By Duncan Salkeld
By Duncan Salkeld
By Fitzroy Pyle
Critics have some time past defined The Winter's Tale as a piece of "haphazard structure". more moderen feedback has defended the constitution of the play and this paintings exhibits that the facts issues to the truth that Shakespeare took endless pains with the alternative and disposition of the fabrics of The Winter's story.
The scene-by-scene statement considers The Winter's Tale in isolation, yet prologue, epilogue and appendix position it within the context of similar performs, and talk about, between others, the matter of style because it impacts the play.
By Marianne Novy
By Joseph G. Price
By Stephen O'Neill
This publication identifies the genres of YouTube Shakespeare, studying them via theories of remediation and media convergence and as indices of Shakespeare's transferring cultural meanings. Exploring the intersection of YouTube's participatory tradition – its invitation to 'Broadcast your self' – with its company common sense, the e-book argues that YouTube Shakespeare is a website of effective pressure among new different types of self-expression and the homogenizing results of mass tradition.
Stephen O'Neill unfolds the variety of YouTube's Bardic productions to complex on their capability as educating and studying assets. The booklet importantly argues for a severe media literacy, one who attends to id buildings and to the politics of race and gender as they emerge via Shakespeare's new media kinds.
Shakespeare and YouTube may be of curiosity to scholars and students of Shakespearean drama, poetry and variations, in addition to to new media studies.
By S. Carter
By William, 1564-1616 Shakespeare
By Andrew James Hartley
Revealing the unstated politics of Shakespeare's performs on level, Andrew Hartley examines their nature, time table, limits and power. In contemplating key theoretical concerns, analysing a variety of productions, and fascinating in a collaborative debate with Professor Ayanna Thompson, Hartley highlights a extra consciously political method of making theatre out of Shakespeare's scripts – and to experiencing it as an viewers. Dynamic and provocative, this e-book is a vital textual content for college students and theatre practitioners alike.
By E. Tribble
By Nicolas Tredell