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Sexuality and textuality in the editing of Shakespeare.

Thompson, Ann

Sexuality and textuality in the editing of Shakespeare.

by Thompson, Ann

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Published by Roehampton Institute. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616.

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    Inaugural lecture.

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    Open LibraryOL20395749M

    The book analyses the theories and practices of editors who worked on Shakespeare, but also on complete editions of a remarkable range of early modern writers, from the early nineteenth century. For instance, one student found the book Shakespeare: The Man and his Stage with the inscription “To Barry Lupinoa souvenir, Theatre Royal Huddersfield, J from Alfred Wareing”: with some research, she was able to determine that Lupino was a British actor, and Wareing, a theatrical producer with a reputation for producing.

    Biography appears to thrive as never before; and there clearly remains a broad readership for literary biography. But the methods and approaches of recent criticism which have contributed rich insights and asked new questions about the ways in which we interrogate and appreciate literature have scarcely influenced biography. Shakespeare's MACBETH interrogates the tyranny of absolute monarchical practices and divorces them from naturalized gender constructions by placing Lady Macbeth at the center of the play's violence. I argue that she provides a parodic inversion of the ideal wife and and puts pressure on masculinist and violent structures of relations that depend on women's abject confirmation for their.

    We will cover only a few of Shakespeare’s 43 extant plays, but we will examine the broad spectrum across which Shakespeare wrote for a popular audience: comedy, romance, history, and tragedy. In taking this approach, we will necessarily also examine William Shakespeare, the man, and the cultural milieu of the Early Modern Period in which he. This important, timely book breaks new ground along multiple fronts: it provides a clear, convincing case for why scholars ought to be interested in textuality and language, rather than just using texts as historical windows through which to peer, it provides a new methodology for studying sex and gender in Shakespeare’s time and our own; and.


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