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A companion to Shakespeare's works / 1 The tragedies.

A companion to Shakespeare's works / 1 The tragedies.

Author: Richard Dutton
Publisher: Malden, MA : Blackwell, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. publView all editions and formats

* Contains original essays on every Shakespearean tragedy from Titus Andronicus to Coriolanus. * Includes thirteen additional essays on such topics as Shakespearea s Roman tragedies, Shakespearea s  Read more...


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Named Person: William Shakespeare
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Dutton
ISBN: 063122632X 9780631226321
OCLC Number: 163161285
Description: x, 491 Seiten.
Contents: Notes on Contributors. Introduction. 1."A Rarity Most Beloved": Shakespearea s and the Idea of Tragedy: David Kastan. 2. The Tragedies Of Shakespearea s Contemporaries: Martin Coyle. 3. Shakespearean Tragedy And The History Of Emotion: Kathryn Rowe. 4. The Tragic Hero As Divided Subject: Catherine Belsey. 5. Disjointed Times And Half--Remembered Truths In Shakespearean Tragedy: Philippa Berry. 6. Shakespearea s Tragedies Of Love: Othello, Romeo, And Antony: Sasha Roberts. 7.Histories Of Heroism: Changing Conceptions Of Hamlet As Stage Hero: Bernice Kliman. 8. Multiple Text Tragedies And Why They Matter: Graham Holderness. 9. Shakespearean Tragedy And Religious Identity: Richard Mccoy. 10. Shakespearea s Roman Tragedies: Gordon Braden. 11. The Geographies Of Shakespearean Tragedy: Jerry Brotton. 12. Classic Film Versions Of Shakespearea s Tragedies: Polanskia s Macbeth. Oliviera s Hamlet And Othello, Zefferellia s Romeo And Juliet: Kenneth Rothwell. 13. Contemporary Film Versions Of Shakespearea s Tragedies: Luhrmanna s Romeo And Juliet, Taymorea s Titus, Branagha s Hamlet: Mark Burnett. 14. Titus: Ian Smith. 15. Romeo: Naomi Liebler. 16. Hamlet: Michael Neill. 17. Julius Caesar: Rebecca Bushnell. 18. Othello: Kim F Hall. 19. Lear: Kiernan Ryan. 20. Macbeth: Kate Mcluskie. 21. Antony And Cleopatra: Jyotsna Singh. 22. Timon: Hugh Grady. 23. Coriolanus: Cynthia Marshall. Index.
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