Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 1995 - 419 Seiten
The editor takes a broad look at the different meanings which have been attributed to King Henry V, through a discussion of its various critical and theatrical interpretations. Craik discusses the choices made in presenting an edited text, and enables readers to think about what their own decisions might be. Source material is accessibly presented with the text in the notes. Illustrations record production history on stage and screen, and the text also includes maps, a genealogical table and a doubling chart.
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