Shakespeare and the Energies of Drama

Shakespeare and the Energies of Drama

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Shakespeare's texts are seen by the poet and critic Michael Goldman as designs for theatrical experience--the complex emotional, physical, and intellectual transaction between actor and audience that brings alive Shakespeare's imagination and makes it immediate to our own. Mr. Goldman's particular concerns are these: what the audience responds to in an acted play; how Shakespeare controls and shapes this response; what the response means, and why it matters.


Originally published in 1972.


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Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1972
ISBN: 9780691062143
0691062145
Call Number: 822.33 Cg4
Characteristics: ix, 176 p. ; 23 cm

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