Eight iconographic studies by American, Australian, and British scholars that focus on Shakespeare and his contemporaries and on the interconnectedness of their art with the visual language of their time. Reprinted from Comparative Drama.
|Publisher:||Medieval Institute Publications|
|Series:||Festschriften, Occasional Papers, and Lectures Series , #10|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
Clifford Davidson is professor emeritus of English and Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University. Luis R. Gamex was a professor of English at Western Michigan University until 2002. John H. Stroupe is professor emeritus at Western Michigan University.
Table of ContentsPreface by Luis Gamez Temperance and the End of Time: Emblematic Antony and Cleopatra by Christopher Wortham The Masks of Cupid and Death by Judith Dundas Sweet Power of Music: The Political Magic of the Miraculous Harp in Shakespeare's The Tempest by Peggy Munoz Simonds Spring and Winter in Love's Labor's Lost: An Iconographic Reconstruction by Frederick Kiefer Jonson and the Emblematic Tradition: Ralegh, Brant, the Poems, The Alchemist, and Volpone by Robert C. Evans Speaking Sweat: Emblems in the Plays of John Ford by Lisa Hopkins Emblematic Pictures for the Less Privileged in Shakespeare's England by Elizabeth Truax Quarles as Dramatist by Elizabeth K. Hill