Screening Shakespeare from Richard II to Henry V (Google eBook)
This book applies the videocassette to the study of Shakespeare on television and film. The result is that the films become texts, and Shakespeare in performance can be examined with the scholarly care that has been reserved for printed books.
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Other Films in the BBC Henriad and Henry V
Hal into Henry as Central Interpretation
Laurence Oliviers Henry V
Expectational Texts and Oliviers Script
Oliviers Central Interpretation
Orson Welles and Chimes at Midnight
The Central Interpretation
Conclusion Reevaluating Screened Shakespeare
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