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All's well that ends well (2nd ed.)

By: Shakespeare, William Leggatt, Alexander (University of Toronto)(Introduction by) Fraser, Russell (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)(Edited by)

Part of the The new Cambridge Shakespeare series
0521535158 / 9780521535151
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United Kingdom
168 p. : ill.
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Previous ed.: 1985.

For this updated edition of All's Well, Alexander Leggatt has written a wholly new Introduction to one of Shakespeare's most puzzling, ambiguous and demanding plays.

Leggatt's interest in performance informs his introduction and his account of the instability of the main characters.

He offers a full, illustrated and thoughtful account of the play's critical and theatrical fortunes to the end of the twentieth century, and of our experience as an audience of seeing and hearing it performed.

An updated reading list completes the edition.


2AB English, DDS Shakespeare plays, DSGS Shakespeare studies & criticism

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