The Tragedie Of Julius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare
Editor: Classic Books Company
ISBN: 074265298X
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The First Folio of 1623 was prepared for print by two members of Shakespeare's acting troupe -- John Hemings and Henry Condell -- which included comic actor Will Kemp and the great tragedian Richard Burbage. In a fascinating and detailed introduction, Freeman points out that because Shakespeare and his colleagues wrote from a rhetorical tradition -- a society where the emphasis was on the spoken word -- he wrote with an eye to how he wanted his plays performed, giving as much direction as possible to his actors. Freeman looks at what is known of the printing of that First Folio and analyzes the variations between the First Folio, later Folios, Quarto editions (where available) and modern editions of the plays. He examines the "corrections" made by editors over the centuries that have shaped the way we perceive Shakespeare today -- from the regularization of verse, to the changes from prose to verse (and vice versa) and the standardization of character prefixes.

The Tragedie Of Julius Caesar Illustrated

Author: William Shakespeare
Editor: BookRix
ISBN: 3730994190
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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written in 1599. It portrays the 44 BC conspiracy against the Roman dictator Julius Caesar, his assassination and the defeat of the conspirators at the Battle of Philippi. It is one of several plays written by Shakespeare based on true events from Roman history, which also include Coriolanus and Antony and Cleopatra. Although the title is Julius Caesar, Julius Caesar is not the most visible character in its action; he appears in only five scenes. Marcus Brutus speaks more than four times as many lines and the central psychological drama is his struggle between the conflicting demands of honour, patriotism and friendship.

The Tragedie Of Julius Caesar

Author: Edward De Vere
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ISBN: 9781951267391
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This edition of the classic text of Julius Caesar is rendered in superbly readable form and properly ascribed to its true author, Edward De Vere. A carefully selected bibliography at the end of the play offers the reader an opportunity to investigate and confirm this fact of authorship for themselves.

The Tragedie Of Julius C Sar

Author: William Shakespeare
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Julius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare
Editor: Nick Hern Books
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The Elizabethan Shakespeare The Plays Of Shakespeare Reprinted From The First Folio With An Introduction And Notes To Each Play By William Henry Hudson

Author: William Shakespeare
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A New Variorum Edition

Author: William Shakespeare
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The Tragedies Volume One

Author: William Shakespeare
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504065298
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These timeless plays by the great Bard of Elizabethan drama explore the hubris of four powerful men who ultimately bring about their own undoing. Richard III: Through coldblooded guile, hunchbacked royal Richard III assumes the throne of England and will stop at nothing to maintain his rule. But he will pay a price for his machinations in this historical play set in the era of the Wars of the Roses. Coriolanus: The common people of the Roman Republic are rebelling against the elite, but war hero Coriolanus has no patience for those he considers beneath him. When this contempt leads to his exile, his thirst for revenge threatens the very state he once served. King Lear: An aged king attempts to shake off his responsibilities while retaining his stature. Rewarding the flattery of his two elder daughters even as he banishes his youngest for speaking the truth, Lear is led into exile and madness as his country descends into civil war. Julius Caesar: Roman generalJulius Caesar is basking in the glow of military triumph—but his friend Brutus has fallen in with a band of conspirators who argue the general’s ambitions may soon give way to tyranny. Agreeing to join in Caesar’s assassination, Brutus’s betrayal unleashes tragic consequences.

Renaissance Acting Editions The Tragedie Of Julius C Sar Julius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare; Demitra Papadinis
Editor: Demitra Papadinis
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Poems On Several Occasions

Author: John Sheffield Duke of Buckingham
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The Tragedie Of Iulius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare
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Explores the deep repercussions of political murder and betrayal on the human heart. Conspiracy swirls around Julius Caesar, a brilliant politician at the height of his power and popularity. As Caesar grows overly confident and ponders imperial rule, the Roman leader's closest friends debate assassination in the name of the Republic.

Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare
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Timon Of Athens Julius Caesar Macbeth Hamlet

Author: William Shakespeare
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The Works Of William Shakespeare All S Well That Ends Well Julius Caesar Measure For Measure Troilus And Cressida Macbeth

Author: William Shakespeare
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Shakespeare S Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare
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Julius Caesar

Author: Jo McMurtry
Editor: Greenwood
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Perhaps more than any other single work, Shakespeare's Julius Caesar has popularized the image of Brutus as a ruthless and cowardly traitor, Caesar as a noble ruler and sympathetic victim, and the Ides of March as a time of danger and duplicity. On the surface, the play is comparatively simple and straightforward, and thus it has frequently served to introduce generations of students to Shakespeare's works. But the play is deceptive in its superficial simplicity, and scholars continue to probe the murky depths of its timeless tale of conspiracy. Part of the "Greenwood Guides to Shakespeare" series, this reference book is a thorough companion to the play. Included are chapters on the play's textual history and available modern editions, the historical and cultural setting of Shakespeare's England, and the sources that Shakespeare probably utilized. The volume then analyzes Shakespeare's dramatic art, including his characters, language, and imagery. It then explores the various themes that figure prominently in the play and overviews a number of different critical approaches. Finally, it examines the drama's lengthy stage history, including recent film productions.

Julius Caesar Macbeth Hamlet King Lear Othello

Author: William Shakespeare
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First Folio Edition The Tragedie Of Julius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare
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Julius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare
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Failed Leadership In Four Shakespearean Tragedies Julius Caesar Macbeth Hamlet And King Lear

Author: Daniel Davis
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This qualitative study explored leadership failure in characters from four plays written by William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Hamlet, and King Lear. The literature review suggests that leadership failure is understudied (Kellerman, 2004) and that the phenomenon is complex and contextually determined. This study's findings are closely related to concepts in the literature and this analysis consistently discovered concepts derived from the literature in the dramas examined. This study employed the qualitative research methodology of hermeneutics, a field of literary criticism using constant comparative procedures.