Henry VI.: Part three
Oxford University Press, 2001 - 392 páginas
This new edition of the precursor to Richard III offers a fresh interpretation of the relationship between the two earliest texts--The True Tragedy of Richard Duke of York (octavo, 1595) and the First Folio Henry VI Part Three (1623)--arguing that the former is a memorially reported and original version of the play later revised for the Folio. The two therefore represent Shakespeare's early and revised conceptions of the play. Unlike all previous editions, the text here is based rigorously on the Folio, with a re-examination of the dates of composition, memorial reporting, and revision. It includes a full introduction, appendices, and commentary.
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Henry VI and the Wars of the Roses
The Duke of Yorks true tragedy
The Third Part of Henry the Sixth with the Death of the Duke of York
An Elizabethan civil war play
Civic and royal pageantry
their history and relationship
The True Tragedy of Richard Duke of York
a memorially reported text
original and revised versions
Preferences for Hall or Holinshed differentiating O and F
composition staging report and revision
Abbreviations and References
Food for powder
What should be the meaning of all those foughten fields?
The resistible? rise of Richard of Gloucester
Part Three and the Tudor Myth
Richard sans Bosworth
Roads from Coventry
The Kingmaker undone
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