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|Title:||Traditions in Production of The winter's Tale|
|Authors:||Struthers, Alexandrer John|
|Advisor:||Jackson, Berners A.W.|
|Keywords:||English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>This thesis concerns the traditions in production of The winter's Tale that have emerged since 1750. To find these traditions, and to understand the nature of each one, the major productions of The winter's Tale that have been given in England since 1750, and in North America since 1900, are considered. Also, to clarify the nature of each tradition, the general conditions during the period of a tradition are outlined. This involved outlining the state of Shakespeare production in general, or outlining the trends in literary criticism that influenced production of The winter's Tale.</p>|
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