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New Penguin Shakespeare (NS3)
Penguin Shakespeare (B20)
The Yale Shakespeare (35)
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The complete works of William Shakespeare : reprinted from the First Folio (volume 9 of 13) de William Shakespeare
Tem a adaptação
Tem como guia de referência/texto acompanhante
Tem como estudo
Has as a supplement
Tem um guia de estudo para estudantes
"This generously annotated updated edition of Coriolanus provides a thorough reconsideration of Shakespeare's remarkable, and probably his last, tragedy. A substantial introduction situates the play within its contemporary social and political contexts - dearth, riots, the struggle over authority between James I and his first parliament, the travails of Essex and Ralegh - and pays particular attention to Shakespeare's shaping of his primary source in Plutarch's Lives. It presents a fresh account of how the protagonist's personal tragedy evolves within Shakespeare's most searching exploration of the political life of a community. The edition is alert throughout to the play's theatrical potential, while the stage history also attends to the politics of performance from the 1680s onwards, including European productions following the Second World War. A new introductory section by Bridget Escolme covers recent productions of Coriolanus, and criticism of the last ten years, with particular focus on gender and the play's politics"--Provided by publisher.
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