The Masks of King Lear
Rosenberg, Marvin

Newark, DE: Univ of Delaware Pr, 1992. First Edition First edition. Cloth; 431 pps, index, bibliography. An exploration of the many dramatic and critical interpretations of Shakespeare's fated King Lear from around the world. To provide fresh insight, the author also staged the play herself, and showed it to audience who had never before been exposed to "King Lear". A fascinating look into the many depths of the character as discovered by actors, directors, critics, and audience members. Fine, tight copy in pristine dust jacket. Fine Cloth 087413482X (Item ID: M183)


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