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Gothic Renaissance : a reassessment.

Author: Elisabeth Bronfen; Beate Neumeier
Publisher: Oxford : Manchester University Press, 2016.
Series: Manchester Gothic (Manchester, England).
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Collection of essays by experts in Renaissance and Gothic studies tracks the lines of connection between Gothic sensibilities and the discursive network of the Renaissance.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Bronfen, Elisabeth.
Gothic Renaissance : A reassessment.
Oxford : Manchester University Press, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Elisabeth Bronfen; Beate Neumeier
ISBN: 9781526111159 1526111152 9781526111142 1526111144
OCLC Number: 960165719
Language Note: In English.
Description: 1 online resource (285 pages)
Contents: Gothic Renaissance: A reassessment; Halt Title Page ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Contents; Acknowledgements; Notes on contributors; Introduction: Elisabeth Bronfen and Beate Neumeier; Part I: Shakespearean hauntings; 1. Yorick's skull: John Drakakis; 2. Beyond reason: Hamlet and earlymodern stage ghosts: Catherine Belsey; 3. 'What do I fear? Myself?':nightmares, conscience andthe 'Gothic' self in Richard III: Per Sivefors; 4. Queen Margaret's haunting revenge:the Gothic legacy of Shakespeare'sWars of the Roses: Elisabeth Bronfen; Part II: Gothic Renaissance theatre. 5. Vision and desire:fantastic Renaissance spectacles: Beate Neumeier6. From grotesque to Gothic:Ben Jonson's Masque of Queenes: Lynn S. Meskill; Part III: Gothic textuality inthe early modern period; 7. Exhumations:scopophobia in Renaissance texts: Duncan Salkeld; 8. Bright hair and brittle bones -Gothic affinities in metaphysical poetry: Ulrike Zimmermann; 9. Vampirism in the Bower of Bliss: Garrett Sullivan; 10. Ghostly authorities andthe British popular press: Andrea Brady; Part IV: Persistence of the Gothic. 11. Monstrous to our human reason:minding the gap in The Winter's Tale: Richard Wilson12. Shakespeare, Ossian and the problemof 'Scottish Gothic': Dale Townshend; 13. The rage of Caliban: Dorian Grayand the Gothic body: Andreas Höfele; Index.
Series Title: Manchester Gothic (Manchester, England).

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