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The Resource Shakespeare : an anthology of criticism and theory, 1945-2000, edited by Russ McDonald

Shakespeare : an anthology of criticism and theory, 1945-2000, edited by Russ McDonald

Label
Shakespeare : an anthology of criticism and theory, 1945-2000
Title
Shakespeare
Title remainder
an anthology of criticism and theory, 1945-2000
Statement of responsibility
edited by Russ McDonald
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
An anthology of the most significant essays and book chapters published on Shakespeare in the second half of the 20th century. It introduces students to the variety of theoretical positions, thematic claims, methodologies and modes of argument that have contributed to the critical landscape
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
822.3/3
Index
index present
LC call number
PR2970
LC item number
.S495 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1949-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
McDonald, Russ
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William <1564-1616> - Critique et interprétation
  • Shakespeare, William <1564-1616> - Critique et interprétation - Histoire - 20e siècle
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • English drama
  • Théâtre anglais
  • Théâtre anglais
Label
Shakespeare : an anthology of criticism and theory, 1945-2000, edited by Russ McDonald
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip044/2003012197.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The "new criticism" and King Lear
  • William R. Keast
  • The argument of comedy
  • Northrop Frye
  • Ambivalence : the dialectic of the histories
  • A.P. Rossiter
  • The Saturnalian pattern
  • C.L. Barber
  • The Jacobean Shakespeare : some observations on the construction of the tragedies
  • Maynard Mack
  • Looney and the Oxfordians
  • Reflections on the sentimentalist's Othello
  • Barbara Everett
  • Form and formality in Romeo and Juliet
  • Harry Levin
  • King Lear or Endgame
  • Jan Kott
  • The cheapening of the stage
  • Anne Righter [Barton]
  • How not to murder Caesar
  • Sigurd Burckhardt
  • S. Schoenbaum
  • On the value of Hamlet
  • Stephen Booth
  • Rabbits, ducks, and Henry V
  • Norman Rabkin
  • The new textual criticism of Shakespeare
  • Fredson Bowers
  • Revising Shakespeare
  • Gary Taylor
  • Narrative about printed Shakespeare texts : "Foul papers" and "Bad quartos"
  • Paul Werstine
  • The naked babe and the cloak of manliness
  • "Anger's my meat" : feeding, dependency, and aggression in Coriolanus
  • Janet Adelman
  • The avoidance of love : a reading of King Lear
  • Stanley Cavell
  • To entrap the wisest : Sacrificial ambivalence in The merchant of Venice and Richard III
  • René Girard
  • What did the king know and when did he know it? : Shakespearean discourses and psychoanalysis
  • Harry Berger, Jr.
  • The turn of the shrew
  • Joel Fineman
  • Cleanth Brooks
  • The cosmic background
  • E.M.W. Tillyard
  • Invisible bullets
  • Stephen Greenblatt
  • The new historicism in renaissance studies
  • Jean E. Howard
  • "Shaping fantasies" : figurations of gender and power in Elizabethan culture
  • Louis Adrian Montrose
  • Shakespeare's theater : tradition and experiment
  • Robert Weimann
  • "Honest" in Othello
  • King Lear (ca. 1605-1606) and essentialist humanism
  • Jonathan Dollimore
  • Give an account of Shakespeare and education, showing why you think they are effective and what you have appreciated about them. Support your comments with precise references
  • Alan Sinfield
  • Egyptian queens and male reviewers : sexist attitudes in Anthony and Cleopatra criticism
  • L.T. Fitz [Linda Woodbridge]
  • "I wooed thee with my sword" : Shakespeare's tragic paradigms
  • Madelon Gohlke Sprengnether
  • The family in Shakespeare studies, or Studies in the family of Shakespearans; or The politics of politics
  • Lynda E. Boose
  • William Empson
  • Disrupting sexual difference : meaning and gender in the comedies
  • Catherine Belsey
  • "This that you call love" : sexual and social tragedy in Othello
  • Gayle Greene
  • The performance of desire
  • Stephen Orgel
  • The secret sharer
  • Bruce R. Smith
  • The homoerotics of Shakespearean comedy
  • Valerie Traub
  • "Introductory" chapter about the tragedies
  • Shakespeare and the Blackfriars theater
  • Gerald Eades Bentley
  • The critical revolution
  • J.L. Styan
  • William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet : everything's nice in America?
  • Barbara Hodgdon
  • Deeper meanings and theatrical technique : the rhetoric of performance criticism
  • William B. Worthen
  • Nymphs and reapers heavily vanish : the discursive con-texts of The tempest
