Ophelia : Shakespeare and gender in contemporary Spain (Book, 2020) [WorldCat.org]
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Ophelia : Shakespeare and gender in contemporary Spain

Author: Sharon Keefe Ugalde
Publisher: Cardiff University of Wales Press 2020
Series: Iberian and Latin American studies
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Ugalde's fascinating and well-documented study demonstrates how Spanish authors, dramatists and visual artists bring Shakespeare's desperate and suicidal heroine to life in new guises.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sharon Keefe Ugalde
ISBN: 9781786835987 1786835983
OCLC Number: 1193285470
Description: xiv, 251 Seiten, [16] Seiten Tafeln : Illustrationen ; 22 cm
Contents: Epigraph[Series Forward]AcknowledgementsList of FiguresIntroductionChapter 1: Breaking Silence: Ophelia in the Lyric Tradition of Spain and the Pioneer Innovations of Blanca de los RiosChapter 2: Talking Back: Ophelia in Turn-of-the-Millennium PoetryChapter 3: The Myth of Ophelia in the Narratives of Clara Janes and Menchu GutierrezChapter 4: Ophelia Takes Center Stage Chapter 5: From Madwoman to Cyborg: Artist Marina Nunez's OpheliasChapter 6: Ophelia in Front of the CameraEpilogue: Ophelia: Refigurations in the Arts, Reiterations in the Fashion Industry Bibliography
Series Title: Iberian and Latin American studies
Responsibility: Sharon Keefe Ugalde.

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