King Richard II
Manchester University Press, 1996 - 206 pàgines
This title is one of the Shakespeare in Performance series, the aim of which is to reflect the move in Shakespeare teaching towards a greater awareness of the play in the theatre. The books are not comprehensive stage histories, but detailed discussions of a small number of productions chosen to throw most light on the play in question.
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