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Shakescenes Shakespeare for Two (Applause Acting Series) (Applause Acting Series) (Applause Acting Series) - John Russell Brown
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2005, ISBN: 9781557830494

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Rain City Projects, 1991. Book. Good. Paperback. Inscribed on the inside cover page. Could be the author but who knows fancy signature but can't make it out. As to the script, some tanning to the covers. Binding is good and the dialogue flows clearly.This is the ACTING EDITION SCRIPT!., Rain City Projects, 1991, Random House, 2005 Near-new condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Stated First Edition. Number line: 2 4 6 8 9 7 5 3 1. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. 399 pages. Shalimar the Clown is a masterpiece from one of our greatest writers, a dazzling novel that brings together the fiercest passions of the heart and the gravest conflicts of our time into an astonishingly powerful, all-encompassing story. Max Ophuls’ memorable life ends violently in Los Angeles in 1993 when he is murdered by his Muslim driver Noman Sher Noman, also known as Shalimar the Clown. At first the crime seems to be politically motivated. Ophuls was previously ambassador to India, and later US counterterrorism chief but it is much more. Ophuls is a giant, an architect of the modern world: a Resistance hero and best-selling author, brilliant economist and clandestine US intelligence official. But it is as Ambassador to India that the seeds of his demise are planted, thanks to another of his great roles irresistible lover. Visiting the Kashmiri village of Pachigam, Ophuls lures an impossibly beautiful dancer, the ambitious (and willing) Boonyi Kaul, away from her husband, and installs her as his mistress in Delhi. But their affair cannot be kept secret, and when Boonyi returns home, disgraced and obese, it seems that all she has waiting for her is the inevitable revenge of her husband: Noman Sher Noman, Shalimar the Clown. He was an acrobat and tightrope walker in their village’s traditional theatrical troupe; but soon Shalimar is trained as a militant in Kashmir’s increasingly brutal insurrection, and eventually becomes a terrorist with a global remit and a deeply personal mission of vengeance. With sweeping brilliance, Salman Rushdie portrays fanatical mullahs as fully as documentary filmmakers, rural headmen as completely as British spies; he describes villages that compete to make the most splendid feasts, the mentality behind martial law, and the celebrity of Los Angeles policemen, all with the same genius. But the main story is only part of the story. In this stunningly rich book everything is connected, and everyone is a part of everyone else. Shalimar the Clown is a true work of the era of globalization, intricately mingling lives and countries, and finding unexpected and sometimes tragic connections between the seemingly disparate. The violent fate of Kashmir recalls Strasbourg’s experience in World War Two; Resistance heroism against the Nazis counterpoints Al-Qaeda’s terror in Pakistan, North Africa and the Philippines. 1960s Pachigam is not so far from post-war London, or the Hollywood-driven present-day Los Angeles where Max’s daughter by Boonyi, India Ophuls, beautiful, strong-willed, modern, waits, as vengeance plays itself out. A powerful love story, intensely political and historically informed, Shalimar the Clown is also profoundly human, an involving story of people’s lives, desires and crises India Ophuls’ desperate search for her real mother, for example; Max’s wife’s attempts to deal with his philandering as well as, in typical Rushdie fashion, a magical tale where the dead speak and the future can be foreseen. Shalimar the Clown is steeped in both the Hindu epic Ramayana and the great European novelists, melding the storytelling traditions of east and west into a magnificently fruitful blend and serves, itself, as a corrective to the destructive clashes of values it scorchingly depicts. Enthralling, comic and amazingly abundant, it will no doubt come to be seen as one of the key books of our time.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Random House, 2005, London: Oxford University Press,. Fair with no dust jacket. 1967. Hard Cover. Xvi,1088 pages, 40 plates (176 illustrations) , cloth, DJ, ex-library with usual library markings otherwise very good. From the publisher: "First published in 1951, the Oxford Companion to the Theatre can still claim, as it did then, to be the only English one-volume encyclopedia of world theatre. In a series of long articles it covers the history of the theatre in all countries, from ancient Greece to modern America, both North and South, and in all of its aspects, from Acoustics and Architecture through Costume, Lighting, Make-up and Scenery. Although the emphasis throughout is on the theatre as a living organism, a corporate activity space has been given to the dramatic genres and to the history and practice of such things as Dramatic Censorship, Copyright, and criticism. Special attention has, however, been paid to the purely theatrical manifestations like Burlesque, Commedia dell'Arte, Melodrama, Music Hall, Showboats, Vaudeville, and The Method. Compiled originally by a team of more than fifty experts under the general editorship of Phyllis Hartnoll, who was responsible for all the unsigned articles, including those on the French theatre, the book has now been thoroughly overhauled and reset, and many new articles have been added by a further thirty contributors. " From the preface to the third edition: "An effort has been made, however, to provide information on every aspect of the theatre at least up to the end of 1964, and even beyond that for those countries - among them England, France, and America - on which material is easily accessible to a London-based editor. "; Ex-Library; 1088 pages ., Oxford University Press, 1967, Second Applause printing 1998. .Copyright by Applause Theatre Book Publishers 1992. Cover shows small amount of edge wear. Pages are clean and unmarked but several pages have been folded. Applause Books). 35 scenes from Shakespeare are presented in newly-edited texts, with notes which clarify meanings, topical references, puns, ambiguities, etc. A brief description of characters and situation prefaces each scene, and is followed by a commentary which discusses its major acting challenges and opportunities. Each scene has been chosen for its independent life requiring only the simplest of stage properties and the barest of spaces.-see pictures maybe this will do it maybe it won't. you'll know by looking at the pictures, I try to note all defects,so you can make an informed buying decision... -Expedited Shipping available-by request/ price adjust-..Ruth Reaser..LAX Vespa shipped -United States Post to fulfill your order, Los Angeles I carefully pack your book,hop on my Vespa visit the PO to have it placed in our mail system.. your books wrapped,not co-mingled,you get the copy you were viewing. -Shakescenes: Shakespeare for Two (Applause Acting Series) Paperback May 1, 2000 by John Russell Brown (Editor) ISBN 1557830495, 9781557830494 Drama ' Shakespeare Drama / Shakespeare Performing Arts / Monologues & Scenes-Ruth Reaser..LAX Vespa- BMK 42 fba RT bib 3605, Applause Books, 1998.

