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Approaches to teaching Shakespeare's Hamlet

Author: Bernice W Kliman
Publisher: New York : Modern Language Association of America, 2002.
Series: Approaches to teaching world literature.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd print. 2002, with correctionsView all editions and formats

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Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernice W Kliman
ISBN: 9780873527682 0873527682
OCLC Number: 50210173
Description: xiv, 287 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part 1. Materials / Bernice W. Kliman --
Editions --
Single-Play Editions for Students --
Single-Play Editions for Instructors and Advanced Students --
Complete Works --
Anthologies --
Student's and Instructor's Library --
Criticism --
Aids to Teaching --
Annotated and Chronological Screenography: Major Hamlet Adaptations and Selected Derivatives / Kenneth S. Rothwell --
Part 2. Approaches --
Introducing Verse and Meter --
Hearing the Poetry / George T. Wright --
Dancing the Meter / Ellen J. O'Brien --
Multiple-Text Hamlet --
"The Play's the Thing": Constructing the Text of Hamlet / T.H. Howard-Hill --
Editing Exercise for Students / Randall Anderson --
Teaching with a Variorum Edition / Frank Nicholas Clary --
Teaching Hamlet through Translation / Jesus Tronch-Perez --
Performance Approaches --
Exploring Hamlet: Opening Play Texts, Closing Performances / Edward L. Rocklin --
To Challenge Ghostly Fathers: Teaching Hamlet and Its Interpretations through Film and Video / Stephen M. Buhler --
Critical Practice through Performance: The Nunnery and Play Scenes / Mary Judith Dunbar --
Teaching the Script: The "Mousetrap" in the Classroom / Michael W. Shurgot --
Narrative, Character, and Theme --
Hamlet's Narratives / Arthur F. Kinney --
From Story to Action: A Graduated Exercise to Teach Hamlet / Nina daVinci Nichols --
World of Questions: An Approach Indebted to Maynard Mack / Robert H. Ray --
"That Monster Custom": Highlighting the Theme of Obedience in Hamlet / Joan Hutton Landis --
Teaching Hamlet as a Play about Family / Bruce W. Young --
Ten Questions Basic to Interpreting Hamlet, with Special Focus on the Ghost / Roy Battenhouse --
Comparative Approaches --
"Encrusted" Hamlet: Resetting the "Mousetrap" / Graham Bradshaw --
Teaching Hamlet in a Global Literature Survey: Linking Elizabethan England and Ming China / Paula S. Berggren --
Hamlet in a Western Civilization Course: Connections to Montaigne's Essays and Cervantes's Don Quixote / Ann W. Engar --
Pyrrhus Speech: Querying the Uses of the Troy Story / Lisa Hopkins --
From Elsinore to Mangalore and Back: Hamlet between Worlds / Ralph Nazareth --
Modern and Postmodern Strategies --
Gertrude Barometer: Teaching Shakespeare with Freud, Eliot, and Lacan / Julia Reinhard Lupton --
"She Chanted Snatches of Old Tunes": Ophelia's Songs in a Polyphonic Hamlet / Nona Paula Fienberg --
Decentering Hamlet: Questions and Perspectives Concerning Evidence and Proof / Terry Reilly --
More than Child's Play: Approaching Hamlet through Comic Books / Marion D. Perret --
Hamlet and Sylvia, Shakespeare and Bambara: Reading Hamlet as Context / Mary S. Comfort --
Focus on Scenes --
Act 1, Scene 3: An Introduction to Hamlet / Michael J. Collins --
Act 2, Scene 1, 75-120: Psychoanalytic Approaches / H.R. Coursen --
Closet-Scene Access / Maurice Charney --
Language, Structure, and Ideology: Act 4, Scene 5 / John Drakakis --
Fencing Scene / Laurie E. Maguire --
Shaping Our Ends: A Workshop on the Last Scene / Arthur Kincaid --
Hamlet Online --
Prince of Punk in the Festive Classroom / James R. Andreas Sr. --
Interdisciplinary Approach to Hamlet in a Distance-Learning Classroom / Anthony DiMatteo --
E-Mail to Facilitate Discussion / Eric Sterling --
Short Takes --
Hamlet Refracted through Three Definitions of Tragedy / David G. Hale --
Francis Bacon's "Of Revenge" / Margaret Maurer --
Introducing Students to Effective Refutation / Joanne E. Gates --
Believing and Doubting Ideas about Hamlet / Meta Plotnik --
Students as Characters, Speaking in Character / Christine Mack Gordon --
Two Ways to Use Film for Student Writing / Rob Kirkpatrick --
Hamlet Is Not Mad / D. Buchanan --
Defamiliarzing Hamlet: Hamlet with and without His Soliloquies / Barbara Hodgdon --
Helping Chinese Students Study Hamlet / Luo Zhiye --
Oral Reports on Criticism / Edna Zwick Boris --
Teaching Text and Performance through Soundscripting / Michael W. Young --
More Matter (but Not Necessarily Less Art): Using My Coloring Book to Introduce Seventh Graders to Hamlet / Denise M. Mullins --
Priming Questions for the "Mousetrap" / Bente Videbaek --
Puns and Wordplay in Hamlet / Paul J. Voss --
Leaping into the Text: Teaching Stage Directions in Act 5, Scene 1 / Hardin L. Aasand --
Groups Debating Issues / David George --
Existential Questions / Alan R. Young --
Writing to Make Personal Connections / Mike Sirofchuck --
Words, Words, Words: Comparing, Cutting, Explaining / Nathaniel Strout --
Hamlet and Subjectivity / Dympna Callaghan --
Cheating Death: The Immortal and Ever-Expanding Universe of Hamlet / Maria M. Scott --
Editions --
Single-Play Editions --
Complete Works --
Anthologies --
References and Guides --
Criticism --
Aids to Teaching --
Works on Teaching --
Shakespeare on Screen --
Special Editions, Comic Books, School Guides, Audio Performances --
Series Title: Approaches to teaching world literature.
Responsibility: edited by Bernice W. Kliman.


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