in [Toronto] .
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 373 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||373|
The Shakespearean Stage is the only authoritative book that describes all the main features of the original staging of Shakespearean drama in one volume: the acting companies and their acting styles, the playhouses, the staging and the audiences. For twenty years it has been hailed as not only the most reliable but the liveliest and most entertaining overview of Shakespearean theater available 5/5(2). Design History Beyond the Canon subverts hierarchies of taste which have dominated traditional narratives of design history. The book explores a diverse selection of objects, spaces and media, ranging from high design to mass-produced and mass-marketed objects, as well as counter-cultural and sub-cultural material. How Fletcher Was Hatched Wende and Harry Devlin ~ Parents' Magazine Press, Fletcher was reprinted in its 30th Anniversary Edition in , and I doubt there is a person my age who didn't grow up wanting to have a dog like him. Or better yet, didn't want to have that nauseatingly-perfect head of blond hair that his mistress Alexandra sports. The first of the plays written in collaboration with Francis Beaumont () was The Woman-Hater (), but their most famous play was the uproariously-funny Knight of the Burning Pestle () in which Beaumont and Fletcher, influenced of course by Cervantes, made fun of knight-errantry, heroic domestic drama like Thomas Heywood's Four.
John Fletcher, (baptized Decem , Rye, Sussex, England—died Aug , London), English Jacobean dramatist who collaborated with Francis Beaumont and other dramatists on comedies and tragedies between about and His father, Richard Fletcher, was minister of the parish in which John was born and became afterward queen’s chaplain, dean of Peterborough, and bishop. The Shakespeare First Folio: The History of the Book Vol. I: An Account of the First Folio Based on Its Sales and Prices, by Anthony James West Oxford, pp., £70, 5 April, 0 (shelved 31 times as literary-canon) avg rating — 3,, ratings — published These dramatic techniques were rare but not unknown in Fletcher's time. The Induction and frame-play structure can be found in several works, including the anonymous The Taming of A Shrew and Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, both from the early s, and Francis Beaumont 's The Knight of the Burning Pestle of , among other examples.
Tolkien should be in the canon, as far as I'm concerned. Yet the author also seems to uphold the old guard (white, Old English, classic mythology, male-centered). Perhaps I should write a book about this rather than continue commenting. Then again, that would be a huge waste of time. It's a fun discussion to return to, though (and a valuable one). Designed to be opened at random, The Art of Looking Sideways, Alan Fletcher’s book, is an unfailing source of wit, elegance and inspiration. At over a thousand pages, it is a spectacular treatise on visual thinking, one that illustrates the designer’s sense of play and his broad frame of reference. From Book 1: Young Jacob Fletcher, whilst unsure of his parentage, did know that as an apprentice he couldn't legally be seized by the press gang. But this particular gang couldn't actually read the rules. And didn't care anyway. Which was how he found himself risking life, limb and sea sickness on board His Majesty's frigate Phiandra, about to do battle with what looked like half the French. The Book covers the history of writing, printing, and bookmaking from pre-historic times to the present (at the time of writing, ). But it advances episodically. Each chapter is topical, so that each could be read individually according to one’s taste, and I suggest the Bibliophilic reader should do so/5(4).