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Ecame an unlikely favorite and delve into the history of Bollywood where Shakespearean stories helped give birth to Indian cinema In Johannesburg we discover how Shakespeare was enlisted into the fight to end apartheid In California we encounter him as the most popular playwright of the American frontierBoth a cultural history and a literary travelogue the first of its kind Worlds Elsewhere explores how Shakespeare became the world's writer and how his works have changed beyond all recognition during the journey. I m very glad I picked up this book and glad to have the extensive bibliography at the back of the book to continue exploring and discovering new things about Shakespeare in film and theatre around the world I can see myself going back to this book many times to uncover about Shakespeare s influence and how people all over the world interpret his worksSide notesThe cover design on the copy I found was the one with the drawing of Shakespeare wearing backpacking gear which I found hilarious and awesome Oddly enough as I was reading this book the Folger Library s Shakespeare Unlimited podcast which I recommend released episodes about some of the same exact things Mr Dickson came across on his journeys the uotes from Sonny Venkatrathnam were uite different from what was said about his copy of the Complet Pantaleon y Las Visitadoras into the history of Bollywood where Shakespearean stories helped give birth to Indian cinema In Johannesburg we discover how Shakespeare was enlisted Ni Un Jefe Más. Quiero tener mi negocio y ser mi propio jefe. Secretos para independizarse: Cómo un Emprendedor Exitoso. Cómo crear una empresa exitosa. Cómo emprender e iniciar un negocio rentable into the fight to end apartheid In California we encounter him as the most popular playwright of the American frontierBoth a cultural history and a literary travelogue the first of No Limits (No existen Límites cuando se cree en uno mismo) its kind Worlds Elsewhere explores how Shakespeare became the world's writer and how his works have changed beyond all recognition during the journey. I m very glad I picked up this book and glad to have the extensive bibliography at the back of the book to continue exploring and discovering new things about Shakespeare Captain Wentworths Persuasion in film and theatre around the world I can see myself going back to this book many times to uncover about Shakespeare s Canu Cynnar influence and how people all over the world La bondad de los extraños interpret his worksSide notesThe cover design on the copy I found was the one with the drawing of Shakespeare wearing backpacking gear which I found hilarious and awesome Oddly enough as I was reading this book the Folger Library s Shakespeare Unlimited podcast which I recommend released episodes about some of the same exact things Mr Dickson came across on his journeys the uotes from Sonny Venkatrathnam were uite different from what was said about his copy of the Complet

SUMMARY Worlds Elsewhere

Worlds Elsewhere

A book about how Shakespeare became fascinated with the world and how the world became fascinated with Shakespeare the first book of its kindThere are 83 copies of the First Folio in a vault beneath Capitol Hill the world's largest collection Well over 150 Indian movies are based on Shakespeare's plays than in any other nation If current trends continue there will soon be high school students reading The Merchant of Venice in Mandarin Chinese than in early modern English Why did this happen and how Ranging ambit. I really wanted to like this Honestly It was just way too rambling for my liking There was almost no chapters Maybe 5 In a book this length It s like 500 pages long He just picked a section of the world and sort of rambled on and on about it eventually coming to a point and going back and rambling on about the history back up to present It was entirely unstructured There really was no rhyme or reason for what he decided to delve into For example he spends an ENORMOUS about of time with South Africa and the prison there when it was admitted to him from the beginning that they didn t have much to do with Shakespeare How many interviews does it take to get this across I mean these men are 80 years old Was it necessary to track every one down to tell him the same thing It s not that I don t find the h Enséñame más in a vault beneath Capitol Hill the world's largest collection Well over 150 Indian movies are based on Shakespeare's plays than Wonder (The Books of Marvella, in any other nation If current trends continue there will soon be high school students reading The Merchant of Venice Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set in Mandarin Chinese than The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase in early modern English Why did this happen and how Ranging ambit. I really wanted to like this Honestly It was just way too rambling for my liking There was almost no chapters Maybe 5 In a book this length It s like 500 pages long He just picked a section of the world and sort of rambled on and on about The Tunnel it eventually coming to a point and going back and rambling on about the history back up to present It was entirely unstructured There really was no rhyme or reason for what he decided to delve Secretos del Cosmos into For example he spends an ENORMOUS about of time with South Africa and the prison there when The Secret Treasons it was admitted to him from the beginning that they didn t have much to do with Shakespeare How many مريض الوهم interviews does The Hypochondriacs Guide To Life And Death it take to get this across I mean these men are 80 years old Was ¡Arde Troya! (Las aventuras de Ogú, Mampato y Rena, it necessary to track every one down to tell him the same thing It s not that I don t find the h

