Description - Talking Shakespeare by Hester Bradley
This text focuses on the reciprocal relationship between past and present, the way Shakespeare talks to us, the ways in which we talk about Shakespeare, and the way in which Shakespeare, ultimately, is "all talk". Through a variety of approaches to Shakespeare (including Shakespeare in his time, Shakespeare in our time, film, race, history and the future) the book looks at how Shakespeare is "talked about" in the fields of English studies, performance studies and cultural studies.
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DEBORAH CARTMELL is Principal Lecturer in the department of English at De Montfort University, Leicester. - MICHAEL SCOTT is Professor of English and Pro Vice Chancellor at De Montfort University. AE(00): Introduction; Deborah Cartmell and Michael Scott - Talking Shakespeare; Michael Scott - Shakespeare and Theory; Nigel Wood - Shakespeare and Gender Studies; Julia Briggs - Editing Shakespeare; Peter Davison - Shakespeare and Contemporary Performance; Noel Witts - Studying Shakespeare and his Contemporaries; Emma Smith - Shakespeare and History; Dermot Cavanagh - Shakespeare and National Identiy; Colin Chambers - Shakespeare and Genre: Comedy; Janice Wardle - Shakespeare and the Homoerotic; Miles Thompson (With Imelda Wheelhan) - Shakespeare and Race; Dymphna Callaghan - Shakespeare and Film; Deborah Cartmell - Shakespeare into the Future; Kiernan Ryan - Appendix: Bibliography of Shakespeare on CD Rom and Key Internet Sites (Mike Hiley and Editors)