|提及的人：||William Shakespeare; Harold Bloom; William Shakespeare; Harold Bloom; Harold Bloom; William Shakespeare|
Christy Desmet; Robert Sawyer
|ISBN:||0312239556 9780312239558 140396906X 9781403969064|
|描述：||xiv, 292 p. ; 22 cm.|
|内容：||pt. 1 Bardolatry/Bardography --
Bloom's Shakespeare / Jay L. Halio --
Bloom with a view / Terence Hawkes --
The case for bardolatry: Harold Bloom rescues Shakespeare from the critics / William W. Kerrigan --
Power, pathos, character / Gary Taylor --
Inventing us / Hugh Kenner --
pt. 2 Reading and writing Shakespearean character --
Bloom, bardolatry, and characterolatry / Richard Levin --
On the value of being a cartoon, in literature and in life / Sharon O'Dair --
Shakespeare: the orientation of the human / Mustapha Fahmi --
"The play's the thing": Shakespeare's critique of character (and Harold Bloom) / William R. Morse --
On Harold Bloom's nontheatrical praise for Shakespeare's lovers: Much ado about nothing and Antony and Cleopatra / Herbert Weil --
pt. 3 Anxieties of influence --
Romanticism lost: Bloom and the twilight of literary Shakespeare / Edward Pechter --
Look for Mr. Goodbard: Swinburne, resentment criticism, and the invention of Harold Bloom / Robert Sawyer / Shakespeare and the invention of humanism: Bloom on race and ethnicity / James R. Andreas, Sr.--
Shakespeare in transit: Bloom, Shakespeare, and contemporary women's writing / Caroline Cakebread --
pt. 4 Shakespeare as cultural capital --
Harold Bloom as Shakespearean pedagogue / Christy Desmet --
King Lear in their time: on Bloom and Cavell on Shakespeare / Lawrence F. Rhu --
"I am sure this Shakespeare will not do": anti-Semitism and the limits of bardolatry / David M. Schiller --
The 2% solution: what Harold Bloom forgot / Linda Charnes.
|責任：||edited by Christy Desmet and Robert Sawyer.|
"Harold Bloom is one of the most influential and controversial of contemporary Shakespeare critics. These essays examine the sources and impact of Bloom's Shakespearean criticism from a variety of theoretical and political positions. Through focused and sustained study of Bloom as literary icon and of his Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human, they address a wide range of issues, from the cultural role of Shakespeare to the ethics of literary theory and criticism. Harold Bloom's Shakespeare brings together well-known Shakespearean critics and younger voices from within the profession. Collectively, the authors of these essays provide a fresh look at literary history and suggest new directions being taken by leading literary theorists. Through the lens of contemporary opinions about the Bard, Harold Bloom's Shakespeare offers a broad understanding of the state of literary studies in our time."--BOOK JACKET.
- Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Criticism and interpretation -- History -- 20th century.
- English drama -- Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600 -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.
- Bloom, Harold.
- Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Criticism and interpretation.
- Bloom, Harold, -- 1930- -- Views on William Shakespeare.
- Shakespeare, William.