The Shakespeare Handbook
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The Shakespeare Handbook

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ISBN-13:
9780826495785
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.07.2009
Seiten:
261
Autor:
Andrew Hiscock
Gewicht:
450 g
Format:
232x156x27 mm
Serie:
Literature and Culture Handboo
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Offers coverage of the major issues and key figures in Shakespeare studies, designed to facilitate progression from introductory topics to more sophisticated approaches. This work presents an introduction to Shakespeare and early modern literature. It provides an overview of major critical approaches, changes in the canon and directions research.
Series Introduction; PART 1: FROM SHAKESPEARE TO SHAKESPEARE STUDIES; 1. Introduction: overview - Andrew Hiscock and Stephen Longstaffe Timeline - Peter Sillitoe, University of Sheffield; 2. Shakespeare's Historical Context - Tom Betteridge, Oxford Brookes University; 3. Shakespeare's Literary and Cultural Contexts: Major Figures, Institutions, Topics, Events, Movements - Ann Kaegi, University of Hull; PART II: HOW TO READ SHAKESPEARE; 4. Case Studies in Reading 1: Key Primary Texts - Clare McManus, Roehampton Institute; 5. Case Studies in Reading 2: From texts to theories - Mark Robson, University of Nottingham; 6. Case Studies in Reading 3: Shakespeare in the theatre and on film - Stuart Hampton-Reeves, University of Central Lancashire; 7. Key critical concepts and topics - Adrian Streete, Queen's University Belfast; PART III: SHAKESPEARE STUDIES NOW; 8. Recent Critical Responses and Approaches, Lisa Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University; 9. New contexts for Shakespeare, Gabriel Egan, Loughborough University; 10. Shakespearean Issues, Willy Maley, Glasgow University; 11. Mapping the Current Critical Landscape, Kate McKluskie; Glossary of critical and theoretical terminology, Peter Sillitoe, University of Sheffield; Annotated Bibliography, Robert Evans, Auburn University Montgomery; Appendix: Teaching, Curriculum and Learning David Webb, St. Martin's College, Lancaster.
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