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The Oxford handbook of Shakespeare / edited by Arthur F. Kinney
Books/Textual Material | Oxford University Press | 2014
Available at Gumberg 2nd Floor (PR2976 .O87 2014x)
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Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.
©2012
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xxi, 823 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
text rdacontent.
still image rdacontent.
unmediated rdamedia.
volume rdacarrier.
Series
Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Part I. Texts. Authorship / Hugh Craig -- Collaboration / MacDonald P. Jackson -- Manuscript circulation / Arthur F. Marotti and Laura Estill -- Quarto and folio / Ann Thompson -- Revision / Grace Ioppolo -- Dramatic metre / Matteo A. Pangallo -- Book trade / Adam G. Hooks -- Early readers / Sonia Massai -- Part II. Conditions. Economy / Ian W. Archer -- Status / James Kearney -- Domestic life / Catherine Richardson -- Gender / Andrew Hiscock -- Language / Lynne Magnusson -- Dramaturgy / Brian Gibbons -- Censorship / Janet Clare -- Part III. Works. The early Shakespeare / David Bevington -- Middle Shakespeare / James J. Marino -- Poetry / Catherine Bates -- Late Shakespeare / Adam Zucker -- Part IV. Performance. Local records / Alan Somerset -- Patronage / Andrew Gurr -- Repertory system / Roslyn L. Knutson -- Theatre as business / Melissa Aaron -- Foreign worlds / Jane Hwang Degenhardt -- Audience reception / Tanya Pollard -- Shakespeare on film and television / Laury Magnus -- Marketing / Douglas M. Lanier -- Part V. Speculations. Classics / Jessica Wolfe -- Character / Christy Desmet -- Law / Rebecca Lemon -- Formation of nationhood / Cathy Shrank -- Republicanism / Andrew Hadfield -- Empire / Brian C. Lockey -- Philosophy / Tzachi Zamir -- Pragmatism / Lars Engle -- Religion / Brian Cummings -- Architecture / Frederick Kiefer -- Science and technology / Adam Max Cohen -- Shakespeare and America / Fran Teague -- Shakespeare and the world / Ton Hoenselaars.
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First published 2012.
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Handbook of Shakespeare.
Shakespeare.
ISBN
9780198703495 (pbk.)
019870349X (pbk.)
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OCoLC
20151104025323.0
140106t20142012enka b 001 0 eng dcamIi
GBB428037 bnb
016648943 Uk
(OCoLC)872977722
UKMGB eng rda UKMGB OCLCO BDX OCLCF MTG YDXCP WIS OCL DUQ
DUQQ Backstage kem
.b8412017
C0 DUQ
In Memory of Frederick N. Egler, Bachelor of Arts, 1943 cop.1
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