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Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’: An American Sign Language Translation

Synopsis
Doctoral dissertation by Peter Joseph Novak completed at and held by Yale University. The work comprises a 90 page text, 4 CD’s of the American sign language translation, one video cassette of the sign language translation and I CD of the text with colour illustrations and hyperlinks to QuickTime movie clips.
Language
Sign Language
Country
United States
Medium
Multimedia
Year of release
2001

Credits

Writer
Peter Novak

Additional Details

Production type
Other
Plays
Twelfth Night
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616); sign languages; American sign language
Related items
William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

Notes

Notes
NOTE: Material is made available to students and faculty of the University only. Researchers outside the University should contact the librarian to make enquiries about the possibility of a viewing on site.
Reviews
Novak, Peter, ‘Where Lies Your Text?': Twelfth Night in American Sign Language Translation’ in Shakespeare Survey 61: Shakespeare, Sound and Screen (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008). p. 74-90.

Archive

Name

Yale University Library

Email
drama.library@yale.edu
Web
http://www.library.yale.edu/drama/ External site opens in new window
Phone
203 432 1554
Address
Drama Library
222 York Street, Box 208244
New Haven
Connecticut CT 06520-8244

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