  • Francis Barker and Peter Hulme
  • Wolfgang Clemen
  • Sexuality and racial difference
  • Ania Loomba
  • Discourse and the individual : the case of colonialism in The tempest
  • Meredith Anne Skura
  • Shakespeare's prose
  • Jonas A. Barish
  • The play of phrase and line
  • George T. Wright
  • Transfigurations : Shakespeare and rhetoric
  • Patricia Parker
Control code
ocm52377477
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xix, 930 pages
Isbn
9780631234876
Lccn
2003012197
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9780631234883
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o52377477
  • (OCoLC)52377477
Label
Shakespeare : an anthology of criticism and theory, 1945-2000, edited by Russ McDonald
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip044/2003012197.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The "new criticism" and King Lear
  • William R. Keast
  • The argument of comedy
  • Northrop Frye
  • Ambivalence : the dialectic of the histories
  • A.P. Rossiter
  • The Saturnalian pattern
  • C.L. Barber
  • The Jacobean Shakespeare : some observations on the construction of the tragedies
  • Maynard Mack
  • Looney and the Oxfordians
  • Reflections on the sentimentalist's Othello
  • Barbara Everett
  • Form and formality in Romeo and Juliet
  • Harry Levin
  • King Lear or Endgame
  • Jan Kott
  • The cheapening of the stage
  • Anne Righter [Barton]
  • How not to murder Caesar
  • Sigurd Burckhardt
  • S. Schoenbaum
  • On the value of Hamlet
  • Stephen Booth
  • Rabbits, ducks, and Henry V
  • Norman Rabkin
  • The new textual criticism of Shakespeare
  • Fredson Bowers
  • Revising Shakespeare
  • Gary Taylor
  • Narrative about printed Shakespeare texts : "Foul papers" and "Bad quartos"
  • Paul Werstine
  • The naked babe and the cloak of manliness
  • "Anger's my meat" : feeding, dependency, and aggression in Coriolanus
  • Janet Adelman
  • The avoidance of love : a reading of King Lear
  • Stanley Cavell
  • To entrap the wisest : Sacrificial ambivalence in The merchant of Venice and Richard III
  • René Girard
  • What did the king know and when did he know it? : Shakespearean discourses and psychoanalysis
  • Harry Berger, Jr.
  • The turn of the shrew
  • Joel Fineman
  • Cleanth Brooks
  • The cosmic background
  • E.M.W. Tillyard
  • Invisible bullets
  • Stephen Greenblatt
  • The new historicism in renaissance studies
  • Jean E. Howard
  • "Shaping fantasies" : figurations of gender and power in Elizabethan culture
  • Louis Adrian Montrose
  • Shakespeare's theater : tradition and experiment
  • Robert Weimann
  • "Honest" in Othello
  • King Lear (ca. 1605-1606) and essentialist humanism
  • Jonathan Dollimore
  • Give an account of Shakespeare and education, showing why you think they are effective and what you have appreciated about them. Support your comments with precise references
  • Alan Sinfield
  • Egyptian queens and male reviewers : sexist attitudes in Anthony and Cleopatra criticism
  • L.T. Fitz [Linda Woodbridge]
  • "I wooed thee with my sword" : Shakespeare's tragic paradigms
  • Madelon Gohlke Sprengnether
  • The family in Shakespeare studies, or Studies in the family of Shakespearans; or The politics of politics
  • Lynda E. Boose
  • William Empson
  • Disrupting sexual difference : meaning and gender in the comedies
  • Catherine Belsey
  • "This that you call love" : sexual and social tragedy in Othello
  • Gayle Greene
  • The performance of desire
  • Stephen Orgel
  • The secret sharer
  • Bruce R. Smith
  • The homoerotics of Shakespearean comedy
  • Valerie Traub
  • "Introductory" chapter about the tragedies
  • Shakespeare and the Blackfriars theater
  • Gerald Eades Bentley
  • The critical revolution
  • J.L. Styan
  • William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet : everything's nice in America?
  • Barbara Hodgdon
  • Deeper meanings and theatrical technique : the rhetoric of performance criticism
  • William B. Worthen
  • Nymphs and reapers heavily vanish : the discursive con-texts of The tempest
  • Francis Barker and Peter Hulme
  • Wolfgang Clemen
  • Sexuality and racial difference
  • Ania Loomba
  • Discourse and the individual : the case of colonialism in The tempest
  • Meredith Anne Skura
  • Shakespeare's prose
  • Jonas A. Barish
  • The play of phrase and line
  • George T. Wright
  • Transfigurations : Shakespeare and rhetoric
  • Patricia Parker
Control code
ocm52377477
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xix, 930 pages
Isbn
9780631234876
Lccn
2003012197
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9780631234883
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o52377477
  • (OCoLC)52377477

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