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Rhythm and Meaning in Shakespeare: A Guide for Readers and Actors

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Rhythm and Meaning in Shakespeare: A Guide for Readers and Actors
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Publisher: Monash University Publishing
ISBN-13: 9781921867811
Number of pages: 219

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How did Shakespeare intend that his plays be read? Rhythm and Meaning in Shakespeare explores the rhythmical organisation of Shakespeare's verse and how it creates and reinforces meaning both in the theatre and in the mind of the reader.

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