|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Shirley Sharon-Zisser is Senior Lecturer and Graduate Advisor at the Department of English, and Co-Director of the Forum for Psyshoanalysis, Philosophy and Culture at Tel Aviv University, Israel.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction: Generating dialogue on Shakespeare's A Lover's Complaint, Shirley Sharon-Zisser and Stephen Whitworth; 'Deep brained sonnets' and 'tragic shows': Shakespeare's late Ovidian art in A Lover's Complaint, Patrick Cheney; A reconciled maid: A Lover's Complaint and confessional practices in early modern England, Paul Stegner; Shakespeare's exculpatory complaint, Ilona Bell; Unfinished business: A Lover's Complaint and Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet and The Rape of Lucrece, John Roe; 'He had the dialect and different skill': authorizers in Henry V, A Lover's Complaint and Othello, Heather Dubrow; 'Honey words': A Lover's Complaint and the fine art of seduction, James Schiffer; Rhetoric and perverse desire in A Lover's Complaint, Jon Harned; 'Where excess begs all': Shakespeare, Freud, and the diacritics of melancholy, Stephen Whitworth; 'True to bondage': the rhetorical forms of female masochism in A Lover's Complaint, Shirley Sharon-Zisser; Bibliography; Index.