A Trilogy of Reflections - BUNDLE DEAL
Limited time offer: all three books for just £20!
THREE-BOOK BUNDLE DEAL
Get all three books in Peter Brook's Trilogy of Reflections for just £20 (plus postage & packing)
This limited-time offer, available through this website only, is for the paperback editions of The Quality of Mercy: Reflections on Shakespeare, Tip of the Tongue: Reflections on Language and Meaning and Playing by Ear: Reflections on Sound and Music.
Each book offers unique personal insights from one of the world's leading directors. This exclusive bundle deal, available for a limited time only, celebrates the publication of the third book in the trilogy, Playing by Ear, on 24 October 2019.
Praise for The Quality of Mercy:
'Contains within its scintillating reflections the essence of all that Peter
Brook has learned over a lifetime. Whoever imagined that a book about
Shakespeare could also be such fun?' Wall Street Journal
'Exquisite... enthralling... This short, modest and brilliant book does
more than many more grandiose tomes to renew the reader's
fascination with the plays, and the theatre-goer's wonder at the
extraordinary and diverse sensations locked up inside the First Folio. It
should be required reading at all universities and drama clubs' Guardian
'This volume positively seethes and sparkles with ideas... provides not
only acute insights into the texts, but intriguing details of performance
history, and a few morsels of grand theatrical gossip' Scotsman
Praise for Tip of the Tongue:
'Peter Brook's exploration of words, theatre and everything attached is loving and heartfelt, taking his readers on a journey through his experiences and giving meaning to what he's seen and done' Broadway World
'Filled with wisdom… devotees will be enchanted by the great director’s latest ruminations on language and the theatre' British Theatre Guide
'A gem… like sitting down with Brook after a meal… this simple and accessible book contains insights and lessons from someone who has lived and breathed theatre for over seventy years' Drama Magazine
24 Oct 2019
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