The majority of Shakespeare's plays have at least one clown figure making an appearance. These characters range from rogues who say only a line or two, to important figures like Touchstone and Falstaff. Videbaek examines even the smallest clown roles, showing how the clown's freedom of speech allows him to become a mediator between the audience and the action of the play, helping audience interpretation. This illuminating celebration of the stage clown's contribution to the understanding and enjoyment of Shakespeare's plays will be a valuable resource for both students and scholars alike.
Archer wants a clown for his birthday, but his Mom says, "NO WAY!" Because she thinks clowns are scary. Can Archer convince her that clowns are just ordinary people beneath their rainbow wigs, funny makeup, and baggy clothes? This version of A Birthday Clown for Archer is a fun Coloring Book, but it's not your ordinary coloring book. Unlike most coloring books with a series of random pages to color, A Birthday Clown for Arhcer coloring book is the full story translated into a useful tool for parents to use when discussing the fear of clowns with children. Coulrophobia or "Clown-phobia" is common. It is the Author's hope this book will spark healthy conversations with adults and children regarding the fears and joys of clowns. Children will enjoy coloring the beautiful pictures as they learn why clowns are just ordnary people.
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