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William Shakespeare's Twelfth night : a sourcebook

Author: Sonia Massai
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2007.
Series: Routledge guides to literature.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is one of his most captivating plays. A comedy of mistaken identities, it has given rise to controversial debates on key issues, such as gender identities, sexual desires and social aspirations." "Taking the form of a sourcebook, this guide to Twelfth Night offers: extensive introductory commentaries on the critical and stage history of the play, from the early performances to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Quelle
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sonia Massai
ISBN: 041530332X 9780415303323 0415303338 9780415303330
OCLC Number: 124063674
Description: xiv, 198 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Contents List of Illustrations --
Footnotes and Annotations --
Acknowledgements --
Introduction --
1: Contexts Contextual Overview --
Introduction --
"To be Count Malvolio": Marriage and Fantasies of Social Mobility --
"One face, one voice, one habit, and two persons": Early Modern Views on Sexuality and Gender --
"Where lies your text?": Re-inventing the Language of Love --
Chronology --
Contemporary Documents --
Changing Views on Marriage --
From Edmund Tilney, The Flower of Friendship (1568) --
From Thomas Deloney, Jack of Newbury (1597) --
From John Webster, The Duchess of Malfi (1612-4) --
Gender and Clothing --
From Philip Stubbes, The Anatomy of Abuses (1583) --
Androgyny and Homoeroticism From Intronati, The Deceived (1531) --
From Emanuel Forde, Parismus (1598) --
Petrarchan Conventions I: The Hunting Metaphor --
Francis Petrarch, 'Sonnet 190' (1334-74) --
Thomas Wyatt, 'Who so list to hounte ... ' (c. 1530) --
Edmund Spenser, 'Sonnet 67' (1595)?? Petrarchan Conventions II: The Blazon --
Francis Petrarch, 'Sonnet 199' (1334-74) --
Edmund Spenser, Epithalamion (1595) --
William Shakespeare, 'Sonnet 130' (1609). 2: Interpretations Critical History --
The Early Critical Tradition --
Modern Criticism --
To be "as Hungry as the Sea": Class and the Circulation of Material Desires "I am not what I am": Gender and Sexual Identity Early Criticism --
From Charlotte Lennox, Shakespear Illustrated (1753) --
From William Hazlitt, Characters of Shakespear's Plays (1817) --
From Anna Jameson, Characteritics of Women, (1833) --
From Emile Montegut, 'Twelfth Night' (1867) --
From William Archer, 'Twelfth Night at the Lyceum' (1884) --
Modern Criticism --
Language and Myth From Frank E. Halliday, The Poetry of Shakespeare's Plays (1954) --
From Jonathan Bate, Shakespeare and Ovid (1993) --
Darkening Shakespeare's Festive Comedy --
From W.H. Auden, Lectures on Shakespeare (1947) --
From C.L. Barber, Shakespeare's Festive Comedy (1959) --
Power, Class and Carnivalesque Disorder --
From Elliot Krieger, A Marxist Study of Shakespeare's Comedies (1979) --
From Michael Bristol, Carnival and Theatre (1985) --
From Karin Coddon, "Slander in an Allow'd Fool" (1993) --
From Keir Elam, "In What Chapter of His Bosom?" (1996) --
The (Wo)man's Part: (De)constructing Gender and Sexual Identity From Juliet Dusinberre, Shakespeare and the Nature of Women (1975) --
From Stephen Greenblatt, 'Fiction and Friction' (1988) --
From Catherine Belsey, 'Disrupting Sexual Difference' (1985) --
From William Dodd, "So Full of Shape is Fancy" (1993) --
From Lorna Hutson, 'On Not Being Deceived' (1996) --
The Work in Performance --
Introduction --
Twelfth Night on the Seventeenth- and Eighteen-century Stage --
"If music be the food of love ... ": Twelfth Night on the Nineteenth-century Stage --
"For the rain, it raineth every day": Twelfth Night on the Twentieth- and Twenty-first-century Stage --
"But that's all one, our play is done": Twelfth Night on Film and Television --
Twelfth Night and the Place of the Early Modern Stage. From Laura Levine, Men in Women's Clothing (1994) From Paul Yachnin, 'Revels of Fortune' (2003) --
From Jason Scott-Warren, 'When Theaters were Bear-Gardens' (2003) --
Twelfth Night and Nineteenth-Century Performance Editions --
From Laurie Osborne, The Trick of Singularity (1996) --
Malvolio's Metamorphosis: From Comic Butt to Tragic Gull --
From Edward Aveling, Our Corner (1884) --
Authentic Shakespeare? Twelfth Night at Middle Temple (1897) --
From Marion O'Connor, 'The Theatre of the Empire' (1987) --
"Prison-House" Productions: Twelfth Night in the 1980s --
From Michael Billington, Directors' Shakespeare (1990) --
From Penny Gay, As She Likes It (1994) --
1602-2002: Twelfth Night Comes of Age (Rylance and Mendes) --
From Michael Dobson, 'Shakespeare Performances in England, 2002' --
A Cinematic Appropriation of Twelfth Night (Nunn, 1996) Carol Chillington Rutter, 'Looking at Shakespeare's Women on Film' (2000) --
3: Key Passages Introduction --
List of Key Passages --
Abbreviations --
Key Passages --
Dramatis Personae --
Act 1, Scene 1, lines 1-41: 'Orsino in Love' --
Act 1, Scene 3, lines 1-13: 'Quaffing and Drinking I' --
Act 1, Scene 4, lines 1-40: 'Viola in Love' --
Act 1, Scene 5, lines 134-265: 'Olivia in Love' --
Act 2, Scene 1, lines 1-32: 'Antonio in Love' --
Act 2, Scene 2, lines 17-41: 'Knots, Tangles and Love Triangles' --
Act 2, Scene 3, lines 1-92: 'Quaffing and Drinking II' --
Act 2, Scene 4, lines 13-40 and 72-123: 'Cesario's sister in Love' --
Act 2, Scene 5, lines 1-135: 'Malvolio in Love' --
Act 3, Scene 1, lines 1-51: 'Folly and Foolery' --
Act 5, Scene 1, lines 56-128, 206-278 and 366-402: 'Another (most happy) wreck'
Series Title: Routledge guides to literature.
Responsibility: edited by Sonia Massai.
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