Scenes for Women from the Plays of Shakespeare

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Baker's Plays, 1967 - Acting - 188 pages
 

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I recently had to use this book for a research assignment I was given about misogyny in Shakespeare's plays. Othello was one of the plays where I was dictating Misogyny to be. I was very pleased with the book and how its content was organized. There were brief summaries of each act and scene, just befeore the actually dialogue. I used it personally as a reference tool to find where and what each female character said for when and why. I recommened the book to anyone searching specifically for female dialogue throughout some of Shakespeare's plays. (P.S. not all of Shakespeare's plays were in this book. I do believe there was a second edition though by the same editor -- enjoy!) 

Contents

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR
95
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
112
AS YOU LIKE
151
KING HENRY THE FIFTH
177
GLOSSARY
183
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