William Shakespeare

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Shakespeare is the most famous playwright in the English language. Every day, all over the world his plays are performed in thousands of productions.... Lire la suite
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Résumé

Shakespeare is the most famous playwright in the English language. Every day, all over the world his plays are performed in thousands of productions. Quotations from his plays and poems have become part of the language and are often spoken without people realising that they are quoting Shakespeare. Shakespeare's characters are as famous as the titles of his plays. Macbeth, HenryV, Hamlet, Shylock, Romeo and juliet to name but a few. They range the entire gamut of human nature : from the misguided nobility of Brutus ta the manipulative malice of lago ; from the buffoonery of Bottom to the world-weariness of Prospero ; from the seductive flightiness of Cleopatra to the wisdom of Portia. Many of Shakespeare's plays have been filmed (Hamlet, Loves Labours Lost, Romeo + Juliet), or have formed the basis for other films (Ten Things I Hate About You was based on The Toming Of The Shrew), and Shakespeare's life provided the raw material for Shakespeare In Love. This book examines every play and poem, tells what is known of Shakespeare's life, quotes his great lines, lists the best film versions and points out the most useful texts and websites for you to find out more.

Caractéristiques

  • Date de parution
    12/08/2002
  • Editeur
  • ISBN
    1-904048-05-6
  • EAN
    9781904048053
  • Présentation
    Broché
  • Nb. de pages
    96 pages
  • Poids
    0.06 Kg
  • Dimensions
    11,1 cm × 17,8 cm × 0,7 cm

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Biographie d'Ian Nichols

Ian Nichols is a teacher, writer and actor who lives with his wife and son in Perth, Western Australia. He first performed Shakespeare when he was thirteen, and has acted in seventeen others since then. He is currently studying for his Master's in Creative Writing at the University of Western Australia.

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