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Begyndelsen Til Moderne Tider Og Bill Shakespeare

Ernst Bruun Olsen

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Paperback. 524 pages. Dimensions: 8.3in. x 5.8in. x 1.1in.DEN DANSKE KULTURSTYRELSE har valgt 2006 til Renssance-r. Det er tanken at pege p Renssancens betydning i Danmark. Inden for dramaet er det naturligvis den engelske elizabethanske Renssance med William Shakespeare der er den store inspirationskilde. BEGYNDELSEN TIL MODERNE TIDER handler om 1500-tallets engelske bnder der blev smidt p landevejene fordi freavl betalte sig bedre end landbrug. Hr skabtes industriens frste lnproletariat. - BILL SHAKESPEARE forlader sin fdeby Stratford-on-Avon i 1587 og dukker op i London i 1592. Det er skuespillets hypotese at han i de mellemliggende r har oplevet og er pvirket af elendigheden p de engelske landeveje. Belyst forskelligt handler de to spil om denne side af Renssancen. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9788776910358

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DEN DANSKE KULTURSTYRELSE har valgt 2006 til "Renæssance-År". Det er tanken at pege på Renæssancens betydning i Danmark. Inden for dramaet er det naturligvis den engelske elizabethanske Renæssance med William Shakespeare der er den store inspirationskilde. BEGYNDELSEN TIL MODERNE TIDER handler om 1500-tallets engelske bønder der blev smidt på landevejene fordi fåreavl betalte sig bedre end landbrug. Hér skabtes industriens første lønproletariat. - BILL SHAKESPEARE forlader sin fødeby Stratford-on-Avon i 1587 og dukker op i London i 1592. Det er skuespillets hypotese at han i de mellemliggende år har oplevet og er påvirket af elendigheden på de engelske landeveje. Belyst forskelligt handler de to spil om denne side af Renæssancen.

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