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Shakespeare Jahrbuch

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Shakespeare Jahrbuch

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Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare Gesellschaft

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Vols. 6, 11, 24, and 29-30 include: "Katalog der Bibliothek der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft."

Jahrbuch

Author : Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft West
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Vols. for 1964- include Shakespeare-Bibliographie.

Shakespeare Jahrbuch

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Shakespeare Jahrbuch

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Catalogue of the Works of William Shakespeare Original and Translated

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Catalogue of the Works of William Shakespeare Original and Traslated Together with the Shakespeariana Embraced in the Barton Collection of the Boston Public Library

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Jahrbuch

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German Shakespeare Studies at the Turn of the Twenty first Century

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"This collection of fifteen essays offers a sample of German Shakespeare studies at the turn of the century. The articles are written by scholars in the old "Bundeslander" and deal with topics such as culture, memory and natural sciences in Shakespeare's work, Shakespearean spin-offs, and the reception of Venice and Shylock in Germany. Series: Shakespeare and His Contemporaries."--Publisher's website.

Shakespeare on the German Stage Volume 1 1586 1914

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Professor Williams focuses on the classical period of German literature and theatre, when Shakespeare's plays were first staged in Germany in a relatively complete form, and when they had a potent influence on the writings of German drama and dramatic criticism.

Shakespeare world Views

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"Shakespeare: World Views comprises fifteen papers concerned with the politics of reading and performance in Autralasia, Asia, and Europe." "The attention to the history and politics of Shakespeare in performance is matched by an interest in the uses and inscriptions of Shakespeare from postcolonial and new European locations." "Two very different essays plot Shakespeare's investments in equally different cartographies: the unsettled and unsettling geographies of the Comedies and the patriarchal territories of Lucrece's Tragedy." "Taken together, these essays from widely differing geographic, political, and critical locations attest to the multiplicity of "Shakespeares" available today. This very multiplicity suggests that Shakespeare is being produced as both local and global, paradoxically fragmented and monolithic, a fertile site both for affinity and contest. The effect is a challenge to any easy claim for Shakespeare's unproblematic status as a stable indicator of cultural value. In Singh's words, this collection manifests the "anomalies and contradictions" as well as the rich variety of "Shakespeares" around the world."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Shakespeare Jubilees 1769 2014

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This volume contains a collection of essays on Shakespeare Jubilees around the world, from 1769 to 2014. The contributions range from the elaborate celebrations in Shakespeare's hometown to more modest festivities elsewhere; and from ambitious, theatrical, and politically loaded demonstrations to nationally colored, culturally distinct, and idiosyncratic commemorations. The variety of ways in which geographically distant countries have remembered Shakespeare has never before been the object of a comparative study. The book's essays will throw new light on Shakespeare as a shared international heritage. (Series: Studies on English Literature / Studien zur englischen Literatur - Vol. 27) [Subject: Literary Studies, Shakespearean Studies, Theater Studies]

Shakespeare im 18 Jahrhundert

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Jahrbuch der deutschen Shakespeare Gesellschaft

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Main Session Abstracts

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The Eternal Shakespeare

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Shakespeare and the Ethics of War

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How does Shakespeare represent war? This volume reviews scholarship to date on the question and introduces new perspectives, looking at contemporary conflict through the lens of the past. Through his haunting depiction of historical bloodshed, including the Trojan War, the fall of the Roman Republic, and the Wars of the Roses, Shakespeare illuminates more recent political violence, ranging from the British occupation of Ireland to the Spanish Civil War, the Balkans War, and the past several decades of U. S. military engagement in Iraq and Afghanistan. Can a war be just? What is the relation between the ruler and the ruled? What motivates ethnic violence? Shakespeare’s plays serve as the frame for careful explorations of perennial problems of human co-existence: the politics of honor, the ethics of diplomacy, the responsibility of non-combatants, and the tension between idealism and Realpolitik.

Shakespeare and His Contemporaries

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"This volume brings together some of the best critical work produced by Eastern and Central European scholars. The lead-off essay is an extended study that was first published in 1947, "The Baroque in English Literature" by Marco Mincoff, Professor of English at Sofia University in Bulgaria until his death in 1987. An essay on More's Utopia (a chapter from Artur Blaim's book, Early English Utopian Fiction) follows. "The Genesis of the Double Time in Pre-Shakespearean and Shakespearean Drama" was the first of Zdenek Stribrny's essays on Shakespeare's use of double-time, the others appearing in Shakespeare Jahrbuch: East. Many essays focus almost entirely upon Shakespeare's plays and cover such topics as the development of Shakespearean tragedy (Henryk Zbierski), a Hungarian reading of Measure for Measure (Istvan Geher), subjectivity and dramatic discourse in The Tempest (Martin Prochazka), Georg Lukacs' Shakespeare criticism (Laszlo Kery), and Czech theatrical criticism of Shakespeare (Jan Mukarovsky). Three younger scholars contribute essays on Hamlet and the volume includes an essay by the Czech historian Josef Polisensky on England and Bohemia in Shakespeare's day that illuminates aspects of The Winter's Tale. An essay on cartographic design in Stuart masques by Polish scholar Malgorzata Grzegorzewska is also included." "The aim of International Studies in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries, occasional volumes published by the University of Delaware Press, is to bring to a wider audience the work of non-Anglo-American scholars and critics whose contributions might otherwise pass relatively unnoticed. Many of the essays in this volume originally appeared in books or journals of limited or local circulation, usually in the country of their origin only, but in the opinion of the editors they deserve to be better known. A number of them, such as those on Hamlet by Marta Gibinska, Piotr Sadowski, and Emma Szabo, are published here for the first time. All of the essays were written in English, but future volumes may focus on scholarship and criticism in languages with which Anglo-Americans are not expert. They will be translated and edited by knowledgeable scholars." "The Editorial Advisory Committee, composed of leading Shakespearean and Elizabethan scholars, has helped substantially in formulating the plans for International Studies, which is published in association with the International Shakespeare Association, Stratford-upon-Avon, England."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved