Spanish Studies in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries

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Jose Manuel Gonzalez, Josc) Manuel Gonzc!lez De Sevilla
University of Delaware Press, 2006 - Počet stran: 327
Spanish Studies in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries offers aselection of the most significant studies on Shakespeare and hiscontemporaries from a variety of perspectives in order to present a freshand inclusive vision of Shakespearean criticism in Spain to reach aworldwide readership. Plurality, maturity, and diversity are itsoutstanding characteristics as the transition has given shape to newcritical attitudes, readings, and approaches in the analysis and study ofShakespeare in the new Spain.
 

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Shakespearean Criticism in Contemporary Spain
7
Spanish Studies in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
17
Manuscripts and Editions
19
A New Spanish Manuscript from the Romantic Period
21
Shakespeare and Cervantes
43
The Poetry of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
59
Outlining Possibilities Sometimes Humorous for Sonnet 18
61
Shakespeares Departure from the Ovidian Myth of Venus and Adonis
73
A Study of Antony and Cleopatra
171
Person and Persona
196
Julius Caesar and the Spanish Transition
205
The Theater of Shakespeares Contemporaries
217
The Philosophy of Death in Christopher Marlowes Dr Faustus
219
Gender Marking through Syntactic Distribution in the Jacobean Theater
234
The Court Drama of Ben Jonson and Calderon
250
Spanish Adaptations of Ben Jonsons Volpone
262

John Donne Francisco de Quevedo and the Construction of Subjectivity in Early Modern Poetry
89
Shakespeare Plays Critical Interpretations and Stage Productions
115
Otelo in Romantic Spain
117
Othello
130
Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet and Male Melodrama
148
Some Differences in Literary Convention and Cultural Horizon
299
Notes on Contributors
311
Bibliography
314
Index
323
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