The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare

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Cambridge University Press, 2001. 4. 5. - 328페이지
An international team of prominent scholars provide a broadly cultural approach to the chief literary, performative and historical aspects of Shakespeare's work. They bring the latest scholarship to bear on traditional subjects of Shakespeare study, such as biography, the transmission of the texts, the main dramatic and poetic genres, the stage in Shakespeare's time and the history of criticism and performance. In addition, authors engage with more recently defined topics: gender and sexuality, Shakespeare on film, the presence of foreigners in Shakespeare's England and his impact on other cultures. Helpful reference features include chronologies of the life and works, illustrations, detailed reading lists and a bibliographical essay. -- PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION.

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Shakespeares life
1
The reproduction of Shakespeares texts
13
What did Shakespeare read?
31
Shakespeare and the craft of language
49
Shakespeares poems
65
The genres of Shakespeares plays
83
Playhouses players and playgoers in Shakespeares time
99
The London scene City and Court
115
Shakespeare in the theatre 16601900
183
Shakespeare in the twentiethcentury theatre
199
Shakespeare and the cinema
217
Shakespeare on the page and the stage
235
Shakespeare worldwide
251
Shakespeare criticism 16001900
265
Shakespeare criticism in the twentieth century
279
Shakespeare reference books
297

Gender and sexuality in Shakespeare
129
Outsiders in Shakespeares England
147
Shakespeare and English history
167

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