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eBook Shakespeare-Middleton Collaborations download ISBN: 0945088019
Author: Mark Dominik
Publisher: Alioth Pr; First Printing edition (September 1, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 173
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Like most playwrights of his period, William Shakespeare did not always write alone. A number of his surviving plays are collaborative, or were revised by others after their original composition, although the exact number is open to debate.

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What the book doesn't do is place Shakespeare among his contemporaries. Will and his pals could be another title for this interesting book

What the book doesn't do is place Shakespeare among his contemporaries. The Bard hovers in the background, an ever-elusive figure, until the text touches on Richard Burbage or Ben Jonson; the rest of the time we have to take it on the author's word that various plays are quoting, mimicking or parodying Shakespeare - sometimes a stretch. Will and his pals could be another title for this interesting book. Centered in Sheakespere, this book presents an overview of the most prominent writers,actors and companies at that time, exploring the myriads of collaborations, intersections of strong collaborative work - the theatre.

Like most playwrights of his period, William Shakespeare did not always write alone and a number of his plays are collaborative, or were revised by others after their original composition, although the exact number is open to debate.

Like most playwrights of his period, William Shakespeare did not always write alone and a number of his plays are collaborative, or were revised by others after their original composition, although the exact number is open to debate

Unlike Shakespeare, Middleton remained a free agent, able to write for . In the 1610s, Middleton began a fruitful collaboration with the actor William Rowley, producing Wit at Several Weapons and A Fair Quarrel.

Unlike Shakespeare, Middleton remained a free agent, able to write for whichever company hired him. His early dramatic career was marked by controversy. His friendship with Thomas Dekker brought him into conflict with Ben Jonson and George Chapman in the War of the Theatres. These events marked the beginning of Middleton's greatest period as a playwright. Working alone he produced his comic masterpiece, A Chaste Maid in Cheapside, in 1613. Middleton was, at the same time, increasingly involved with civic pageants.

Most of Shakespeare’s collaborations were with his friends, Thomas Middleton and John Fletcher. Middleton inserted some musical sequences into Mabeth as it appears in the First Folio. He also did some light revision of Measure for Measure. Scholars believe that both worked on Timon of Athens, which has a somewhat incoherent plot. Also, the play has a cynicism that is unusual in Shakespeare’s work and seems to fit the more cynical tone of Middleton’s work

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