SHAKESPEARE SEEN: Image, Performance and Society
A wide-ranging study that traces the forces that drove the production and interpretation of visual images of Shakespeare's plays. Covering a rich chronological terrain, Sillars offers a multidisciplinary approach to reading Shakespeare in relation to image, history, text, book history, print culture and performance. Well illustrated, many in color.
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