Freeing Shakespeare's Voice

Freeing Shakespeare's Voice Book Details:

Publisher : Theatre Communications Group

ISBN-13 : 1559366389

Page : 224 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 389 voters

A passionate exploration of the process of comprehending and speaking the words of William Shakespeare. Detailing exercises and analyzing characters' speech and rhythms, Linklater provides the tools to increase understanding and make Shakespeare's words one's own.

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