9780393979312

Henry Iv Part I Nce 3E Pa

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  • ISBN13:

    9780393979312

  • ISBN10:

    0393979318

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Textbook Paperback
  • Copyright: 4/17/2003
  • Publisher: W W NORTON

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Summary

The text, with few departures, is that of the First Quarto (1598) edition of the play. Act and scene divisions are not indicated in the Quarto; those of the First Folio have been incorporated, with one exception: scene ii of Act V has been divided into two scenes, with the concluding scenes numbered accordingly. The Third Edition includes expanded annotations. "Contexts and Sources" includes dueling arguments on the play's completeness (one play or one half of a play?) and the naming of a central character (Falstaff or Oldcastle?). "Criticism" includes twenty-four essays-from E. M. W. Tillyard's classic argument of an ordered Shakespearean universe to Graham Holderness's rebuttal to Gus Van Sant's interview regarding 1 Henry IV as the inspiration for his cult film, My Own Private Idaho-nineteen of them new to the Third Edition. The Selected Bibliography has been thoroughly updated.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
A Note on the Text xv
James L. Sanderson
Abbreviated Genealogy of the Mortimers and the House of Lancaster xvii
The Text of 1 Henry IV
1(470)
Contexts and Sources
Composition and Publication
97(3)
Excerpt from the 1598 Quarto
97(3)
One Play or Two?
100(29)
The Structural Problem in Shakespeare's Henry the Fourth
100(14)
Harold Jenkins
History, Theatricality, and the ``Structural Problem'' in the Henry IV Plays
114(15)
Paul Yachnin
Falstaff or Oldcastle?
129(37)
The Fortunes of Oldcastle
129(20)
Gary Taylor
[Reforming Falstaff]
149(17)
David Scott Kastan
Origins
166(305)
[Shakespearean History and the Reign of Henry IV]
167(17)
Peter Saccio
Henry, Prince of Wales
184(1)
Edward Hall
Elizabeth and the Uniting of the Two Houses
185(1)
Raphael Holinshed
An Homilee agaynst disobedience and wylful rebellion
186(3)
Anonymous
The Chronicles of England
189(11)
Raphael Holinshed
The Ciuile Wars
200(7)
Samuel Daniel
The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth
207(12)
Anonymous
Criticism
The Composition of a Character
219(1)
John Dryden
[Falstaff]
219(1)
Samuel Johnson
[Hal, Falstaff, and Taste]
220(3)
Elizabeth Montagu
[The Courage of Falstaff]
223(2)
Maurice Morgann
The Falstaff Myth
225(9)
John Dover Wilson
Gadshill Revisited
234(14)
Arthur C. Sprague
The Second Tetraly
248(8)
E. M. W. Tillyard
[Providence and Propaganda]
256(11)
Henry Ansagar Kelly
[Tillyard, History, and Ideology]
267(7)
Graham Holderness
[Symmetry and Disorder]
274(3)
Sigurd Burckhardt
[Knowledge and Misjudgement]
277(7)
John Wilders
[Theater and Power]
284(28)
Stephen Greenblatt
[Performing 1 Henry IV]
312(18)
Scott McMillin
``The King Hath Many Marching in His Coats,'' or, What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?
330(17)
David Scott Kastan
[Mingling Kings and Clowns]
347(12)
C.L. Barber
[The Battle of Carnival and Lent]
359(7)
Michael D. Bristol
[Welles and Falstaff]
366(15)
Samuel Crowl
[Falstaff]
381(2)
Patricia Parker
[Masculine Identities]
383(4)
Coppelia Kahn
[My Own Private Idaho]
387(5)
Gus Van Sant
[Shakespeare in Idaho]
392(17)
Susan Wiseman
[Gender and Nation]
409(24)
Jean E. Howard
Phyllis Rackin
[Defining the Nation]
433(19)
Christopher Highley
[Endings]
452(19)
Barbara Hodgdon
Selected Bibliography 471

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