This work attempts to analyze Shakespeare's tragedies, play by
play, to underline the major accidental irregularities and the more
or less inspired discontinuities or "unconformities" to the found
there. Performances of Shakespeare's plays are seen to eliminate or
conceal the indirections and discontinuities and above all the
minor discrepancies of the printed texts. But producers and
directors as well as editors and "ordinary" readers are faced
uncompromisingly with the texts - ultimately, the Elizabethan and
Jacobean texts - and have to come to terms with them. It is
regarded to be important, therefore, both for an understanding of
Shakespeare's mind and craft and for a realistic interpretation of
the plays to see clearly what problems of consistency they present.
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