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The Resource How to read and understand Shakespeare, Professor Marc C. Conner, (audiobook)

How to read and understand Shakespeare, Professor Marc C. Conner, (audiobook)

Label
How to read and understand Shakespeare
Title
How to read and understand Shakespeare
Statement of responsibility
Professor Marc C. Conner
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
For over 400 years, Shakespeares plays have enthralled, moved, and enriched each new generation of readers and theatergoers. How to Read and Understand Shakespeare builds the skills that allow you to reach your own understanding of the plays, to deeply comprehend Shakespeare's transcendent poetic language, the spellbinding world of his great characters and stories, and his revelatory reflections on human experience. The tools you learn are yours for years of enjoyment of these monumental treasures of our culture
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Accompanying matter
instructional materials
Cataloging source
WAL
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1965-
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Conner, Marc C.
Form of composition
not applicable
Format of music
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Literary text for sound recordings
lectures speeches
Music parts
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PerformerNote
Lecturer: Marc C. Conner, Washington and Lee University
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Teaching Company
Series statement
The great courses
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  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Audiobooks
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Label
How to read and understand Shakespeare, Professor Marc C. Conner, (audiobook)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Compact discs
  • Course 2711; consists of 24 lectures in two parts
Accompanying material
1 course guidebook (ii, 228 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.)
Contents
  • Lecture 5.
  • Romeo and Juliet, words, words, words
  • Lecture 6.
  • Romeo and Juliet, the tools of tragedy
  • Lecture 7.
  • Appearance versus reality in Twelfth night
  • Lecture 8.
  • Twelfth night, more comic tools
  • Lecture 9.
  • Richard II, history and kingship
  • Lecture 1.
  • Lecture 10.
  • Politics as theatre in Henry IV, part 1
  • Lecture 11.
  • Henry IV, part 2, contrast and complexity
  • Lecture 12.
  • The drama of ideas in Henry V
  • Approaching Shakespeare, the scene begins
  • Lecture 2.
  • Shakespeare's theater and stagecraft
  • Lecture 3.
  • A Midsummer night's dream, comic tools
  • Lecture 4.
  • A Midsummer night's dream, comic structure
  • Lecture 17.
  • The women of Hamlet
  • Lecture 18.
  • The Merchant of Venice, comedy or tragedy?
  • Lecture 19.
  • The arc of character in the Merchant of Venice
  • Lecture 20.
  • Measure for measure, is this comedy?
  • Lecture 21.
  • Measure for measure, overcoming tragedy
  • Lecture 13.
  • Lecture 22.
  • Tools of romance in The Tempest
  • Lecture 23.
  • The Tempest, Shakespeare's farewell to art
  • Lecture 24.
  • The tools for a lifetime of Shakespeare
  • Macbeth, "foul and fair"
  • Lecture 14.
  • The tragic woman in Macbeth
  • Lecture 15.
  • Staging Hamlet
  • Lecture 16.
  • The religious drama of Hamlet
Control code
ocn836823834
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Extent
12 sound discs
Isbn
9781598039290
Lccn
2014626974
Other physical details
digital
Label
How to read and understand Shakespeare, Professor Marc C. Conner, (audiobook)
Publication
Note
  • Compact discs
  • Course 2711; consists of 24 lectures in two parts
Accompanying material
1 course guidebook (ii, 228 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.)
Contents
  • Lecture 5.
  • Romeo and Juliet, words, words, words
  • Lecture 6.
  • Romeo and Juliet, the tools of tragedy
  • Lecture 7.
  • Appearance versus reality in Twelfth night
  • Lecture 8.
  • Twelfth night, more comic tools
  • Lecture 9.
  • Richard II, history and kingship
  • Lecture 1.
  • Lecture 10.
  • Politics as theatre in Henry IV, part 1
  • Lecture 11.
  • Henry IV, part 2, contrast and complexity
  • Lecture 12.
  • The drama of ideas in Henry V
  • Approaching Shakespeare, the scene begins
  • Lecture 2.
  • Shakespeare's theater and stagecraft
  • Lecture 3.
  • A Midsummer night's dream, comic tools
  • Lecture 4.
  • A Midsummer night's dream, comic structure
  • Lecture 17.
  • The women of Hamlet
  • Lecture 18.
  • The Merchant of Venice, comedy or tragedy?
  • Lecture 19.
  • The arc of character in the Merchant of Venice
  • Lecture 20.
  • Measure for measure, is this comedy?
  • Lecture 21.
  • Measure for measure, overcoming tragedy
  • Lecture 13.
  • Lecture 22.
  • Tools of romance in The Tempest
  • Lecture 23.
  • The Tempest, Shakespeare's farewell to art
  • Lecture 24.
  • The tools for a lifetime of Shakespeare
  • Macbeth, "foul and fair"
  • Lecture 14.
  • The tragic woman in Macbeth
  • Lecture 15.
  • Staging Hamlet
  • Lecture 16.
  • The religious drama of Hamlet
Control code
ocn836823834
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Extent
12 sound discs
Isbn
9781598039290
Lccn
2014626974
Other physical details
digital

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