Shakespeare: Readers, Audiences, Players

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Charles Edelman, R. S. White, Christopher Wortham
University of Western Australia Press, 1998 - Drama - 296 pages
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A new collection of essays by well-known international and Australian Shakespearean critics, who explore the idea that readers, editors, audiences, players and directors create meanings as clearly as do Shakespeare's texts. In doing so, they find fresh and exciting interpretations of the plays that will be of interest to students and scholars alike.

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About the author (1998)

Charles Edelman was awarded the Sohmer-Hall prize by the Globe Theatre for his book, Shakespeare's Military Language: A Dictionary.

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