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Ideological approaches to Shakespeare

Author: Robert P Merrix; Nicholas Ranson
Publisher: Lewiston, N.Y. : Mellen, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

A comprehensive volume of essays covering the varying ideological approaches to Shakespeare's works.


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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert P Merrix; Nicholas Ranson
ISBN: 0889460795 9780889460799
OCLC Number: 1000555509
Notes: Papers emanating from the 1989 Ohio Shakespeare Conference.
Description: xviii, 289 pages
Contents: Part 1 - Theory and ideology: Shakespeare studies and the "current crisis in the Humanities" (The 1989 Annual Folger Shakespeare lecture), Jonathan Dollimore; The father and the bride in Shakespeare (revised), Lynda E. Bosse; the cultural materialist attack on artistic unity and the problem of ideological criticism, Richard Levin; Imagination and ideology in Shakespeare - the case of "Macbeth", Arthur Kinney. Part 2 - Theory as academic practice: Recovering suppresed oral woman's narratives - old wive's tales in "The Winter's Tale", Mary Ellen Lamb; Ideological contradiction and the creation of self in Shakespearean tragedy, Paul Yachnin; the construction of "renaissance-icity" in the modern institution, Craig Dionne; Shakespearean textual ideology, William Procter Williams; challenging the fable - the power of ideology in "Othello", Dagney Boebell; Feminist criticisms and "Macbeth" - a fundemental question, "All's well" in love and war, Mary Kay Stanton, Cressida and the renaissance "marketplace" - the role of binarism and amphibology in Shakespeare's articulation of the Troy legend, Karen Bjelland; Sovereignity and intellegence in "King Lear",John Archer. Part 3 - Censorship and teaching practice: Shaping the text - the politics of censorship, Robert P. Merrix; issues in censorship, Herbert Coursen; censorship and the teaching of Shakespeare, Sharon Beehler; the neutering of "Romeo and Juliet", James Andreas; persona and pedagogy - engaging students in Shakespeare; Rebecca E. Burnett; Shakespeare for life - teaching Shakespeare in general education courses to the non-traditional student, Maragert H. Hartshorn; defining Shakespearean Sonnets thorugh acting vocabulary, Ann Klautsch.
Responsibility: edited by Robert P. Merrix and Nicholas Ranson.


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