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Ckly and Justice Shallow In his introduction and commentary Craik examines a wide range of topics including the play's probable occasion its relationship to Shakespeare's English history plays and to other sources its textual history with particular reference to the widely div Great audio version of one of Shakespeare s playful plays

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Sir John Falstaff and the Merry Wives of Windsor

When a new play was reuired at short notice for a court occasion in 1597 Shakespeare created The Merry Wives of Windsor a warm hearted and spirited citizen comedy filled with boisterous action situational irony rich characterization and the likes of Falstaff Pistol Mistress ui Okay I finished it After all these years the only Shakespeare play I could never get interested in is finally completed I read every word of it and I am sure I ll never read it againI

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Erging 1623 Folio and 1602 uarto and its uality as drama In light of various topical critical and theatrical interpretations of the play Craik pays particular attention to defining the literal sense proposing some new readings and evoking the many aspects of the stage business A man may be too confident The Merry Wives of Windsor is generally loathed by scholars and loved by audiences The reason is not hard to detect It is a non serious at least on the


10 thoughts on “Sir John Falstaff and the Merry Wives of Windsor

  1. says:

    Okay I finished it After all these years the only Shakespeare play I could never get interested in is finally completed I read every word of it and I am sure I'll never read it againIt's not that bad really if you like bedroom farces punched up with dialect humor second rate puns and third rate malapropisms I found it pretty dreary and the h

  2. says:

    This is Sir John Falstaff’s play; it was a chance for Shakespeare to pad out one of his most popular characters and give him another comic moment And he failed completely So when Shakespeare wrote this he focused on this one character and as a result the rest of the play suffered The cast were all mere plot devices a means for Falstaff to arrive at his destination the dénouement in the woods wearing his a

  3. says:

    I would have sworn his disposition would have gone to the truth of his words; but they do no adhere and keep place together than the Hundredth Psalm to the tune of 'Greensleeves' I will find you twenty lascivious turtles e

  4. says:

    Great audio version of one of Shakespeare's playful plays

  5. says:

    We have some salt of our youth in us William Shakespeare Merry Wives of Windsor Act II Scene 2 Meh Not my favorite There were a few good lines and obviously any book with Sir John Falstaff deserves an extra star so ⋆⋆ Falstaff ⋆⋆⋆ As a whole I didn't like it It felt cheap and a bit of a throw away for a mature William Sha

  6. says:

    From Litsy Glad I have now read this but it‘s not a favorite Shakespeare on the page Seems this one is dependent on the performance and if the actors can pull it off it‘s probably great fun and Fallstaff strikes again or is brought down again But hacking through the text is a mixed experienceTook me longer to read than normal partly beca

  7. says:

    This is my new favorite Shakespeare play and I have zero regrets Everyone is kind of hating on this play because they feel like Shakespeare mistreated one of his “best” creations yes I’m talking about Falstaff here but I literally couldn’t care less I only read the Henry’s after reading The Merry Wives of Windsor so I wasn’t priorly familiar with Falstaff and therefore just took him for what he was a disgusting old man who think

  8. says:

    “A man may be too confident”The Merry Wives of Windsor is generally loathed by scholars and loved by audiences The re

  9. says:

    This is one of Shakespeare's bawdy plays and it is uite silly but it is also highly entertaining I love the way Shakespeare has different cla

  10. says:

    I find Falstaff insufferable in the Henries so I did not have high hopes for this but it was VERY cute and endearingly stupid