The first and second parts of King Edward IV
Manchester University Press, May 6, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 318 pages
This is the first new edition of Edward IVto be issued since the 1870s. The text of this edition was used by the actors at The Globe when they gave the first London performance of the play in more than four centuries. By demonstrating the playwright's dextrous marshalling of a remarkable range of sources, and by examining afresh the dramatist's singular theatrical technique, this volume reopens an exciting if difficult play to a new generation of scholars and performers.
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