Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century

Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century

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An illustrated collection of new essays with valuable reference material on the performance and reception of Shakespeare's plays.Indeed, he had managed (unsuccessfully) the Theatre Royal in Richmond, Surrey, and had been part owner of the Plymouth ... prominence as a resort and place of leisure and entertainment to Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester and Newcastle, which were poised ... apparent from The Road to the Stage by actor and publisher Leman Thomas Rede, born 1799, whose manual was first published in 1827.

Title:Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century
Author:Gail Marshall
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2012-02-16


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