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Shakespeare: Readers, Audiences, Players

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A collection of essays by well-know international and Australian Shakespearean critics, exploring the idea that readers, editors, audiences, players, and directors create meanings as clearly as do Shakespeare's texts. The critical trend exemplified in this collection generates a new model of univers
Paperback, 296 pages
Published September 19th 1998 by University of Western Australia Press
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