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The Creation and Re Creation of Cardenio

by T. Bourus
Publisher: Springer
Release Date: 2013-09-18
Genre: Literary Criticism
Pages: 329 pages
ISBN 13: 1137344229
ISBN 10: 9781137344229
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The Creation and Re-Creation of Cardenio
Language: en
Pages: 329
Authors: T. Bourus, G. Taylor
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-09-18 - Publisher: Springer

Did Shakespeare really join John Fletcher to write Cardenio, a lost play based on Don Quixote? With an emphasis on the importance of theatrical experiment, a script and photos from Gary Taylor's recent production, and essays by respected early modern scholars, this book will make a definitive statement about the collaborative nature of Cardenio.
The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Embodiment
Language: en
Pages: 816
Authors: Valerie Traub
Categories: Drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-09-08 - Publisher: Oxford University Press

The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Embodiment brings together 42 of the most important scholars and writing on the subject today. Extending the purview of feminist criticism, it offers an intersectional paradigm for considering representations of gender in the context of race, ethnicity, sexuality, disability, and religion. In addition to sophisticated textual analysis drawing on the methods of historicism, psychoanalysis, queer theory, and posthumanism, a team of international experts discuss Shakespeare's life, contemporary editing practices, and performance of his plays on stage, on screen, and in the classroom. This theoretically sophisticated yet elegantly written Handbook includes an editor's Introduction that provides a comprehensive overview of current debates.
Shakespeare and the Idea of Apocrypha
Language: en
Pages: 270
Authors: Peter Kirwan
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-04-16 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press

This book explores the methodologies and assumptions governing answers to the question 'what did Shakespeare actually write?'
Shakespeare and the Embodied Heroine
Language: en
Pages: 210
Authors: L. Leigh
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-10-10 - Publisher: Springer

Shakespeare and the Embodied Heroine is a bold new investigation of Shakespeare's female characters using the late plays and the early adaptations written and staged during the seventeenth and eighteenth century.
The Oxford Handbook of Cervantes
Language: en
Pages: 736
Authors: Aaron Kahn
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-02-16 - Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

This volume contains seven sections, exploring in depth Cervantes's life and how the trials, tribulations, and hardships endured influenced his writing. Cervantistas from numerous countries, offer their expertise with the most up-to-date research and interpretations to complete this wide-ranging, but detailed, compendium.
Shakespeare and the Versification of English Drama, 1561-1642
Language: en
Pages: 424
Authors: Marina Tarlinskaja
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-12-05 - Publisher: Routledge

Surveying the development and varieties of blank verse in the English playhouses, this book is a natural history of iambic pentameter in English. The main aim of the book is to analyze the evolution of Renaissance dramatic poetry. Shakespeare is the central figure of the research, but his predecessors, contemporaries and followers are also important: Shakespeare, the author argues, can be fully understood and appreciated only against the background of the whole period. Tarlinskaja surveys English plays by Elizabethan, Jacobean and Caroline playwrights, from Norton and Sackville’s Gorboduc to Sirley’s The Cardinal. Her analysis takes in such topics as what poets treated as a syllable in the 16th-17th century metrical verse, the particulars of stressing in iambic pentameter texts, word boundary and syntactic segmentation of verse lines, their morphological and syntactic composition, syllabic, accentual and syntactic features of line endings, and the way Elizabethan poets learned to use verse form to enhance meaning. She uses statistics to explore the attribution of questionable Elizabethan and Jacobean plays, and to examine several still-enigmatic texts and collaborations. Among these are the poem A Lover's Complaint, the anonymous tragedy Arden of Faversham, the challenging Sir Thomas More, the later Jacobean comedy The Spanish Gypsy, as well as a number of Shakespeare’s co-authored plays. Her analysis of versification offers new ways to think about the dating of plays, attribution of anonymous texts, and how collaborators divided their task in co-authored dramas.
The New Oxford Shakespeare: Critical Reference Edition
Language: en
Authors: William Shakespeare
Categories: Literary Collections
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-03-30 - Publisher: Oxford University Press

