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Watching Shakespeare on Television
Coursen, Herbert R.

Madison: Fairleigh Dickenson Univ. Press, 1993. First First edition. Cloth, 198 pps. with index; illustrated. A study of why Shakespeare "works" on television both in modern productions and, by way of video cassette, in older classic versions such as Olivier's "Hamlet" and Welles's "King Lear". A fine, fresh copy in slightly edge rubbed but crisp, bright dust jacket. Hard Cover (Item ID: D706)


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