Shakespeare Without Tears

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World Publishing Company, 1955 - Performing Arts - 318 pages
A prominent producer-director of Shakespeare's plays writes with wit and verve about the Elizabethan theater and subsequent modifications in theatrical practice, differences between actors and audiences in Shakespeare's day and ours, and more "There is not an obscure or otherwise dull page in the book." — New York Times Book Review.

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Contents

Introduction by JOHN MASON BROWN
7
FIRST PERSON SINGULAR
15
INTRODUCING AN ENGLISHMAN
31
Copyright

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