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Alice Dubská: the travels of the puppeteers Brát and Pratte through Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (2012)
Journal Article
Drabek, P. (2012). Alice Dubská: the travels of the puppeteers Brát and Pratte through Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Theatralia, 15(2), 206 - 207

A critical review of Alice Dubská's monograph on the marionettist family Brát/Pratte (2012), who were active in Central and Northern Europe from the late 18th to the mid-19th centuries.

The Routledge companion to actors' Shakespeare (2012)
Journal Article
Drábek, P., & Drabek, P. (2012). The Routledge companion to actors' Shakespeare. Theatralia, 15(2), 196 - 199

A critical review of The Routledge Companion to Actors' Shakespeare (2012, ed. John Russell Brown) reflecting the methodology of writing about acting.

John Russell Brown: studying Shakespeare in performance (2012)
Journal Article
Drábek, P., & Drabek, P. (2012). John Russell Brown: studying Shakespeare in performance. Theatralia, 15(2), 194 - 196

A critical review of John Russell Brown's Studying Shakespeare in Performance (2011) with contextual links to Brown's other critical works.

A Štestena, ta povstalecká devka, se na nej zubila: shakespearovské preklady Milana Lukeše" (And fortune on his damned quarry smiling, shew'd like a rebells whore": Milan Lukeš's Translations of Shakespeare) (2012)
Journal Article
Drabek, P. (2012). A Štestena, ta povstalecká devka, se na nej zubila: shakespearovské preklady Milana Lukeše" (And fortune on his damned quarry smiling, shew'd like a rebells whore": Milan Lukeš's Translations of Shakespeare). Theatralia, 15(1), 48 - 64

A critical analysis of Milan Lukeš's (1933-2007) translations of Shakespeare with a special view of his Macbeth and King Lear. The article develops the concepts of "translator's style", "translation opportunities", "reversions", "cacophony" an... Read More about A Štestena, ta povstalecká devka, se na nej zubila: shakespearovské preklady Milana Lukeše" (And fortune on his damned quarry smiling, shew'd like a rebells whore": Milan Lukeš's Translations of Shakespeare).


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