Shakespeare Reproduced: The Text in History and Ideology

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Jean E. Howard, Marion F. O'Connor
Psychology Press, 2005 - 292 páginas
First published in 1987.

The essays in Shakespeare Reproduced offer a political critique of Shakespeare's writings and the uses to which those writings are put

Some of the essays focus on Shakespeare in his own time and consider how his plays can be seen to reproduce or subvert the cultural orthodoxies and the power relations of the late Renaissance. Others examine the forces which have produced an overtly political criticism of Shakespeare and of his use in culture.

Contributors include: Jean E Howard and Marion O'Connor, Walter Cohen, Don E Wayne, Thomas Cartelli, Peter Erickson, Karen Newman, Thomas Moisan, Michael D Bristol, Thomas Sorge, Jonathan Goldberg, Robert Weimann, Margaret Ferguson.

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Introduction
1
Political criticism of Shakespeare
18
recent criticism
47
Shakespeares England
68
The Tempest as colonialist text and pretext
99
The Order of the Garter the cult of Elizabeth and classgender
116
femininity and the monstrous
143
Renaissance antitheatricality and the politics of gender and rank
163
subversion
188
BristOL
207
The failure of orthodoxy in Coriolanus
225
Macbeth and source
242
mimesis representation
265
Index
285
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