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The complete King Lear 1608-1623

William Shakespeare

The complete King Lear 1608-1623

by William Shakespeare

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, London .
Written in English


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Statementtexts and parallel texts in photographic facsimile prepared by Michael Warren. Pt.2, The first quarto (1608) in photographic facsimile.
ContributionsWarren, Michael, 1935-
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Open LibraryOL19924612M

I have used the parallel text in The Complete King Lear – , ed. Michael Warren (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), but have modernized the spelling. Author: Stuart Elden. Reading, Scholarship, and Hypertext Editions John Lavagnino. This paper was published in TEXT: Transactions of the Society for Textual Scholarship, volume 8, in , pages ; it is made available here by permission of the paper was reprinted with a new foreword in the Journal of Electronic Publishing , September The Society for Textual Scholarship is an organization.

The book came from the London library established by the Rev. Dr. Daniel Williams, who bought the book in the early s, and still had its original 17th-century calfskin binding. copies were printed, but there are only about 40 known complete copies of the book in existence. This copy sold on J , for $ million. The Materiality of the Shakespearean Text. FOR OVER TWO HUNDRED YEARS, KING LEAR WAS one text; in , with the Oxford Shakespeare, it became two; in , with The Complete King Lear , it became four (at least). As a result of this multiplication, Shakespeare studies will .

Frances Dolan is Professor of English at UC Davis and past president of the Shakespeare Association of America. Her teaching and research focus on early modern English literature, law, and history (). Dolan’s book, True Relations: Reading, Literature, and Evidence in SeventeenthCentury England-, won the Ben Snow Prize from the North American Conference on British Studies. Click to read more about Editions: King Lear by William Shakespeare. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5().


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The complete King Lear 1608-1623 by William Shakespeare Download PDF EPUB FB2

This handsomely designed boxed publication provides all the elements a student or scholar needs to explore the two versions of King box contains faithful facsimiles of the First Quarto (), the Second Quarto (), and the First Folio () to show the reader, as well as photography will permit, how the plays were originally by: 6.

: The Parallel King Lear, (): Shakespeare, William, Warren, Michæl J.: BooksCited by: 3. Get this from a library. The complete King Lear, [William Shakespeare; Michael Warren].

Book Reviews A Tale of Two Texts William Shakespeare. The Complete King Lear Prepared by Michael Warren University of California Press, Reviewed by Rene Weis In William Shakespeare: The Complete Works (Oxford University Press, ). "A separate publication of Part 1 of The complete King Lear,prepared by Michael Warren"--Title page verso.

Includes photographic facsimiles of the First Quarto (), Second Quarto (), and the First Folio (). King Lear divides his kingdom among the two daughters who flatter him and banishes the third one who loves him. His eldest daughters both then reject him at their homes, so Lear goes mad and wanders through a storm.

His banished daughter returns with an army, but they lose the battle and Lear, all his daughters and more, die. This book presents a parallel text produced from photographs taken of the Quarto and the Folio editions of "King Lear" to facilitate close study of the variant texts of one of Shakespeare's greatest plays.

This volume is also included in "The Complete King Lear, ," but is sold separately to extend its use and availability. Don't show me this again. Welcome. This is one of over 2, courses on OCW. Find materials for this course in the pages linked along the left. MIT OpenCourseWare is a free & open publication of material from thousands of MIT courses, covering the entire MIT curriculum.

No enrollment or registration. The complete King Lear, / Catalog Record Only Part 1 paperbound; pts. unbound in separate folders. Part 1: xl, p.; pt. 2: xviii p., loose leaves paged or foliated ; pt. 3: viii p., loose leaves paged or foliated ; pt.

4: xiii p., loose leaves paged or foliated These variants are from Q1, F1, and F2 of King Lear, as given in William Shakespeare, The. Complete KING LEAR Texts and Parallel Texts in Photographic Facsimile, prepared by Michael Warren (Berkeley: U of California P, ).

King Lear. The complete King Lear, / William Shakespeare ; texts and parallel texts in photographic facsimile prepared by Michael Warren. Published Berkeley: University of California Press, c; A2 W37 (Oversized) King Lear.

A tragedy in five acts. With the stage business, casts of characters, costumes, relative positions, etc. FOR OVER TWO HUNDRED YEARS, KING LEAR WAS one text; inwith the Oxford Shakespeare, it became two; inwith The Complete King Learit became four (at least).

As a result of this multiplication, Shakespeare studies will never be the same. This is not simply because we. [Read] The Oxford Shakespeare: The History of King Lear: The Quarto Free Books.

The Complete King Lear, (Hardcover) Published February 9th by University of California Press Hardcover, pages. Click Link Here ?book= The Complete King Lear, ; by Shakespeare, William; University of California Press, University of California Press The Complete Pelican Shakespeare ; by Shakespeare, William ; Penguin Publishing Group, Penguin Classics.

The Complete King Lear, – (), by William Shakespeare, prepared by Michael Warren At the World Shakespeare Congress held in Washington, DC in AprilMichael Warren read a short paper on “Quarto and Folio King Lear and the Interpretation of Albany and Edgar”—a paper hailed by some as the start of a new era in textual.

39 Michael J. Warren, The Complete King Lear,Berkeley, University of California Press, to demonstrate the distinctiveness and uniqueness of the three early printed texts of King Lear: to heighten awareness not just of their similarities but also their dissimilarities; to provoke and facilitate continuing contemplation of the Author: Christy Desmet.

In Michael Warren’s The Complete King Learthe play has been photoduplicated as four discrete units[ ]Indeed, four is a conservative tally” (Margreta De Grazia and Peter Stallybrass, ‘The materiality of the Shakespearean text’ Shakespeare Quarterly (): ).

Michael Warren, "Preface," The Complete King Lear, (Berkeley: University of California Press, ). THE TEMPEST Primary Films Paul Mazursky, Tempest () Peter Greenaway, Prospero's Books () Related Films Derek Jarman, The Tempest () Fred M.

Wilcox, Forbidden Planet () Criticism. 13 M. Warren (ed.), The Complete King Lear (Berkeley, ), Part I, p. xii. 14 This conjecture was put to me by my colleague David Ward after he read a draft of the present article; since he proposes to argue for it in an article of his own, I shall not do so here.The Complete King Lear – Berkeley: University of California Press, Watson, Robert N.

“ False Immortality in Measure for Measure: Comic Means.The Complete King Lear, By William Shakespeare. 4 vols. Berkeley: University of California Press, "Textual Problems, Editorial Assertions in Editions of Shakespeare."Cited by: 4.