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The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Comedy

(Oxford Handbooks.)

Hirschfeld, Heather (EDT)

Oxford Univ Pr 2018/11
572 p. illustrations ; 26 cm.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780198727682
KCN: 1030671167
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DDC: 822.33
KDC: B233 シェイクスピア研究
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The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Comedy features a wide range of essays by leading scholars on key aspects of Shakespeare's medieval sources, the literary and theatrical environment of early modern London, as well as chapters on religion, animals, mucic, sexual desire, architecture, and race.

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The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Comedy features a wide range of essays by leading scholars on key aspects of Shakespeare's comedies with contributions on classical and medieval sources, the literary and theatrical environment of early modern London, as well as chapters on religion, animals, music, sexual desire, architecture, and race.
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Table of Contents

Heather Hirschfeld: Introduction: Encountering Shakespearean Comedy Part I: Settings, Sources, Influences 1: James Bednarz: Encountering the Elizabethan Stage 2: Robert Miola: Encountering the Past I: Shakespeare's Reception of Classical Comedy 3: Helen Cooper: Encountering the Past II: Shakespearean Comedy, Chaucer, and Medievalism 4: Kirk Melnikoff: Encountering the Present I: Shakespeare's Early Urban Comedies and the Lure of True Crime and Satire 5: Andy Kesson: Encountering the Present II: Shakespearean Comedy and Elizabethan Drama Part II: Themes and Conventions 6: Kenneth Graham: Shakespearean Comedy and Early Modern Religious Culture 7: Amanda Bailey: Shakespearean Comedy and the Early Modern Marketplace: Sympathetic Economies 8: Catherine Richardson: Shakespearean Comedy and the Early Modern Domestic Sphere 9: Kent Cartwright: Place and Being in Shakespearean Comedy 10: Geraldo U. de Sousa: Shakespearean Comedy and the Question of Race 11: Simon Barker: Farce and Force: Shakespearean Comedy, Militarism, and Violence 12: Julie Sanders: Water Memory and the Art of Preserving: Shakespearean Comedy and Early Modern Cultures of Remembrance 13: Matthew Steggle: The Humors in Humor: Shakespeare and Early Modern Psychology 14: Kevin Curran: Shakespearean Comedy and the Senses 15: Steve Mentz: Green Comedy: Shakespeare and Ecology 16: Carolyn Sale: The Laws of Comedy: Shakespeare and Early Modern Legal Culture 17: Judith Haber: Comedy and Eros: Sexualities on Shakespeare's Stage 18: David L. Orvis: Queer Comedy 19: Erin Minear: The Music of Shakespearean Comedy 20: Michelle M. Dowd: Gender and Genre: Shakespeare's Comic Women 21: Anne M. Myers: The Architecture of Shakespearean Comedy: Domesticity, Performance, and the Empty Room 22: Laurie Shannon: Poor Things, Vile Things: Shakespeare's Comedy of Kinds Part III: Conditions and Performance 23: Lina Perkins Wilder: Stage Props and Shakespeare's Comedies: Keeping Safe Nerissa's Ring 24: Frederick Kiefer: Shakespearean Comedy and the Discourses of Print 25: Jeremy Lopez: Imagining Shakespeare's Audience 26: Erika T. Lin: Comedy on the Boards: Shakespeare's Use of Playhouse Space 27: Katherine Scheil: Adapting Shakespeare's Comedies 28: Bridget Escolme: Brexit Dreams: Comedy, Nostalgia, and Critique in Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night's Dream 29: Doug Lanier: Shakespearean Comedy on Screen Part IV: Plays 30: John Parker: Holy Adultery: Marriage in The Comedy of Errors, The Merchant of Venice, and The Merry Wives of Windsor 31: Joanne Diaz: Comedies of Tough Love: Two Gentlemen of Verona, Love's Labour's Lost, The Taming of the Shrew, and Much Ado About Nothing 32: Lisa Hopkins: Comedies of the Green World: A Midsummer Night's Dream, As You Like It, and Twelfth Night 33: Oliver Arnold: Problem Comedies: Troilus and Cressida, Measure for Measure, and All's Well That Ends Well

Subject:Shakespeare, William,