The New Oxford Shakespeare is a landmark print and online project, which for the first time provides fully edited and annotated texts of all extant versions of all Shakespeare's works, including collaborations, revisions, and adaptations. Based on a fresh examination of the surviving original documents, it draws upon the latest interdisciplinary scholarship, supplemented by new research undertaken by a diverse international team. Although closely connected and systematically cross-referenced, each part can be used independently of the others. The New Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works: Critical Reference Edition collects the same versions of the same works found in the Modern Critical Edition, keyed to the same line-numbering. But the Critical Reference Edition emphasizes book history and the documentary origins of each text. It preserves the spelling, punctuation, capitalization, abbreviations, typographical contrasts, ambiguities, and inconsistencies of the early documents. Introductions focus on early modern manuscript and print culture, setting each text within the material circumstances of its production, transmission, and early reception. The works are arranged in the chronological order of the surviving texts: the first volume covers documents manufactured in Shakespeare's lifetime, and the second covers documents made between 1622 and 1728. The illustrated general introduction presents an overview of the texts available to editors and describes how they define Shakespeare. An essay on error surveys kinds of error characteristic of these early text technologies. It is followed by a general introduction to the music of Shakespeare's plays. Introductions to individual works and an extensive foot-of-the-page textual apparatus record and discuss editorial corrections of scribal and printing errors in the early documents; marginal notes record press variants and key variants in different documents. Original music notation is provided for the songs (where available). Because the plays were written and copied within the framework of theatrical requirements, casting charts identify the length and type of each role, discuss potential doubling possibilities, and note essential props. The New Oxford Shakespeare consists of four interconnected publications: the Modern Critical Edition (with modern spelling), the Critical Reference Edition (with original spelling), a companion volume on Authorship, and an online version integrating all of this material on OUP's high-powered scholarly editions platform. Together, they provide the perfect resource for the future of Shakespeare studies.
Spanish Romance in the Battle for Global Supremacy
Language: en
Pages: 242
Authors: Victoria Muñoz
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-01-19 - Publisher: Anthem Press

Did Spanish explorers really discover the sunken city of Atlantis or one of the lost tribes of Israel in the site of Aztec Mexico? Did classical writers foretell the discovery of America? Was Baja California really an island or a peninsula—and did romances of chivalry contain the answer? Were Amazon women hiding in Guiana and where was the location of the fabled golden city, El Dorado? Who was more powerful, Apollo or Diana, and which claimant nation, Spain or England, would win the game of empire? These were some of the questions English writers, historians and polemicists asked through their engagement with Spanish romance. By exploring England’s fanatical consumption of so-called books of the brave conquistadors, this book shows how the idea of the English empire took root in and through literature.
The New Oxford Shakespeare
Language: en
Pages: 3382
Authors: William Shakespeare
Categories: English drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016 - Publisher: Oxford University Press

In one attractive volume, the Modern Critical Edition gives today's students and playgoers the very best resources they need to understand and enjoy all Shakespeare's works. The authoritative text is accompanied by extensive explanatory and performance notes, and innovative introductory materials which lead the reader into exploring questions about interpretation, textual variants, literary criticism, and performance, for themselves.
Early Shakespeare, 1588–1594
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Rory Loughnane
Categories: Drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-04-30 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Re-appraises Shakespeare's early career, situating his writings and activities in their time, place, and cultural moment.
British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue
Language: en
Pages: 500
Authors: Martin Wiggins, Catherine Richardson
Categories: Drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015 - Publisher: Oxford University Press

This is the sixth volume of a detailed play-by-play catalog of drama written by English, Welsh, Irish, and Scottish authors during the 110 years between the English Reformation to the English Revolution, covering every known play, extant and lost, including some which have never before been identified. It is based on a complete, systematic survey of the whole of this body of work, presented in chronological order. Each entry contains comprehensive information about a single play: its various titles, authorship, and date; a summary of its plot, list of its roles, and details of the human and geographical world in which the fictional action takes place; a list of its sources, narrative and verbal, and a summary of its formal characteristics; details of its staging requirements; and an account of its early stage and textual history.
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Language: en
Authors: Bruce R. Burningham
Categories: Drama
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