Shakespeare Matters: History, Teaching, Performance

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University of Delaware Press, 2003 - Počet stran: 330
'Shakespeare Matters' is a collection of original essays which addresses three significant areas in contemporary Shakespeare studies: interpretations of the plays in their historical and social contexts; the varying roles of Shakespeare's work in educational practices and traditions; and performance conventions and textual issues from the sixteenth century to the present.
 

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Material ShakespeareMaterialist Shakespeare
29
The Past of Macbeth
46
Antony Cleopatra the Market and the Ends of History
62
Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Understanding of Kairos
74
Alls Well That Ends Well and the Civilizing Process
89
Breaking Rank in Shakespearean Marriage Plots
103
Shakespeare on the Web
119
Cultural Appropriations of Shakespeare in the Classroom
138
Beyond Shakespearean Exceptionalism
207
Apprenticeship and the Boy Actors Shakespearean Roles
223
Variant Readings in the Folio and First Quarto Versions of Richard III and W W Gregs Concept of Memorial Reconstruction
237
Shakespeare Malone and the Modern Subject
252
Colley Cibber and the Materialization of Shakespeares Richard III in the Twentieth Century
264
New Faces for Shakespeare in Contemporary Australia
275
Michael Bogdanov and Shakespeare in Production
292
Travels on the Shakespeare Underground
303

Testing the Limits of Universality
151
Whose Will or Whos Will? Teaching Shakespeare HimSelf
164
Ecocritical Theory and Pedagogy for Shakespeare
177
Education in The Taming of the Shrew
189
Contributors
315
Index
320
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