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"The tempest" and its travels

Author: Peter Hulme; William H Sherman
Publisher: London : Reaktion, 2000.
Series: Critical views.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
The Tempest and its Travels offers a new map of the play by means of an innovative collection of historical, critical, and creative texts and images.
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Genre/Form: Tragicomedies
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Tragicomédies
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Hulme; William H Sherman
ISBN: 1861890664 9781861890665 9781861896896 1861896891
OCLC Number: 59400210
Description: xiv, 319 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface / Peter Hulme and William H. Sherman --
Prologue: 'After Prospero' / Robin Kirkpatrick --
'Baseless fabric': London as a 'world city' / Crystal Bartolovich --
'Knowing I loved my books': reading The tempest intertextually / Barbara A. Mowat --
The ship adrift / Elizabeth Fowler --
Wild waters: hydraulics and the forces of nature / Christy Anderson --
Trinculo's Indian: American natives in Shakespeare's England / Alden T. Vaughan --
The enchanted island: vicarious tourism in Restoration adaptations of The tempest / Joseph Roach --
The Italy of The tempest / Robin Kirkpatrick --
'The foul witch' and her 'freckled whelp': Circean mutations in the New World / Marina Warner --
Re-engineering Virgil: The tempest and the printed English Aeneid / Donna B. Hamilton --
The Mediterranean and Shakespeare's geopolitical imagination / Andrew C. Hess --
Carthage and Tunis, The tempest and tapestries / Jerry Brotton --
Island logic / Roland Greene --
Césaire's Une tempête at the Gate / Philip Crispin --
Otra tempestad at the Globe / Raquel Carrió --
Tempest(s) at Terra Nova Theatre Institute / Ric Allsopp --
The figure of the New World in The tempest / John Gillies --
'This island's mine': Caliban and native sovereignty / Patricia Seed --
Arielismo and anthropophagy: The tempest in Latin America / Gordon Brotherston --
Reading from elsewhere: George Lamming and the paradox of exile / Peter Hulme --
Maintaining the state of emergence/y: Aimé Césaire's Une tempête / Lucy Rix --
H.D.'s 'The tempest' / Martha Nell Smith --
Hogarth and the canecutter / David Dabydeen --
Envoy: 'the word--in the beginning' / Merle Collins.
Series Title: Critical views.
Responsibility: edited by Peter Hulme and William H. Sherman.

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