The first work to engage Shakespeare with distinctly Canadian debates addressing nationalism, separatism, cultural appropriation, cultural nationalism, feminism, and postcolonialism.
Intro Contents List of Illustrations Preface Introduction: Shakespeare in Canada: 'a world elsewhere'? Part One: Beginnings: Institutionalizing Shakespeare 1 Pioneer Shakespeare Culture: Reverend Henry Scadding and His Shakespeare Display at the 1892 Toronto Industrial Exhibition 2 The Imperial Theme: The Shakespeare Society of Toronto, 1928-1969 3 'A Stage for the Word': Shakespeare on CBC Radio, 1947-1955 4 Stratford and the Aspirations for a Canadian National Theatre Part Two: Shakespeare on Stage 5 Shakespeare Canadiens at the Stratford Festival 6 A National Hamlet? Stratford's Legacy of Twentieth-Century Productions 7 'Le Re-making' of le grand Will: Shakespeare in Francophone Quebec 8 Learning to Curse in Accurate Iambics: Shakespeare in Newfoundland 9 Liberal Shakespeare and Illiberal Critiques: Necessary Angel's King Lear Part Three: Critical Debates and Traditions 10 Continuity and Contradiction: University Actors Meet the Universal Bard 11 Canadian Bacon 12 Canada, Negative Capability, and Cymbeline 13 Frye's Shakespeare, Frye's Canada Part Four: Reimagining Shakespeare 14 Nation and/as Adaptation: Shakespeare, Canada, and Authenticity 15 Undead and Unsafe: Adapting Shakespeare (in Canada) 16 Normand Chaurette's Les Reines: Shakespeare and the Modern in the Alchemical Oven 17 Othello in Three Times Afterword: Relocating Shakespeare, Redefining Canada Appendix: Research Opportunities in Canadian Shakespeare References List of Contributors Index A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z.
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