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35 scenes from Shakespeare are presented in newly-edited texts, with notes which clarify meanings, topical references, puns, ambiguities, etc. A brief description of characters and situation prefaces each scene, and is followed by a commentary which discusses its major acting challenges and opportunities. Each scene has been chosen for its independent life requiring only the simplest of stage properties and the barest of spaces. Shakescenes: Shakespeare for Two Brown, John Russell / Shakespeare, William, Applause Books

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Applause Theatre & Cinema Books. Paperback. POOR. Acceptable copy with heavy wear to cover and pages. Pages have writing and or highlighting. Might be an ex-library copy and not include CD or accessories., Applause Theatre & Cinema Books

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Paperback, [PU: Applause Theatre Book Publishers], In the notes to each of 35 scenes from Shakespeare's plays John Russell Brown offers a sensible guidance for those who have little or no experience with the formidable Bard., Shakespeare Plays

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Shakescenes: Shakespeare for Two

35 scenes from Shakespeare are presented in newly-edited texts, with notes which clarify meanings, topical references, puns, ambiguities, etc. A brief description of characters and situation prefaces each scene, and is followed by a commentary which discusses its major acting challenges and opportunities. Each scene has been chosen for its independent life requiring only the simplest of stage properties and the barest of spaces.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781557830494
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1557830495
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2000
Herausgeber: APPLAUSE THEATRE BOOKS
308 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,308 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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