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The merchant of Venice, William Shakespeare

Author: Martin Coyle
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998.
Series: New casebooks.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This collection of essays is aimed at students working on The Merchant of Venice who are looking for new ways of thinking about Shakespeare's most controversial play and new ways of thinking about their own practice as critics. The collection offers an exciting selection of the more recent writings on the play that opens up its historical, cultural, and political significance, and serves to demonstrate some of the  Read more...
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Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William (1564-1616) Shakespeare
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Coyle
ISBN: 0312216890 9780312216894
OCLC Number: 38948448
Description: ix, 248 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Comedy and The merchant of Venice / Graham Holderness --
Re-reading The merchant of Venice / Kiernan Ryan --
The merchant of Venice and the possibilities of historical criticism / Walter Cohen --
Shakespeare and the Jews / James Shapiro --
Guess who's coming to dinner? : colonisation and miscegenation in The merchant of Venice / Kim F. Hall --
Portia's ring : unruly women and structures of exchange in The merchant of Venice / Karen Newman --
Love in Venice / Catherine Belsey --
How to read The merchant of Venice without being heterosexist / Alan Sinfield --
Historical difference and Venetian patriarchy / John Drakakis --
Transformation of authenticity : The merchant of Venice in Israel / Avraham Oz.
Series Title: New casebooks.
Responsibility: edited by Martin Coyle.
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"This collection of essays is aimed at students working on The Merchant of Venice who are looking for new ways of thinking about Shakespeare's most controversial play and new ways of thinking about their own practice as critics. The collection offers an exciting selection of the more recent writings on the play that opens up its historical, cultural, and political significance, and serves to demonstrate some of the ways in which contemporary criticism is both based upon critical theory and is also about the practice of criticism. This is a challenging and helpful collection of essays by some of the liveliest critics working on Shakespeare today."--Jacket.

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