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Spectral Shakespeares : media adaptations in the twenty-first century

Author: Maurizio Calbi
Publisher: New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Series: Reproducing Shakespeare.
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Spectral Shakespeares is an illuminating exploration of recent, experimental adaptations of Shakespeare on film, TV, and the web. Drawing on adaptation studies and media theory as well as Jacques Derrida's work, the book argues that these adaptations foreground a cluster of self-reflexive "themes"--Incorporation to reiteration, from migration to addiction, from silence to survival - that contribute to the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Adaptations
Named Person: William Shakespeare; Mass media and literature.; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maurizio Calbi
ISBN: 9780230338753 0230338755
OCLC Number: 852957134
Description: xii, 236 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Shakespeare, spectro-textuality, spectro-mediality --
The state of the kitchen: incorporation and "animanomaly" in Scotland, PA and the BBC Shakespeare retold Macbeth --
Shakespearean retreats: spectrality, survival, and auto-immunity in Kristian Levring's The king is alive --
Reiterating Othello: spectral media and the rhetoric of silence in Alexander Abela's Souli --
"This is my home, too": migration, spectrality, and hospitality in Roberta Torre's Sud side stori --
"Shakespeare in the extreme": ghosts and remediation in Alexander Fodor's Hamlet --
"Restless ecstasy": addiction, reiteration, and mediality in Klaus Knoesel's Rave Macbeth --
"He speaks or rather he tweets": the specter of the "original," media, and "media-crossed" love in Such tweet sorrow.
Series Title: Reproducing Shakespeare.
Responsibility: Maurizio Calbi.

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