Shakespeare Survey, Volumen40
Contents: Reconstructing Shakespeare, or Harlotry in Bardolatry, Charles Marowitz; Playing Shakespeare, Peggy Ashcroft; Take Me to Your Leda, Terence Hawkes; Sign Theory and Shakespeare, Marvin Rosenberg; Time in Richard III, Guy Hamel; New Concepts of Staging A Midsummer Night's Dream, Maik Hamburger; Henry V as Working House of Ideology, Gunter Walch; Shakespeare and His Sources: Observations on the Critical History of Julius Caesar, Robert S. Miola; The Speculative Eye: Problematic Self-Knowledge in Julius Caesar, William O. Scott; Learning by Talking: Conversation in As You Like It, Martha Ronk Lifson; Measure for Measure: Mirror for Mirror, Ruth Nevo; Allegory and Irony in Othello, Antoinette B. Dauber; Cruelty, King Lear, and the South African Land Act of 1913, Martin Orkin; The Rationale of Current Bibliographical Methods: Printing House Studies, Computer-Aided Compositor Studies, and the Use of Statistical Studies, Manfred Draudt; Shakeapeare's Late Plays in Stratford, Ontario, Roger Warren; Shakespeare Performances in London, Manchester, and Stratford-upon-Avon 1985-86, Nicholas Shrimpton. Also, Critical Studies reviewed by R.S. White, Shakespeare's Life, Times, and Stage reviewed by Richard Dutton, and Editions and Textual Studies reviewed by MacDonald P. Jackson.
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Take me to your Leda by TERENCE HAWKES
Sign Theory and Shakespeare by MARVIN ROSENBERG
Time in Richard III by Guy HAMEL
New Concepts of Staging A Midsummer Nights Dream by Maik HAMBURGER
Observations on the Critical History of Julius Caesar
Problematic SelfKnowledge in Julius Caesar by William O SCOTT
Conversation in As You Like It by Martha RONK LIFSON
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