Shakespearean Continuities

Essays in Honour of E. A. J. Honigmann

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This substantial collection includes contributions from leading international Shakespeare scholars such as Tom Craik, Philip Edwards, IngA-Stina Ewbank, R.A. Foakes, G.K. Hunter, Kenneth Muir, A.D. Nuttall, Brian Vickers and Stanley Wells. The book's twenty five essays range over the whole field of Shakespeare studies and deal especially with Shakespeare and his predecessors, Shakespeare and his contemporaries, Shakespeare in performance (including film) and Shakespeare in relation to later literature. Shakespearean Continuities is published in honour of the distinguished Shakespeare scholar E.A.J. Honigmann, FBA, Joseph Cowen Professor of English Literature at the University of Newcastle, 1970-1989.

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Herausgeber John Batchelor, Tom Cain, Claire Lamont
Seitenzahl 398
Erscheinungsdatum 27.10.1997
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-333-64827-8
Verlag Palgrave Macmillan UK
Maße (L/B/H) 23.4/15.6/2.4 cm
Gewicht 781 g
Auflage 1997

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  • Notes on Contributors - Preface - PART 1: SHAKESPEARE AND HIS PREDECESSORS - Magic and the Recluse in Arden: Shakespeare's Precursors in the Forest; J.Frankis - Voices from the Past: A Note on Termagent and Herod; D.Whaley - Classical and Contemporary Sources of the 'Gloomy Woods' of Titus Andronicus: Ovid, Seneca, Spenser; M.Pincombe - Shakespeare's Henry IV and 'the old song of Percy and Douglas'; C.Lamont - 'Suppose you see': The Chorus in Henry V and The Mirror for Magistrates; B.Vickers - PART 2: SHAKESPEARE AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES - Credulous to False Prints: Shakespeare, Chettle, Harvey, Wolfe; J.Jowett - The Case for the Earlier Canon; R.King - Freud and Shakespeare: Hamlet; A.D. Nuttall - Othello, The Infamous Ripley and Shaksper; E.Pechter - Timon and Tragedy; L.Lerner - Shakespeare the Man; P.Honan - The Rapture of the Sea; P.Edwards - PART 3: SHAKESPEARE IN PERFORMANCE - 'Comparisons and Wounding Flouts': Love's Labours Lost and the Tradition of Personal Satire; T.Cain - The Integration of Violent Action in Titus Andronicus; S.Wells - Troilus and Cressida as Brechtian Theatre; R.S.White - On Finishing a Commentary on King Lear; R.A.Foakes - The Making of a Popular Repertory: Hollywood and the Elizabethans; G.K.Hunter - Shakespeare meets the Warner Brothers: Reinhardt and Dieterle's A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935); B.Babington - PART 4: SHAKESPEARE AND LATER WRITERS - Nicholas Rowe and the Glossing of Shakespeare; N.E.Osselton - Shakespearean Sensibilities: Women Writers Reading Shakespeare, 1753-1808; J.Hawley - Shakespeare in The Cenci: Tragedy and 'familiar imagery'; M.Rossington - Ruskin and Shakespeare; J.Batchelor - Shakespeare and Strindberg: Influence as Insemination; I-S.Ewbank - The Further Fortunes of Falstaff; T.W.Craik - 'Brush up your Shakespeare', or Learning to Dance with the Bard: Angela Carter's Wise Children; L.Anderson - Base Uses; K.Muir - 'After Shakespeare: The West End, Newcastle upon Tyne' A Set of Poems; D.Graham - A Select Bibliography; E.A.J.Honigmann - Index