Originally published in 1956 as part of the Shakespeare Problems series, this two-volume work contains a survey of contemporary proposals for the restoration of the 'true text' of Shakespearean plays. This second volume assesses various points of contention in the Histories and the Tragedies. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the reconstruction of Shakespeare's plays and in the history of Shakespearean textual criticism.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.08(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.66(d)|
Table of Contents
Part III. The Histories: 1. King John; 2. King Richard the Second; 3. The First Part of King Henry the Fourth; 4. The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth; 5. King Henry the Fifth; 6. The First Part of King Henry the Sixth; 7. The Second Part of King Henry the Sixth; 8. The Third Part of King Henry the Sixth; 9. King Richard the Third; 10. King Henry the Eighth; Part IV. The Tragedies: 1. Troilus and Cressida; 2. Coriolanus; 3. Titus Andronicus; 4. Romeo and Juliet; 5. Timon of Athens; 6. Julius Caesar; 7. Macbeth; 8. Hamlet; 9. King Lear; 10. Othello; 11. Anthony and Cleopatra; 12. Cymbeline; 13. Pericles.