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From: Shakespeare: Readers, Audiences, Players[(essay date 1998) In the following essay, Madelaine analyzes the murder of Desdemona in the context of climactic scenes of death and violence in English revenge tragedies. The critic argues that although Shakespeare...
From:Parergon (Vol. 29, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedTwelfth Night offers the actor of Maria unique role-playing opportunities, and the role was probably written for the Clown's apprentice. The major training elements in the drawing-out of Maria's role derive from the...
From:Parergon (Vol. 25, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedMessengers have more vital roles in Antony and Cleopatra than in any other play of the period, and an investigation of staging issues relating to messenger-function in the play demonstrates the need to give more...
From: AUMLA[(essay date 2012) In the following essay, Madelaine argues that although Hamlet follows many of the conventions of a revenge drama, it also focuses on the interpretation of events and so raises issues of social justice,...
From:Shakespeare in Southern Africa (Vol. 19) Peer-ReviewedGiven its circumstances, the Asche second tour offers us a valuable opportunity to compare audience response in three very different outposts of empire to productions of Shakespeare consciously marketed as London...
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