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Tales from the dramatists

Charles Morris

Tales from the dramatists

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Published by Griffith, Farran & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English drama,
  • Stories, plots

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26981418M
    OCLC/WorldCa16408079

    Speaking with me within the theater at Chicago Dramatists where previews of The Mecca Tales "have been going wonderfully," Rohina was effusive about how the organization noted for nurturing Resident Playwrights has brought her vision to the stage. Yet Shakespeare is also different from his contemporaries: he is not showing off his literary knowledge but adapting narrative patterns and fragments of dialogue lodged in his memory. In the introduction, Hawthorne writes about a visit from his young friend Eustace Bright, who requested a sequel to A Wonder-Book, which impelled him to write the Tales. Sparkes also provides readers with innovative examples of how, when, and why to use new writing practices to make research more readable and understandable.

    The king feels thirsty and was seeking water when he saw certain maidens of the hermits watering the favourite plants. His limbs move forward, while his heart flies back, like a silken standard borne against the breeze The Tanglewood neighborhood of Houston was named after the book. Although Hawthorne informs us in the introduction that these stories were also later retold by Cousin Eustace, the frame stories of A Wonder-Book have been abandoned.

    The chapter on Much Ado, a play in which a servant almost triggers a tragedy by dressing up as her mistress, traces its reliance on contemporary publications about fashionable dress. But take heart - there are many other rare and beautiful editions of Shakespeare's works currently on offer, including the Second Folio and the Fourth Folio18th—century editions edited by Nicholas Rowe and Alexander Popeearly 20th—century editions illustrated by Arthur Rackhamand much more. Rather, they will find a new complexity and a new source of fascination in what they and others write. To supply the want, I have ventured to write the "Boy's Ramayana" and this humble book. The Tanglewood neighborhood of Houston was named after the book.


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The text bristles with endnote numbers, taking the reader — if he or she wishes — to a compendium of Shakespearean lore at the back of the book. Of these the last one is probably the only non-contentious Tales from the dramatists book. The earliest printed editions were produced at Utrecht and Cologne, late in the 15th century; but their exact dates are unknown.

The loose structure of the book made it possible for a transcriber to insert additional stories into his own copy, and therefore the manuscripts show considerable variety. Most known copies are held by institutions - the British Library holds five copies and the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.

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