Shakespeare and modernity : early modern to millennium / edited by Hugh Grady.
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- London ; New York : Routledge, 2000.
- Accents on Shakespeare.
Accents on Shakespeare
1 online resource (247 p.)
- Literature and history -- Great Britain -- History.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Criticism and interpretation -- History.
- Electronic books.
- This in-depth collection of essays traces the changing reception of Shakespeare over the past four hundred years, during which time Shakespeare has variously been seen as the last great exponent of pre-modern Western culture, a crucial inaugurator of modernity, and a prophet of postmodernity. This fresh look at Shakespeare's plays is an important contribution to the revival of the idea of 'modernity' and how we periodise ourselves, and Shakespeare, at the beginning of a new millennium.
- Cover; Shakespeare and modernity early Modern to Millennium; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; General Editor's Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction: Shakespeare and Modernity; 2. (post) Modern Elizabeth: Gender, Politics, and the Emergence of Modern Subjectivity; 3. Ante-aesthetics: Towards a Theory of Early Modern Audience Response; 4. Shakespeare, Modernity and the Aesthetic: Art, Truth and Judgement in the winter's tale; 5. Measure for Measure and Modernity: the Problem of the Sceptic's Authority
6. 'Jew. Shylock Is My Name': Speech Prefixes in the Merchant of Venice as Symptoms of the Early Modern7. The Merchant of Venice: 'modern' Anti-semitism and the Veil of Allegory; 8. Jewish Invader and the Soul of State: the Merchant of Venice and Science Fiction Movies; 9. Shakespeare and the End of History: Period as Brand Name; 10. The Hamlet Formerly Known as Prince; References; Index
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -226) and index.
- Grady, Hugh.
- Publisher Number:
- 10.4324/9780203141045 doi
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