden text, as edited by an established scholar for the second series of Arden Shakespeare editions plus an authoritative introduction and a wealth of helpful and incisive explanatory notes on the same page as the text, Arden Playgoer's bring Shakespeare's dramas to life. They are sewn in simulated leather with decorative gold blocking on the spine and the cover, with a ribbon page marker (includes jacket).

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