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Henry VI : critical essays

Author: Thomas Pendleton
Publisher: New York : Garland, 2000.
Series: Shakespearian criticism, Bd?.
Edition/Format:   Book
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This collection provides a selection of current criticism on Shakespeares' Henry VI. Topics addressed include feminist commentaries, the principals of unity, the tradition of illumination, textual  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Pendleton
ISBN: 0815333013 9780815333012
OCLC Number: 247083373
Description: 300 S.
Contents: Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Texts With Two Faces: Noticing Theatrical Revisions in Henry VI, Parts 2 and 3 2. A Touch with Green, Much Nashe, and All Shakespeare 3. Henry Vi in Japan 4. The Progress of Revenge in the First Henriad 5. Shakespeare's Queen Margaret: Unruly or Unruled 6. The Paper Trail to the Throne 7. Folk Magic in Henry VI, Parts 1 and 2: Two Scenes of Embedding 8. Shakespeare's Medieval Devils and Joan la Pucelle in 1 Henry VI: Semiotics, Iconography, and Feminist Criticism 9. Climbing for Place in Shakespeare's 2 Henry VI 10. Henry VI, Part 2: Commodifying and Recommodifying the Past in Late-Medieval and Early Modern England 11. Theme and Design in Recent Productions of Henry VI 12. Talking with York: A Conversation with Steven Skybell 13. Henry VI: A Television History in Four Parts 15. Henry VI and the Art of Illustration Bibliography Index
Series Title: Shakespearian criticism, Bd?.
Responsibility: Thomas Pendleton.
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