Julius Caesar / Edition 1

Julius Caesar / Edition 1

by Maynard Mack Jr
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0867090235

ISBN-13: 9780867090239

Pub. Date: 04/04/1990

Publisher: Heinemann

The Boynton/Cook editions of four of Shakespeare's most popular plays have been reissued with attractive new cover designs and printed on more opaque, easy-to-read paper. This series is specifically designed for high school classes.

  • Students will be able to see each play as a whole. In their introduction to each of the plays, editors Mack and Boynton

Overview

The Boynton/Cook editions of four of Shakespeare's most popular plays have been reissued with attractive new cover designs and printed on more opaque, easy-to-read paper. This series is specifically designed for high school classes.

  • Students will be able to see each play as a whole. In their introduction to each of the plays, editors Mack and Boynton suggest ways of approaching the text that allow the reader a broad range of imaginative involvement. Their observations are intended to help students read and experience the play, not to discourage them with critical jargon or peripheral historical information.
  • Students will be reading the best text both in terms of visual excellence and quality of scholarship. They'll immediately appreciate the large page format and highly readable typography. Each volume is consistent with the most authoritative early edition of each play. The glosses are full and clear but don't belabor the obvious or clutter the text.
  • Background information includes the editors' detailed analysis of the Elizabethan theatre and its relation to Shakespeare's dramaturgy, C. W. Hodges's drawing re-creating the original Globe Playhouse, a brief account of Shakespeare's life and a chronological listing of his works, and a bibliography, lists of videotapes (VHS), records, and tapes of the complete plays.
  • Students will experience added critical and imaginative dimensions. An essay following each play suggests ways of approaching it as a live dramatic experience in the theatre of the mind. The concern is not how the play might be produced in a theatre, but rather how parts of it may be realized in the imagination through close attention to what the language is saying and suggesting.
  • Students can get a deeper understanding of each scene through helpful, detailed questions included at the back of each volume. These questions encourage group discussion or written response. Also included are topics for longer papers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780867090239
Publisher:
Heinemann
Publication date:
04/04/1990
Series:
Shakespeare Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
156
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
14 - 17 Years

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Table of Contents

Overview5
Act I
Scene 124
Scene 229
Scene 345
Review--Act 153
Act II
Scene 157
Scene 275
Scene 383
Scene 485
Review--Acts 1 and 289
Act III
Scene 193
Scene 2110
Scene 3124
Review--Act 3126
Act IV
Scene 1129
Scene 2133
Scene 3137
Act V
Scene 1155
Scene 2163
Scene 3164
Scene 4171
Scene 5174
Review--Acts 4 and 5179

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