A Commentary on Shakespeare's Richard III

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Psychology Press, 2005 - 272 страници

First published in 1968.

Providing a detailed and rigorous analysis of Richard III, this Commentary reveals every nuance of meaning whilst maintaining a firm grasp on the structure of the play. The result is an outstanding lesson in the methodology of Shakespearian criticism as well as an essential study for students of the early plays of Shakespeare.

 

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SCENE ONE I
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General Structure 1 The Opening Soliloquy 2 The PreShake
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Annes Soliloquy 24 The Address as a Means of Irony 27 Annes
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Richards Tactics 31 The ConversionSpeech 33 Psychological
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The Opening Episodes 44 Richards Entry
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The SelfContained Scene in Shakespeares Plays 64 The Place
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Comparison with Richards Dream in V iii 73 Dramatization of
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Dreams in PreShakespearian Drama 77 Brakenburys Monologue
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Treatment of a Minor Episode 135 The Spectacle and the Text 136
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Hastings Rôle and Dramatic Irony 138 Richards Entry 138
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SCENE SIX
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Dramatic Techniques 151 Buckinghams Report 152 Irony
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The Initial Meeting 159 The Brakenbury Episode 159 Lament
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The Dialogue between Richard and Buckingham 165 Richards
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Telescoping of Time 171 Tyrrels Report 171 Reappearance of
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Three Types of Scene Combined 176 Margarets Opening Solil
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SCENE ONE
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SCENE TWO
98
The Lament 101 Richards Entry 104 Buckinghams Speech
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tion and Foreboding 112 The Use of Proverbs 112 Recurrent
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SCENE ONE
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Structure of the Scene 120 The Arrival in London 120 The Dis
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The Messengers Entry 131 Stanleys Dream 131 The Catesby
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larities and Differences between I ii and IV iv 192 The Seven
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The IncitementSpeech
200
SCENE FOUR
231
Conventional Motifs in the Final Scene 233 The Initial StageDirec
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INDEX
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