Reforming the bad quartos performance and provenance of six Shakespearean first editions by Kathleen O. Irace

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Published by University of Delaware Press, Associated University Presses in Newark, London .

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Subjects:

  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Criticism, Textual.,
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Bibliography -- Quartos.,
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Criticism and interpretation -- History -- 17th century.,
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Stage history.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-223) and index.

Book details

StatementKathleen O. Irace.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3071 .I73 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination232 p. :
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1745987M
ISBN 100874134714
LC Control Number92056612

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Origins of bad quarto theory. The concept of the "bad quarto" as a category of text was created by bibliographer Alfred W. Pollard in his book Shakespeare Folios and Quartos (). The idea came to him in his reading of the address by the editors, John Heminges and Henry Condell, which appears at the beginning of Shakespeare's First Folio and is titled, "To the Great Variety.

Get this from a library. Reforming the. This innovative book, in contrast to most earlier studies, takes the six "bad" quartos seriously, evaluating them as theatrical scripts in their own right at the same time as it seeks clues to their origins.

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Reforming the "Bad" Quartos explores both the performance features and the provenance of these six early Shakespearean playtexts. Quarto as format. A quarto (from Latin quārtō, ablative form of quārtus, fourth) is a book or pamphlet made up of one or more full sheets of paper on which 8 pages of text were printed, which were then folded two times to produce four leaves.

Each leaf of a quarto book thus represents one fourth the size of the original sheet. Each group of 4 leaves (called a. Bad Quarto Productions, New York, New York. likes. Bad Quarto Productions is a not-for-profit theatre devoted to exploring the dingy corners of Shakespearean ers: The First Quarto of Hamlet: Reforming Widow Gertred.

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The concept of the “Bad Quarto” as a category of text was created by bibliographer Alfred W. Pollard in his book Shakespeare Folios and Quartos (). The idea came to him in his reading of the address by the editors, John Heminges and Henry Condell, that appears at the beginning of Shakespeare’s First address is titled, “To.

This edition was printed in It is known as the first quarto (shortened to Q1), or sometimes as the ‘bad quarto’ of Hamlet. The term ‘quarto’ denotes a specific size of book – and in this case indicates that it was made of sheets of paper which had each been folded twice to produce a book of a similar size to a modern paperback.

Quarto - A quarto is a book in which eight pages are printed on a single sheet which is folded twice to form four leaves. The average quarto contains about one hundred pages, and is about 6 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches in size.

Folio - A folio is a book in which each sheet is folded over only once through the middle, forming two leaves (or four pages. The "Bad" Quartos and Their Contexts. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, xvii + pp. [Studies the 41 so-called bad quartos or memorial reconstructions of Elizabethan plays, deconstructing the theories of W.

Greg and the new bibliography, assess-ing the methods used to classify quartos as "bad," and. Facsimile edition by the British Library enables comparison of the 'good' and 'bad' quartos of Shakespeare's Hamlet Fiachra Gibbons, arts correspondent Sat 21 Jun EDT First published Author: Fiachra Gibbons.

Reforming the "Bad" Quartos: Performance and Provenance of Six Shakespearean First Editions, by Kathleen O. Irace. Newark: Univer sity of Delaware Press; London and Toronto: Associated University Presses, Pp.

Cloth $ Reviewer: Jill L. Levenson Less than eighteen months after this book was published, Donald. Reforming the "Bad" Quartos: Performance and Provenance of Six Shakespeare First Editions.

Newark: University of Delaware Press, Newark: University of Delaware Press, Isaacs, J. Production and Stage Management at the Blackfriars Theatre. In The Merry Wives of Windsor, Ford's frenzy to prove that his suspicions are in fact grounded can be seen as an attempt to avoid Arden's fate, and there are notable parallels between the plays: Arden, for example, dreams he is a hunted deer in a park (), a passage that Falstaff's experience in Windsor Forest may recall, and Ford's.

The Bad Quarto gets its title from a real document, the First Quarto of Hamlet, published in the Clarendon Press edition of more of a practice piece for Shakespeare. The main character Imogen learns that at least one person believes the earlier death was no accident and is determined to root out the villain by Shakespeare's own /5(38).

plural of bad quarto Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Dramaturgy of the Acting Version of the First Quarto of "Hamlet" ment when Hamlet enters the stage “ reading on a book Reforming the "Bad" Quartos: Performance and Provenance of Six.

'This is an excellent book to learn much of what is known about the quarto and Folio texts of the eighteen plays published in both formats, with special attention given to the shorter quartos.

Erne presents his tremendous learning on this subject in a very understandable way.'Cited by: 6. Effacing Rebellion and Righting the Slanted: Declassifying the Archive of MacMillan's () and Shakespeare's () Romeo and Juliets - Volume 49 Issue 2 - Cited by: 1.

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Newark: University of Delaware Press, Jackson, Russell, and R. Smallwood. Players of Shakespeare 2: Further Essays in Shakespearean Performance. New York: Cambridge UP, [Players of Shakespeare 3 published ].

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Halio / Published: () Textual Shakespeare: writing and the word / by: Holderness, Graham. Published: (). Irace, Kathleen O., Reforming the ‘Bad’ Quartos: Performance and Provenance of Six Shakespearean First Editions (Newark: University of Delaware Press, ) Some books that focus specifically on Hamlet: The Hamlet First Published (Q1, ): Origins, Form, Intertextualities, ed.

by Thomas Clayton (Newark: University of Delaware Press, ). The Shakespeare Quartos Archive is a digital collection of pre editions of William Shakespeare's plays. A cross-Atlantic collaboration has also produced an interactive interface for the detailed study of these geographically distant quartos, with full functionality for all thirty-two quarto copies of Hamlet held by participating institutions.

You can view the Shakespeare quartos on this site separately or you can compare any two copies. If you choose to see one copy at a time, you will get two pages on the screen as you would if you had the book open in front of you.

To read the text you may have to enlarge the image by clicking on it or using the enlarge icon. More recently, Kathleen Irace echoes Greg and Wilson when she begins Reforming the "Bad" Quartos by classifying A Shrew as a special case apart from the usual group of six bad quartos: "Although A Shrew may indeed be based on Shakespeare's play, it is not the same sort of text as the six short quartos in this study" (, 19).

Classification of Shakespeare’s Work. and Tragedies, and, in addition to preparing and correcting the bad quartos by comparing them to the authoritative prompt-copies, Folio – A folio is a book in which each sheet is folded over only once through the middle, forming two leaves (or four pages).

The First Folio has leaves. The Taming of the Shrew is a comedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written between and The play begins with a framing device, often referred to as the induction, in which a mischievous nobleman tricks a drunken tinker named Christopher Sly into believing he is actually a nobleman himself.

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Irace, Reforming the “Bad” Quartos: Performance and Provenance of Six Shakespearean First Editions (Newark, ), –72 Author: MacDonald P. Jackson. Next, imagine that you fold other sheets of paper the same way for a book with sixty-four pages.

You would have sixteen folded sheets of paper in all. You would then open all of them and place the second folded sheet on the first, the third sheet. Shakespeare - Plays Le opere teatrali di Shakespeare, di cui non abbiamo un ordine cronologico, e riassunto dei drammi più umportanti: Otello, Macbeth, Amleto.3/5(1).

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