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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Dr Emma Smith,William Shakespeare
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Emma Smith is Professor of Shakespeare Studies at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Hertford College. She has published and lectured widely on Shakespeare and on other early modern dramatists.

Emma Smith is Professor of Shakespeare Studies at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Hertford College.

Bloom, Harold, e. William Shakespeare's Henry V (1988). Interestingly varied collection of critical essays. Smith, Emma, e. King Henry V, Shakespeare in Production (2002). Detailed stage history and text of play annotated with stage directions of important productions. Brennan, Anthony, Henry V, Harvester New Critical Introductions to Shakespeare (1992). Well-balanced introduction covering text and performance. Hall, Joan Lord, Henry V: A Guide to the Play (1997). Starring Olivier as Henry.

William Poel's production in 1901 with the Elizabethan Society in. .Largely through Shakespeare, a King who was an unpleasantly ruthless.

William Poel's production in 1901 with the Elizabethan Society in Burlington Gardens was the first to use the full text of Shakespeare's play since the seventeenth century and to attempt to reproduce Elizabethan staging conditions. Playing a fuller text revealed the play's complexity and allowed its ambiguities to emerge. Poel went on to direct a performance with Ben Greet's company at Stratford.

The Life of King Henry the Fifth KING HENRY V. Not yet, my cousin: we would be resolved, Before we hear .

The Life of King Henry the Fifth. Shakespeare homepage Henry V Entire play. KING HENRY V. Not yet, my cousin: we would be resolved, Before we hear him, of some things of weight That task our thoughts, concerning us and France. Enter the ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, and the BISHOP of ELY. CANTERBURY. We must not only arm to invade the French, But lay down our proportions to defend Against the Scot, who will make road upon us With all advantages.

Shakespeare Quarterly. Emma Smith is Fellow and Tutor in English at Hertford College, Oxford. This is the first Shakespeare in Production volume I've read. From 1991-97 she was a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford.

King Henry V. William Shakespeare.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press.

Emma Smith’s most popular book is Henry . Measure For Measure, William Shakespeare: Notes by. Emma Smith. Shakespeare's Dead: Stages of Death in Shakespeare's Playworlds by. Simon Palfrey, Emma Smith.

William Shakespeare, Emma Smith. This is the first stage history of Shakespeare's King Henry V to cover the play's theatrical life since its first performance in 1599.

Shakespeare, William, The Tragedy of King Richard the Third: Parallel Texts of the First Quarto and First Folio with Variants .

Shakespeare, William, The Tragedy of King Richard the Third: Parallel Texts of the First Quarto and First Folio with Variants of the Early Quartos, ed. Kristian Smidt (Oslo:, 1969). Taylor, Gary, ‘Shakespeare and Others: The Authorship of Henry the Sixth, Part One’, Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 7 (1995), 145―205. Walton, J. Copy for the Folio Text of ‘Richard III’ with a Note on the Copy of the Folio Text of ‘King Lear’ (Auckland NZ: Auckland University College, 1955). The Second Tetralogy: Richard II, Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, Henry V.

As William Shakespeare's birthday is being celebrated around the world . Dame Judi Dench - Shakespeare in Love Although Dench only appeared in a handful of scenes totaling approximately eight minutes, sh.

Kenneth Branagh as King Henry V of England in Shakespeare's Henry V - 1989. Dame Judi Dench - Shakespeare in Love Although Dench only appeared in a handful of scenes totaling approximately eight minutes, she made such a strong impression as the Virgin Queen that she was awarded that year’s Best Supporting Actress Oscar.

This is the first stage history of Shakespeare's King Henry V to cover the play's theatrical life since 1599. Staging this play is a political act, and the substantial Introduction traces its theatrical interventions into conflicts from the Napoleonic Wars to Vietnam and the Falklands. The stage and film history raises interpretative questions--is Henry V an epic of English nationalism, a knowing and cynical piece of power politics, or an anti-war manifesto? The volume also includes the play text, illustrations and detailed footnotes about major performances.