6 edition of Shakspere to Sheridan found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Alwin Thaler ... with illustrations from the Harvard theatre collection.|
|LC Classifications||PN2585 .T5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 339,  p.|
|Number of Pages||339|
|LC Control Number||22007465|
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Shakspere to Sheridan, a Book about the Theatre of Yesterday and To-DayAuthor: Alwin Thaler. English: Identifier: shaksperetosheri00thal (find matches) Title: Shakspere to Sheridan; a book about the theatre of yesterday and to-day Year: Authors: Thaler, Alwin, Subjects: Theater -- England History English drama -- History and criticism Actors and actresses -- England Theaters -- England London Publisher: Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
This book treats of the life story of the theatre in Shakspere's time and during the two centuries after him as of one organic whole: it seeks to draw a living cross-section thereof. By choice and by necessity earlier investigators have, as a rule, devoted themselves to more narrowly circumscribed periods of dramatic or theatrical history.
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SHAKSPERE TO SHERIDAN. A Book About the Theatre of Yesterday and Today. By Alwin Thaler, Ph.D. Harvard University Press. Cambridge: Pp. xviii+ "This book treats of the life story of the theatre in Shakspere's time and during the two centuries after him as of one organic whole; it seeks to draw a living cross-section thereof.
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Citation Information. Shakspere to Sheridan. A Book About the Theatre of Yesterday and To-day. Harvard University Press. Pages: – ISBN (Online): When anti-Stratfordians point out that William Shakspere of Stratford left no books in his will, and that indeed there is no evidence that he ever owned a book, orthodox Stratfordians often respond by hypothesizing that there must have been a separate “inventory” appended to the will that listed his books and that this inventory has been – alas.
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Shakspere is listed as a shareholder. This group built and occupied the best-known Elizabethan theatre, the Globe, and later became the King's Men for James I. Son Hamnet died and was buried on 11 August We have minor legal records and land purchases from this period.
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↑ Matt Kozusko, "Borrowers and Lenders," The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation, The Shakspere Society of Philadelphia, ↑ Brander Matthews, Shakspere as a Playwright, Scribner's Sons, New York, ↑ Alwin Thaler, Shakspere to Sheridan: A Book about the Theatre of Yesterday and To-Day, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, I hope you will accept my spelling the man of Stratford’s name as “Shakspere”.
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