Reclamations of Shakespeare (Book, 1994) []
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Reclamations of Shakespeare.
Amsterdam ; Atlanta, GA : Rodopi, 1994
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A J Hoenselaars
ISBN: 9051836066 9789051836066 9051836392 9789051836394
OCLC Number: 31599369
Description: 317 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Shakespeare and the visual signifier / Andrew Gurr --
Elizabethan drama and Anglo-Dutch relations / Willem Schrickx --
Enchanting metadrama: Shakespeare and the use of the boy actor in As you like it / Henk Gras --
Shakespeare and the myth of Hercules / M.T. Jones-Davies --
The rape of Lucrece and the story of W / Mieke Bal --
News from the Roman empire: hearsay, soothsay, myth and history in Antony and Cleopatra / C.C. Barfoot --
Gender and genre in Shakespeare's tragicomedies / Helen Wilcox --
Portraits of Mr W.S.: the myth of sweet Master Shakespeare in Asimov, Wilde, and Burgess / Paul J.C.M. Franssen --
Revolting against the legend: anti-Shakespearean elements in Jules Laforgue's Hamlet / Aart Balk --
The Poet Laureate's national poet / Anthony Paul --
Myth, memory and music in Richard II, Hamlet and Othello / Pierre Iselin --
Music as meaning in The tempest / Julia Muller --
Hierarchy, harmony and happiness: another look at the hunting dogs in the 'induction' to The taming of the shrew / P.J. Gabriner --
'My poor fool is hanged': Cordelia, the fool, silence and irresolution in King Lear / Mark Berge --
Mapping Shakespeare's Europe / A.J. Hoenselaars --
'Shrieking from below the gratings': Sir Herbert Beerbohm-Tree's Macbeth and his critics / Roberta E. Pearson and William Uricchio --
Every word in Shakespeare / J.J. Peereboom --
Sixth form and pressure: why teach Shakespeare at A-level? / Michael Green.
Series Title: DQR studies in literature, 15.
Responsibility: edited by A.J. Hoenselaars.


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