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William Shakespeare's Timon of Athens.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 (Author). Brill, Clive. (Added Author). LeGendre, Dominique. (Added Author). Howard, Alan, 1937-2015 (Added Author). Rodway, Norman, 1929-2001 (Added Author). Lewis, Damian, 1971- (Added Author). Jesson, Paul. (Added Author). Rose, Clifford, 1929- (Added Author). Hollis, John. (Added Author). Rowe, Nicholas, 1966- (Added Author). Harbour, Michael. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Works. 2002. (Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 9780792751861 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
  • ISBN: 0792751868 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 audio file (2hr., 18 min.)) : digital
  • Edition: Unabridged.
  • Publisher: [United States] : Complete Arkangel Shakespeare : 2014.

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Restrictions on Access Note: Digital content provided by hoopla.
Participant or Performer Note: Alan Howard (Timon), Norman Rodway (Apemantus), Damian Lewis (Alcibiades), John McAndrew (Flavius), Paul Jesson (Painter), David Ross (Poet/Lucius), Michael N. Harbour (Lucullus/Jeweller), Jonathan Tafler (Merchant), Clifford Rose (1st senator), John Hollis (2nd senator/Old man), Rupert Wickham (3rd senator/Ventidius), Chook Sibtain (1st servant/Flaminius), Alex Lowe (2nd servant), Alex Boyd-Williams (3rd servant), Alex McSweeney (Caphis), Nicholas Rowe (Lucilius/Philotus), Alan Westaway (Hortensius), John Rogan (1st lord).
Summary, etc.: This controversial play follows the declining fortunes of a man of extravagant contradictions. The fabulously rich Timon believes all his friends to be as open-hearted and generous as himself. When his wealth suddenly evaporates, however, he discovers the truth and his altruism turns to a bitter hatred of mankind. Stirred up by the cynical Apemantus, Timon retreats to the woods where he plots the destruction of Athens, the city that had formerly seemed to embody everything pleasurable and civilized. The cosmic scope of his hatred is communicated in a series of powerful and disturbing dramatic tableaux.
System Details Note: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Timon of Athens (Legendary character) > Drama
Athens (Greece) > Drama.

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