Author(s): Stephen Longstaffe
ThisCritical Guide demonstrates why Shakespeare’s drama about the education of aprince remains such a "renewable resource" for both schools and universities.Its impressive contributors show there is a perfect match between 1 Henry IVand the educational aims of the Continuum Renaissance Drama series. In achain of ingeniously linked essays, they reveal how the play poses questionsabout multiculturalism, role play, history, generational conflict, and thecontrol of the media that are as pressing today as in 1597. So this sophisticatedGuide illustrates how Shakespeare does not simply serve modern education, butin deep, sometimes disturbing ways, teaches the teachers.
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