By William Shakespeare
Los angeles presente edición reúne los diez dramas históricos compuestos por William Shakespeare. En ella se recogen las traducciones de Ángel-Luis Pujante, reconocido especialista en Shakespeare, publicadas en l. a. colección Austral, y se incluyen cinco traducciones inéditas: Enrique VI. Primera parte (de Ángel-Luis Pujante), Enrique VI. Segunda parte y Enrique VI. Tercera parte (de Alfredo Michel), El rey Juan (de Salvador Oliva) y Enrique VIII (de Ángel-Luis Pujante y Salvador Oliva), junto con l. a. traducción de Enrique V (de Salvador Oliva), que apareció por primera vez en los angeles edición del Teatro selecto de William Shakespeare publicada en 2008.
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Miss O’Neill. Madame Malibran. Mrs. Hannyngton, of Dungannon Castle, to Captain Algeo. President of Clongowes College. President of Carlow College. Mrs. Lyons, to Mrs. Bond, of Derricor Castle. The Hon. the Provost of Dundalk. The Rev. Michael Coghlan. , Banker, Tain, to P. , Wick. His Grace the Archbishop of Tuam. All of whom commend and recommend him in the strongest possible terms. We extract a couple of the most important:— Manchester, April 18, 1834. Madame Malibran presents her grateful respects and compliments to the African Roscius, for the high treat afforded her last night, in his intellectual personation of Othello.
Aldridge in similar terms. Upon the principle of “what everybody says must be true,” Mr. Aldridge must be a man of no ordinary talent. As a whole his performances are, according to every testimony that has been given in reference to them, extraordinarily fine, whatever may be the occasional objections that spring up in the minds of those who endeavour to find faults in them. He is, however, before a public who will judge for themselves; that they admire his efforts is very evident in the encouragement he receives, and that his various and peculiar merits may be more generally known and tested, this brief history of his life and labours has been written.
At Edinburgh, Mr. W. Murray, the spirited manager of the Theatre Royal, took great pleasure in helping to his successes, while the Scotch people have shown a marked appreciation of his merits. Such has been precisely the case with Mr. Calcraft and the Irish; facts to which Mr. Aldridge refers with lively and mingled sentiments of pride and gratitude. We have witnessed the performances of Mr. Aldridge, and if testimony to his superior abilities and accomplishments as a tragic and comic actor were wanting, we would readily add our own humble opinion of them.
Dramas históricos (Teatro completo de William Shakespeare, III) by William Shakespeare