The Taming of the Shrew
Cambridge University Press, 28.04.2003 - 198 Seiten
'Thompson makes admirable use of the play's stage history to show that its depiction of the woman-tamer has always disturbed people hers remains the introductory essay I would most want my students to read.'English' a radically fresh and challenging view of the play.'The Times Higher Education SupplementFor this updated edition Ann Thompson has added new sections to the Introduction which describe the 'deeply problematic' nature of debates about the play and its reception since the 1980s. She discusses recent editions and textual, performance and critical studies.
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