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Iously across four continents and 400 years Worlds Elsewhere is an eye opening account of how Shakespeare went global Seizing inspiration from the playwright's own fascination with travel foreignness and distant worlds Dickson takes us on an extraordinary journey from Hamlet performed by English actors tramping through Poland in the early 1600s to twenty first century Shanghai where Shashibiya survived Mao's Cultural Revolution to become an honored Chinese authorEn route we visit Nazi Germany where Shakespeare b. I started reading it in spring 2017 and finished it in July also in 2017 To tell the truth receiving this book was an unexpected surprise and I will explain why Last February I attended Andrew Dickson s lecture that was held at our university And frankly speaking I was really impressed It is always great to see a person so passionate about what he is doing After this event I decided to buy this book and find out some information about Shakespeare So you can imagine my reaction when I received it from London as a gift I was very happyBut let s return to the book It is about Shakespeare s impact on people and cultures all around the world It consists of five partsThe first one tells us about Shakespeare s influence in Poland and Germany It appears that if you come to Poland Gda sk in particula


10 thoughts on “Worlds Elsewhere

  1. says:

    I really wanted to like this Honestly It was just way too rambling for my liking There was almost no chapters Maybe 5? In a

  2. says:

    Note I received a free copy of this book through Goodreads First ReadsThis book investigates the ways in which Shakespeare's works have been received embraced and reinterpreted around the globe The author recounts his travels to places like Germany India and South Africa; a Shakespeare library in Washington DC; and a city in Poland where a theatre director has built a replica of one of Shakespeare's theatres not the Globe while a

  3. says:

    Worlds Elsewhere Journeys Around Shakespeare’s Globeby Andrew Dickson Andrew's self guide to world of Shakespeare’s well 5 counties at least what follows is my uick single sentence on each place visitedGermany specialists in keeping SP as close to the original as possible good on themUSA competition based SP between cities and towns areas troupes where it's seem prestige dedication fun are the norm India the second most interesting cou

  4. says:

    The range and scope of this rather hefty tome has a certain wow factor for anyone interested in its subject the extent to which Shakespeare’s works have been able to be fruitfully transferred and meaningfully adapted to other places

  5. says:

    This is an interesting and enjoyable book I had the honor to be a guest lecturer on Elizabethan drama to the graduate English class at Kangwon National University in South Korea in 1983 I became very aware of dif

  6. says:

    I started reading it in spring 2017 and finished it in July also in 2017 To tell the truth receiving this book was an unexpected surprise and I will explain why Last February I attended Andrew Dickson’s lecture

  7. says:

    I'm very glad I picked up this book and glad to have the extensive bibliography at the back of the book to conti

  8. says:

    Downloaded this audio book from the library on a whim I might have hesitated had I known how long it is Many sections were enjoyable and I learned some fascinating new tidbits about how Shakespeare has been receiv

  9. says:

    This book offers a look at how Shakespeare's plays are performed and interpreted all over the world I enjoyed the glimpses into life in farawa

  10. says:

    Okay Goodreads This is the SECOND book in the last few weeks on which I wrote and saved that you have eatenSorry to anyone who wants a detailed review there are not enough days left in my life to re write this suffice to say that it's terrific or I wouldn't have given it 4 stars Also sorry because I think many of you would

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