Author: William Shakespeare Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing ISBN: 1408142899 Size: 45.50 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 1964 DownloadRead Online
This critical edition gives the reader the Second Quarto Text (1604-1605), annotated with intelligence and care, a wealth of historical and cultural references and a survey of different critical approaches to the play.
Author: John Russell Publisher: University of Delaware Press ISBN: 9780874135336 Size: 75.95 MB Format: PDF View: 1719 DownloadRead Online
In Hamlet and Narcissus, John Russell confronts the paradigm shift that has occurred in psychoanalysis and takes steps to formulate a critical instrument based on current psychoanalytic thinking.
Author: Timothy J. Duggan Publisher: PRUFROCK PRESS INC. ISBN: 1593633238 Size: 21.31 MB Format: PDF View: 1732 DownloadRead Online
Students will study cultural variations of the Hamlet story, recreate the tale's events in a news show format, rewrite scenes using modern-day perspectives, and create their own blogs to discuss the play's relationship to contemporary life.
Author: Anthony Dawson Publisher: Manchester University Press ISBN: 9780719046254 Size: 31.93 MB Format: PDF View: 1225 DownloadRead Online
Links acting traditions with cultural milieu. No other book on Hamlet on the stage covers as much theoretical ground. Covers a number of foreign productions and pays much attention to the role of scenography .
Author: Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom Publisher: Infobase Publishing ISBN: 1438112505 Size: 77.90 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 5333 DownloadRead Online
Presents a collection of essays discussing aspects of William Shakespeare's well-known tragedy from John Dryden in the seventeenth century to A.C. Bradley and William Epson in the twentieth century.
Author: Steve Roth Publisher: Open House ISBN: 0970470207 Size: 19.88 MB Format: PDF View: 5561 DownloadRead Online
This book reads like a cross between a literary detective novel and a personal conversation with a passionate Shakespeare scholar, unpacking the play that Roth calls the seminal text of the humanist religion.