The Complete Concordance to Shakespeare

I on the sudden Roman thought .. Antony & Cleo . i . niake those , that do offend you , suffer v . 1 grace chalks successors their way .. Henry VIII .

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Sudden Shakespeare

With the help of both Renaissance philosophers and present-day actors, Sudden Shakepeare seeks to locate the underlying secrets of Shakespeare's dynamic power.

Author: Philip Davis

Publisher: Burns & Oates

ISBN: UCSC:32106013104010

Category: Literary Criticism

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'His mind and hand went together' said Hemings and Condell of the speed of Shakespeare. But the conceptual language of literary criticism, be it moralistic or political, has long been too slow to the properly responsive to Shakespeare's meaning. With the help of both Renaissance philosophers and present-day actors, Sudden Shakepeare seeks to locate the underlying secrets of Shakespeare's dynamic power. It offers a technical language wihch, close to Shakespeare's own, is capable of responding suddenly to the speed, transforming shape, and power of Shakespeare's way of thinking as it comes into meaning.
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The Shakespeare Phrase Book

SUDDEN . – I am too sudden - bold : To teach a teacher ill be seemeth me Love's L. Lost , ii , 1 . Is it possible , on such a sudden , you should fall into ...

Author: John Bartlett

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Shakespeare Thinking

See also my Sudden Shakespeare (London: Athlone, 1996), Chapter 1. 3 See Bruce R. Smith, The Acoustic World of Early Modern England (Chicago: University of ...

Author: Philip Davis

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781441129031

Category: Literary Criticism

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Shakespearean thinking is always dynamic: thinking that happens in the living moment of its performance, in quickly passing process. This book offers a model of human mentality that can be shown through the dense immediacy of dramatic thinking, as embodied above all in Shakespeare's working method. Shakespeare Thinking discusses the positioning of Shakespeare as the paradigm of fully human mental creativity from the Romantics to the latest neurological experiments which show that Shakespeare can reveal new understandings of the hard-wiring of the human brain, and the sheer sudden electricity of its synaptic development.
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Making Shakespeare

Oliver's sudden alteration from bad to good man (As Tou Like It), Orsino's 'love' for Viola on learning that she is not a boy Cesario (Twelfth Night) are ...

Author: Tiffany Stern

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134363544

Category: Drama

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Making Shakespeare is a lively introduction to the major issues of the stage and print history, whilst also raising questions about what a Shakespeare play actually is. Tiffany Stern reveals how London, the theatre, the actors and the way in which the plays were written and printed all affect the 'Shakespeare' that we now read. Concentrating on the instability and fluidity of Shakespeare's texts, her book discusses what happened to a manuscript between its first composition, its performance on stage and its printing, and identifies traces of the production system in the plays we read. She argues that the versions of Shakespeare that have come down to us have inevitably been formed by the contexts from which they emerged; being shaped by, for example, the way actors received and responded to their lines, the props and music used in the theatre, or the continual revision of plays by the playhouses and printers. Allowing a fuller understanding of the texts we read and perform, Making Shakespeare is the perfect introduction to issues of stage and page. A refreshingly clear, accessible read, this book will allow even those with no expert knowledge to begin to contextualize Shakespeare's plays for themselves, in ways both old and new.
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The Works of William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare. SUBSTANCE - SUFFERED . ... 413 . sudden , hasty , precipitately violent : her sudden quips , i . 306 ; sudden and quick in quarrel ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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Is Shakespeare Still Our Contemporary

She wanted to respond to Shakespeare's game with times and places, ... That is one reason why Shakespeare is the greatest dramatist, the abrupt changes of ...

Author: John Elsom

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134950355

Category: Performing Arts

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First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Shakespeare

25. on such a sudden , so suddenly . Shakespeare uses on a sudden , ' of a sudden , ' and on the sudden , ' elsewhere , but not on such a sudden .

Author: William Shakespeare

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Essays on the Life and Plays of Shakespeare

... but also marks those sudden reversals of a determined course that have their last expression in his reception of his mother's intercession .

Author: William Watkiss Lloyd

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As You Like it

The first part is all Shakespeare's own . His object ( as in i . ... Shakespeare has “ on a sudden ” elsewhere , but not “ on such a sudden " .

Author: William Shakespeare

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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare

164. due ] dewe Qz . word ' spleen , ' which , partially considered , signifying a hasty sudden fit , is enough for him , and he never troubles himself ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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The New Oxford Shakespeare Modern Critical Edition

But pardon me, I am too sudden-bold. To teach a teacher ill beseemeth me. Vouchsafe to read the purpose of my coming, And suddenly resolve me in my suit.

Author: William Shakespeare

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192517586

Category: Literary Criticism

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The Complete Works: Modern Critical Edition is part of the landmark New Oxford Shakespeare—an entirely new consideration of all of Shakespeare's works, edited afresh from all the surviving original versions of his work, and drawing on the latest literary, textual, and theatrical scholarship. In one attractive volume, the Modern Critical Edition gives today's students and playgoers the very best resources they need to understand and enjoy all Shakespeare's works. The authoritative text is accompanied by extensive explanatory and performance notes, and innovative introductory materials which lead the reader into exploring questions about interpretation, textual variants, literary criticism, and performance, for themselves. The Modern Critical Edition presents the plays and poetry in the order in which Shakespeare wrote them, so that readers can follow the development of his imagination, his engagement with a rapidly evolving culture and theatre, and his relationship to his literary contemporaries. The New Oxford Shakespeare consists of four interconnected publications: the Modern Critical Edition (with modern spelling), the Critical Reference Edition (with original spelling), a companion volume on Authorship, and an online version integrating all of this material on OUP's high-powered scholarly editions platform. Together, they provide the perfect resource for the future of Shakespeare studies.
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