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Shakespeare survey. 57, Macbeth and its afterlife

Author: Peter Holland
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, . 2004.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Published with academic researchers and graduate students in mind, this volume of the 'Shakespeare Survey' presents a number of contributions on the theme of the play 'Macbeth'.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Holland
ISBN: 0521841208 9780521841207
OCLC Number: 806148149
Description: 1 online resource (x, 356 pages)
Contents: Humane statute and the gentle weal: historical reading and historical allegory / Kathleen McLuskie --
Macbeth's knowledge / Arthur F. Kinney --
'The grace of grace' and double-talk in Macbeth / Richard C. McCoy --
Remind me: how many children had Lady Macbeth? / Carol Chillington Rutter --
Taking Macbeth out of himself: Davenant, Garrick, Schiller and Verdi / Simon Williams --
'Two truths are told': afterlives and histories of Macbeths / William C. Carroll --
Doing all that becomes a man: the reception and afterlife of the Macbeth actor, 1744-1889 / Paul Prescott --
Macbeth and Kierkegaard / Simon Palfrey --
Monsieur Macbeth: from Jarry to Ionesco / Morse Ruth --
The politics of sleepwalking: American Lady Macbeths / Katherine Rowe --
Macbird! and Macbeth: topicality and imitation in Barbara Garson's satirical pastiche / Tom Blackburn --
Mick Jagger Macbeth / Deanne Williams --
'The Zulu Macbeth': the value of an 'African Shakespeare' / Natasha Distiller --
'A drum, a drum --
Macbeth doth come': when Birnam Wood moved to China / Ruru Li --
The banquet of Scotland (PA) / Lauren Shohet --
Scoff power in Love's Labour's Lost and the inns of court: language in context / Lynne Magnusson --
Mercury, Boy Yet and the 'harsh' words of Love's Labour's Lost / Frederick W. Clayton --
Shakespeare, Sir Thomas More and asylum seekers / E.A.J. Honigmann --
Hal as self-styled redeemer: the harrowing of Hell and Henry IV Part 1 / Beatrice Groves --
Mr Hamlet of Broadway / Frances Teague --
Shakespeare performances in England, 2003 / Michael Dobson --
Professional Shakespeare productions in the British Isles January-December 2002 / James Shaw --
Critical studies / Ruth Morse --
Shakespeare in performance / Emma Smith --
Editions and textual studies / Eric Rasmussen.
Other Titles: Macbeth and its afterlife
Responsibility: edited by Peter Holland.

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Shakespeare Survey is a yearbook of Shakespeare studies and production. Since 1948 Survey has published the best international scholarship in English and many of its essays have become classics of  Read more...

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