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I'm studying... Acting at The Arts University at Bournemouth

I'm interested in... Hi I really need these books for my course but they are SO expensive! Wondered if anyone who has previously done this course has any of these books they no longer need? Thank you!

Benedetti, J. (2005) The Art of the Actor: The essential history of acting, from
classical times to the present day. London: Methuen.
• Lennard, J. and Luckhurst, M. (2002) The Drama Handbook: A Guide to Reading
Plays. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
• Zarilli, P. et al. (2006) Theatre Histories: An Introduction. London: Routledge
• Rodenburg, P. (1997) The Actor Speaks. London: Methuen.
• Merlin, B. (2007). The Complete Stanislavski Toolkit. London: Nick Hern Books )
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I'm studying... Acting at The Arts University at Bournemouth

I'm interested in... Hi I really need these books for my course but they are SO expensive! Wondered if anyone who has previously done this course has any of these books they no longer need? Thank you!

Benedetti, J. (2005) The Art of the Actor: The essential history of acting, from
classical times to the present day. London: Methuen.
• Lennard, J. and Luckhurst, M. (2002) The Drama Handbook: A Guide to Reading
Plays. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
• Zarilli, P. et al. (2006) Theatre Histories: An Introduction. London: Routledge
• Rodenburg, P. (1997) The Actor Speaks. London: Methuen.
• Merlin, B. (2007). The Complete Stanislavski Toolkit. London: Nick Hern Books )
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