Overview

This collection does not offer a single theoretical stance on any of the various forms of critical materialism, but rather demonstrates that the materiality of Shakespeare is multidimensional and consists of the imagination, the intended, and the desired. An all-star line-up of contributors include Kate McLuskie, Terence Hawkes, Jean Howard, David Scott Kastan, Catherine Belsey and Doug Bruster.

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Rematerializing Shakespeare

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Overview

This collection does not offer a single theoretical stance on any of the various forms of critical materialism, but rather demonstrates that the materiality of Shakespeare is multidimensional and consists of the imagination, the intended, and the desired. An all-star line-up of contributors include Kate McLuskie, Terence Hawkes, Jean Howard, David Scott Kastan, Catherine Belsey and Doug Bruster.

http://www.bryanreynolds.com

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780230569126
  • Publisher: Palgrave-UK-USA
  • Publication date: 11/1/2005
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 900 KB

Meet the Author

Bryan Reynolds is Professor and Head of Doctoral Studies in the Department of Drama at the University of California, Irvine, USA.
William N. West is Associate Professor of English at Northwestern University, USA. He has taught previously at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Stanford University, the Universities of California at Berkeley and Nevada at Reno.

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Table of Contents

Shakespearean Realities and Ethics—B.Reynolds & W.N.West
• 'Strike All That Look Upon With Marvel': Theatrical and Theological Wonder in The Winter's Tale"—H.Diehl
• Shakespeare and the Boys—C.Belsey
• Performance and Urban Space in Shakespeare's Rome, or, 'S.P.Q.L'—D.J. Hopkins
• Homo Clausus at the Theatre: Closing Bodies and Opening Theatres in Early Modern England—D.Hillman
• Performing History on the Sixteenth-Century Stage—J.Howard
• Rematerializing Shakespeare's Intertheatricality: The Occidental/Oriental Palimpsest, or, The New Histrionicism—J.Gil Harris
• Puck, or from Platea to Shakespace: A Transversal Enterprise—B.Reynolds & D.Hedrick
• Nanti Everything—T.Hawkes
• The Price of Shakespeare—D.Bruster
• Figuring the Consumer: the Cultural Production of Early Modern Theatre—K.McLuskie
• Art Romeo: Place on Words in Romeo and Juliet—W.N.West
• What is an Edited Text?—D.Scott Kastan
• Afterword—J.Drakakis
• Index

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