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The two noble kinsmen: presented at the Blackfriers by the Kings maiesties servants, with great applause

Critical and historical notes accompany Shakespeare's play about two knights, Palamon and Arcite, who fall in love with the same girl, Emelye, turning their previous close friendship into bitter rivalry.

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  • "Shakespeare and Fletcher : The Two noble kinsmen"@en
  • "Letterpress Shakespeare limited edition"
  • "Titus Andronicus"@en
  • "两个高贵的亲戚"
  • "Liang ge gao gui de qin qi"
  • "Two noble kinsmen, Titus Andronicus, Pericles"
  • "[Spurious and doubtful works]"
  • "2 noble kinsmen"@en
  • "2 noble kinsmen"
  • "Pericles, prince of Tyre"@en

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  • "Critical and historical notes accompany Shakespeare's play about two knights, Palamon and Arcite, who fall in love with the same girl, Emelye, turning their previous close friendship into bitter rivalry"
  • "When Theseus, Duke of Athens, learns that the ruler of Thebes has killed three noble kings he swears to take revenge, but after Athens triumphs over the rival city, Theseus is struck by the bravery of two Theban cousins and orders his surgeons to attend to them. Soon, the cousins' lifelong friendship is threatened, as both become overwhelmed with love for the duke's beautiful sister."
  • ""Since the late twentieth century, when scholarly attention began to focus on sexuality, collaboration and Shakespeare's late plays, The Two Noble Kinsmen has become an essential script. Turner and Tatspaugh's edition presents a strong case for taking the play more seriously now than ever before. A lively introduction discusses Shakespeare's craftsmanship in adapting a medieval tale for the Jacobean stage, the extent of co-authorship with John Fletcher, the rhetorical complexity of Shakespeare's late style, the themes of sexuality and friendship, and contemporary critical responses to the play. In addition to presenting a detailed history of performance, the edition calls attention to productions that have demonstrated the play's theatrical vitality and solved - or failed to solve - difficulties inherent in the text. Bringing the textual history completely up to date, the edition reflects renewed interest in The Two Noble Kinsmen, confirming it as a play for today"--"
  • "Critical and historical notes accompany Shakespeare's play about two knights, Palamon and Arcite, who fall in love with the same girl, Emelye, turning their previous close friendship into bitter rivalry."@en
  • ""Since the late twentieth century, when scholarly attention began to focus on sexuality, collaboration and Shakespeare's late plays, The Two Noble Kinsmen has become an essential script. Turner and Tatspaugh's edition presents a strong case for taking the play more seriously now than ever before. A lively introduction discusses Shakespeare's craftsmanship in adapting a medieval tale for the Jacobean stage, the extent of co-authorship with John Fletcher, the rhetorical complexity of Shakespeare's late style, the themes of sexuality and friendship, and contemporary critical responses to the play. In addition to presenting a detailed history of performance, the edition calls attention to productions that have demonstrated the play's theatrical vitality and solved - or failed to solve - difficulties inherent in the text. Bringing the textual history completely up to date, the edition reflects renewed interest in The Two Noble Kinsmen, confirming it as a play for today.""
  • "This tragicomedy is an adaptation of Chaucer's Knight's Tale. Palamon and Arcite are kinsmen fighting for Creon of Thebes against the rulers of Athens, Theseus and Hippolyta. The two cousins and friends are captured and imprisoned. They are both smitten with the Athenian princess Emilia and their friendship turns to bitter rivalry. The play has comic sub-plots involving the besotted jailer's daughter, yokels performing Morris dancing, and preposterous disguises."
  • "A play based on a story from Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales.""
  • "Based on Chaucer's Knight's Tale, The Two Noble Kinsmen was written at the end of Shakespeare's career, as a collaboration with the rising young dramatist John Fletcher. Neglected until recently by directors and teachers, the play deserves to be better known for its moving dramatization of the conflict of love and friendship."@en

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  • "Toneelstukken (teksten)"
  • "Kommentar"
  • "English drama"
  • "Tragicomedy"@en
  • "Tragicomedy"
  • "Erzählende Literatur"
  • "Drama"
  • "Drama"@en
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"@en
  • "Genres littéraires"
  • "English drama (Tragicomedy)"@en
  • "Facsimiles"@en
  • "Facsimiles"
  • "Engravings"@en
  • "Shakespeare, drama"@en
  • "Dramat angielski"
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Spurious and doubtful works"
  • "Spurious and doubtful works"@en

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  • "The two noble kinsmen presented at the Blackfriers by the Kings Maiesties servants, with great applause"@en
  • "The two noble Kinsmen : [with John Fletcher] ; The tragedy of Titus Andronicus ; Pericles, prince of Tyre"
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