4 edition of Dryden as an adapter of Shakespeare found in the catalog.
Dryden as an adapter of Shakespeare
|Statement||by Allardyce Nicoll.|
|LC Classifications||PR2880.D7 N5 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||77005435|
Preeminent Shakespeare scholar James Shapiro shows how the tumultuous events in influenced three of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies written that year—King Lear, Macbeth, and Antony and Cleopatra.“The Year of Lear is irresistible—a banquet of wisdom” (The New York Times Book Review). In the years leading up to , Shakespeare’s great productivity had ebbed/5(95). sources of the Restoration versions of Shakespeare's plays, perhaps still exist, certain prompt copies or corrected quartos not now known or accessible to the learned world. In his Dryden as an Adapter of Shakespeare Mr. Nicoll even ventured to hope that some of these lost copies may eventually turn up and throw new light on the true text.
Allardyce Nicoll, in an early twentieth-century study of Dryden as an Adapter of Shakespeare, went so far as to proclaim Shakespeare a “figure so colossal that he forms a kind of touchstone to any particular period, and we could almost write a history of English thought from to by studying alone the attitude displayed towards him by. i THE SHAKESPEARE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA President, 0. B. HARDISON (Georgetown University) Executive Secretary, ANN ]ENNALIE CooK (Vanderbilt University) Administrative Assistant, RosEMARY ALLEN (Vanderbilt University) Convention Assistants, ToDD CoKE (Vanderbilt University) VIOLET ELDER (University of Michigan) TRUSTEES.
Julie Sanders’ definition of “appropriation” is similar to Dryden’s defi-nition of “imitation” (see, for example, Bassnett-McGuire ).: the original point of enunciation may now have changed, and although certain characteristics of the original may remain, the new text will be more that of the adapter or Size: KB. Art in Needlework: A Book about Embroidery (English) (as Author) Windows: A Book About Stained & Painted Glass (English) (as Author) Day, Mary L., Arms, Mary L. Day; The World As I Have Found It Sequel to Incidents in the Life of a Blind Girl (English) (as Author) Dayot, Armand, .
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Dryden as an adapter of Shakespeare. New York: AMS Press,  (OCoLC) Named Person: William Shakespeare; John Dryden; William Shakespeare; John Dryden; William Shakespeare: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Allardyce Nicoll.
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Excerpt from Dryden as an Adapter of Shakespeare The first Of these two aspects is the value which the Restoration adaptations may have for the text of Shakespeare itself.
About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at hor: Allardyce Nicoll. Thus, with the height of arrogance, Dryden rewrote Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales (giving it a new title, “The Fables”); John Milton’s Paradise Lost (“The State of Innocence, or The Fall of Man”); and various of Shakespeare’s plays; all in the perfectly rhythmical little rhyming couplets which put Lord Marlborough into such a pleasant (and doubtless, well-earned) sleep.
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h ^v^^' PREFATORY NOTE SINCE the delivery of the following paper early in two volumes on Shakespeare adaptations have been pub- lished. One of these is the coUeftion of altered plays edited by Mr, Montague Summers ; the other is the careful work of Professor.
The book, which was the result of three years' labor, was a vigorous, rather than a close, rendering of Virgil into the style of Dryden. Among other notable poems of this period are the two "Songs for St. Cecilia's Day", written for a London musical society for andand published : AMAZON BOOK REVIEW.
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JOHN DRYDEN (), English poet, born on or about the 9th of Augustat Aldwinkle, in Northamptonshire, was of Cumberland stock, though his family had been settled for three generations in Northamptonshire, had acquired estates and a baronetcy, and intermarried with landed families in that county.
His great-grandfather, who first carried the name south, and acquired by marriage the. LONDON. GEORGE BELL AND SONS.
CHISWICK PRESS:—CHARLES WHITTINGHAM AND CO. TOOKS COURT, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON. PREFACE. The plan of a general history of English literature in a series of introductory manuals, each dealing with a well-defined period and individually complete, as set forth in the preface to Mr.
Dennis’s Age of Pope, is advanced a stage further by the. John Henry Dryden (9 August - 1 May ) was an influential English poet, literary critic, translator, and playwright who dominated the literature of Restoration England to such a point that the period came to be known in literary circles as the "Age of Dryden".
Dryden was born at Aldwincle Rectory, Northamptonshire. His father, from whom he inherited a small estate, was Erasmus, 3rd son Notable work(s): Absalom and Achitophel, MacFlecknoe. Allardyce Nicoll - Dryden as an adapter of Shakespeare by Allardyce Nicoll 4 editions - first published in History and criticism, Theater, History, English drama, Accessible book, Drama, Protected DAISY, Bibliography.
The Tempest, in various altered forms, was probably the most popular of Shakespeare’s plays during the Restoration and eighteenth century. The Restoration version, adapted by John Dryden and William Davenant and later revised by Thomas Shadwell, was for the audiences of the period the known version of the play.
The poet and critic John Dryden adapted many of Shakespeare’s plays according to contemporary taste, Another notorious adapter, As with most speculation about William Shakespeare, the.
The Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century adaptations of Shakespearean plays have never received much critical attention. Except for Dryden All for Love, which owes so little to Shakespeare that it may almost be regarded as an independent play, the altered plays have little literary merit.
Preeminent Shakespeare scholar James Shapiro shows how the tumultuous events in influenced three of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies written that year—King Lear, Macbeth, and Antony and Cleopatra.“The Year of Lear is irresistible—a banquet of wisdom” (The New York Times Book Review). In the years leading up toShakespeare’s great productivity had ebbed.3/5(1).Shakespeare had done.
And Garrick was the first scholarly adapter of Shakespeare, returning to the folios and quartos to retrieve lines deleted since the earliest prompt copies. After all, Garrick was a man of the theatre, a manager interested in suc-cessful productions and willing to sacrifice "art" to "the whole show," as Stone and Kahrl call.
The action of Dryden's play takes place wholly in Alexandria, within the compass of a few days; it does not, like Shakespeare's, extend over several years, and present incessant changes of scene. Dryden chooses, as it were, a fragment of an historical action, a single moment during which motives play within a narrow circle, the culminating.