This is a 'hands-on' introductory guide to analyzing and discussing Shakespeare on screen. Part one establishes the differences between Shakespeare on stage and film, with Part two providing a historical introduction to Shakespeare on film. Part three explores the key modes and genre conventions used in Shakespeare on film. Part four contains a series of critical essays, while Part Five discusses Shakespeare on TV. At every stage, students are provided with critical knowledge and vocabulary to analyze Shakespeare on screen.
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Author Biography - Maurice Hindle
MAURICE HINDLE is Associate Lecturer in Literature and Senior Faculty Manager in Arts for The Open University (London Region), UK. Among other publications, he has edited the Penguin Classics volumes of Dracula, Frankenstein and Caleb Williams.