Prose

Jonathan Hope, Michael Dobson (Editor), Stanley Wells (Editor)

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Abstract

A chapter on prose within The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare. The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare is the most comprehensive reference work yet produced about Shakespeare's works, times, life, and afterlives. From the conjectured identity of the Dark Lady of the Sonnets to the misprints in the First Folio, from Shakespeare's favourite figures of speech to the staging of Othello in South Africa, a team of internationally renowned scholars provides a lucid, stimulating, and authoritative guide to the plays, the poems, and their interpretation around the world over the last four centuries. Bringing its readers up to date not only with the latest in Shakespearian scholarship and controversy but with the plays' recent incarnations on stage, on film, and in international popular culture, this is the perfect companion to Shakespeare's works, covering everything from Aaron and act divisions to Zeffirelli and Zuccaro, from Shakespeare in schools to Shakespeare in Love.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Oxford Companion to Shakespeare
PublisherOxford University Press
Number of pages541
ISBN (Print)0192806149
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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Keywords

  • Shakespeare
  • guide
  • companion

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Hope, J., Dobson, M. (Ed.), & Wells, S. (Ed.) (2001). Prose. In The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare Oxford University Press.