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Shakespeare and the interpretive tradition

Author: Stephen Orgel; Sean Keilen
Publisher: New York : Garland, 1999.
Series: Shakespeare, the critical complex, 6.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This set collects articles from over 40 different journals, arranged topically as readers for both students and scholars. Both current literary trends and scholarly traditions are respected in this  Read more...


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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: Stephen Orgel; Sean Keilen
ISBN: 0815329660 9780815329664
OCLC Number: 42641689
Description: viii, 394 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Shakespeare and the limits of language / Anne Barton --
Avoidance of love: a reading of King Lear / Stanley Cavell --
Early scenes of Macbeth: preface to a new interpretation / Harry Berger --
Hamlet's ear / Philippa Berry --
"What is it you would see?": Hamlet and the conscience of the theatre / Brent M. Cohen --
Hamlet's special providence / Alan Sinfield --
"Preposterous conclusions": eros, enargeia, and the composition of Othello / Joel B. Altman --
Merchant of Venice and the possibilities of historical criticism / Walter Cohen. Name and fame: Shakespeare's Coriolanus / D.J. Gordon --
Prospero's art / Karol Berger --
Secrecy and gossip in Twelfth Night / John Kerrigan --
"You speak a language that I understand not": the rhetoric of animation in The Winter's Tale / Lynn Enterline --
Out of the matrix: Shakespeare and race-writing / Jonathan Crewe --
Readng the early modern text / Marion Trousdale --
Politics of romantic Shakespearean criticism: Germany, England, France / Jonathan Bate --
Elocution and Shakespeare: an episode in the history of literary taste / Paul C. Edwards.
Series Title: Shakespeare, the critical complex, 6.
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Stephen Orgel and Sean Keilen.
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