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Who hears in Shakespeare? : auditory worlds on stage and screen

Author: Laury Magnus; Walter W Cannon
Publisher: Madison, NJ : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, ©2012.
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Genre/Form: Film adaptations
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laury Magnus; Walter W Cannon
ISBN: 9781611474749 1611474744 9781611474756 1611474752
OCLC Number: 794711532
Description: xxxiv, 249 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Why was the Globe round? / Andrew Gurr --
Guarded, unguarded, and unguardable speech in late Renaissance drama / James Hirsh --
Hearing complexity : speech, reticence, and the construction of character / Walter W. Cannon --
If this be worth your hearing : theorizing gossip on Shakespeare's stage / Jennifer Holl --
Mimetic hearing and meta-hearing in Hamlet / Laury Magnus --
Hearing and overhearing in The tempest / David Bevington --
Asides and multiple audiences in The merchant of Venice / Anthony Burton --
Negotiating audiences: speech and reception in All's well that ends well and Henry V / Kathleen Kalpin Smith --
Hearing power in Measure for measure / Bernice W. Kliman --
Hark, a word in your ear : whispers, asides, and interpretation in Troilus and Cressida / Nova Myhill --
Mutes or audience to this act : eavesdroppers in Branagh's Shakespeare films / Philippa Sheppard --
Overhearing Malvolio for pleasure or pity : the letter scene and the dark house scene in Twelfth night on stage and screen / Gayle Gaskill --
But mark his gesture : hearing and seeing in Othello's eavesdropping scene / Erin Minear --
Who doesn't listen in Shakespeare? / Stephen Booth.
Responsibility: editors, Laury Magnus, Walter W. Cannon.
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Who Hears in Shakespeare presents a varied and engaging collection on the generalized area of hearing, mishearing, and overhearing in Shakespeare as performed by both the on-stage and the theatrical Read more...

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