Measure for Measure
Cambridge University Press, 27 Haz 1991 - 213 sayfa
Since the rediscovery of Elizabethan stage conditions early this century, admiration for Measure for Measure has steadily risen. It is now a favorite with the critics and has attracted widely different styles of performance. At one extreme the play is seen as a religious allegory, at the other it has been interpreted as a comedy protesting against power and privilege. Brian Gibbons focuses on the unique tragi-comic experience of watching the play, the intensity and excitement offered by its dramatic rhythm, the reversals and surprises that shock the audience even to the end. The introduction describes the play's critical reception and stage history and how these have varied according to prevailing social, moral and religious issues, which were highly sensitive when Measure for Measure was written, and have remained so to the present day.
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The sources and their shaping
The play on the stage
NOTE ON THE TEXT
LIST OF CHARACTERS
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action allusion Angelo appear audience authority Barnardine beginning body bring brother characters Claudio comedy Compare concern Crane death desire direct discussion disguise Duke Duke's edited effect Elbow Elizabethan Enter ESCALUS evidence execution Exit expression fault Friar give given hand hath head heaven honour idea indicate instance ironic Isabella Johnson Juliet justice kind King later letters Lever live look lord LUCIO Mariana marked matter means Measure for Measure Mistress moral nature notes pardon performance perhaps person Peter play plot Pompey possible present prison production prose PROVOST question recalls referring role scene seems sense sexual Shakespeare short speak speech stage stand suggests supposed theatre thee thou thought true verse woman
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