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How to Speak Shakespeare


Super Savings Item! Save 31% on the How to Speak Shakespeare by Brand: Santa Monica Press at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. In How to Speak Shakespeare, authors Cal Pritner and Louis Colaianni teach readers how to make sound and sense out of the Bard. Their methods have taught thousands of people—from high school students to English literature and theater arts graduate students, from beginning actors to professional actors—how to understand and effectively communicate the poetry of Shakespeare.In order to make the book user-friendly, the authors have organized it around passages from Romeo and Juliet. The


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In How to Speak Shakespeare, authors Cal Pritner and Louis Colaianni teach readers how to make sound and sense out of the Bard. Their methods have taught thousands of people—from high school students to English literature and theater arts graduate students, from beginning actors to professional actors—how to understand and effectively communicate the poetry of Shakespeare.In order to make the book user-friendly, the authors have organized it around passages from Romeo and Juliet. The material has been tested successfully with high school students, graduate students, amateur actors, and professional actors. The authors' teaching method is essentially a simple three step process: Test Your Understanding, Stress for Meaning, and Celebrate the Poetry. Classroom and rehearsal-tested exercises are included along with additional background on Shakespeare and his work.

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Manufacturer:Santa Monica Press
Brand:Brand: Santa Monica Press
Publisher:Santa Monica Press
Studio:Santa Monica Press
EAN:9781891661181
Item Weight:0.45 pounds
Item Size:0.34 x 9.05 x 9.05 inches
Package Weight:0.79 pounds
Package Size:5.85 x 0.73 x 0.73 inches

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