Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Ralph M. Wardle
Shakespeare wrote to be acted, not read. English majors and casual readers of often warned not to criticize some of the glaring errors in Shakespeare’s plays because they are not obvious on the stage. Some never get closer to an understanding that these plays were written to be acted. They would be better advised to be constantly aware of the plays’ proper place on the stage.
Huehn, Evelyn Jeanette, "Hand imagery as used by William Shakespeare in accordance with a conjectured formal acting style" (1967). Student Work. 3171.
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