Poland"s homage to Shakespeare
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Poland"s homage to Shakespeare commemorating the fourth centenary of his birth 1564-1964. by HelsztynМЃski, StanisЕ‚aw.

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Published by Polish Scientific Publishers in Naukowe .
Written in English


  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Appreciation -- Poland.

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Edition Notes

StatementWarszawa, Paśtwowe Wydawn.
ContributionsPolska Akademia Nauk. Komitet Neofilologiczny.
LC ClassificationsPR2971.P7 H4, PR2971.P7 H4
The Physical Object
Pagination246 p.
Number of Pages246
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17879063M
LC Control Number66047522

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Full text of "A Book of homage to Shakespeare to commemorate the three hundredth anniversary of Shakespeare's death" See other formats. Shakespeare in Poland: Bibliography. Shakespeare in Poland -- page Bibliography of works cited. Adamiecka, A., "Cialo slowa, cien obrazu. O wspolczesnych inscenizacjach szekspirowskich" ["The Body of the Word, the Shade of the Picture. In the most complete, accurate, and up-to-date narrative of Shakespeare's life ever written, Park Honan uses a wealth of fresh information to dramatically alter our perceptions of the actor, poet, and playwright. The young poet's relationships, his early courtship of Anne Hathaway, their marriage, his attitudes to women such as Jennet Davenant, Marie Mountjoy, and his own daughters, are seen 4/5(1). In a remarkable piece of detective work, Shakespeare scholar James Bednarz traces the Bard's legendary wit-combats with Ben Jonson to their source during the Poets' War. Bednarz offers the most thorough reevaluation of this "War of the Theaters" since Harbage's Shakespeare and the Rival Traditions, revealing a new vision of Shakespeare as a playwright intimately concerned with the .

Really lovely. A.D. Cousins and his team have assembled an erudite, matter-of-fact gloss over Shakespeare's life and career. Each play is given at least 2 large pages (sometimes up to 12) covering the basic plot, the play in performance, the history and sources, and any other relevant information/5. For the Polish people, Shakespeare’s Hamlet is by far the best introduction to the dramatist’s entire body of work. 1 As the eminent Neo-Romantic Polish painter, poet and dramatist, Stanislaw Wyspiański () has said: “In Poland the puzzle of Hamlet means: everything that is in Poland to think about” ( ). 2 Wyspiański’s succinct observation conveys the essence of.   The attempt by Stanislaw August Poniatowski () "to create anew the Polish world" was one of the most audacious enterprises of reform undertaken by any enlightened monarch in the eighteenth century. Inspired by his love of Author: Richard Butterwick. Hadfield's take on Shakespeare and Renaissance Politics is a useful companion to Shakespeare especially if one is interested in Shakespeare's political motivation. The tone of this particular book is a less complicated than that of his Shakespeare and Republicanism/5.