Shakespeare Adaptations from the Restoration: Five Plays

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Barbara A. Murray
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2005 - 556 páginas
Between 1660 and 1682 seventeen of Shakespeare's plays were altered for the new Restoration stages and times. Shakespeare Adaptations from the Restoration: Five Plays now publishes five of these plays for the first time in a critical edition.

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Titus Andronicus or the Rape of Lavinia ?1678
1
The Misery of Civil War Henry VIs 1680
89
The History of King Richard the Second or The Sicilian Usurper Richard II 1680
193
Henry the Sixth The First Part with the Murder of Humphrey Duke of Glocester 1681
271
The Injured Princess or The Fatal Wager Cymbeline 1682
375
Notes
455
Bibliography
541
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