King Richard Iii: Third Series by William ShakespeareKing Richard Iii: Third Series by William Shakespeare

King Richard Iii: Third Series

byWilliam ShakespeareEditorJames R. Siemon

Paperback | September 28, 2009

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Richard III is one of the great Shakespearean characters and roles. James R Siemon examines the attraction of this villain to audiences and focuses on how beguiling, even funny, he can be, especially in the earlier parts of the play. Siemon also places King Richard III in its historical context; as Elizabeth I had no heirs the issue of succession was a very real one for Shakespeare's audience. The introduction is well-illustrated and provides a comprehensive account of the play and of critical approaches to it.

The edition also provides a clear and authoritative playtext, edited to the most rigorous standards of scholarship, with detailed notes and commentary on the same page.

With a wealth of helpful and incisive commentary the Arden Shakespeare is the finest edition of Shakespeare you can find, giving a deeper understanding and appreciation of his work.

James R Siemon is Professor of English at Boston University
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Title:King Richard Iii: Third SeriesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:524 pages, 7.75 × 5 × 1 inPublished:September 28, 2009Publisher:BloomsburyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1903436893

ISBN - 13:9781903436899

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'There is much to admire about Siemon's labours here, and taken in its own edition is a fine resource for those wanting to read a well annotated text of the play or to go deeply into the performance and textual histories of the play...'