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フェミニズム的シェイクスピア研究必携(第2版)

A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare

2ND

(Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture)

Callaghan, Dympna (EDT)

Wiley-Blackwell 2016/05
561 p. 26 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781118501269
装丁違いISBN: 1119240042
KCN: 1024269956
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DDC: 820
KDC: B233 シェイクスピア研究
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Annotation

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2016. The previous edition was a recipient of a Choice Outstanding Academic Title award: this second edition maintains its coverage and range, and brings the scholarship right up to the present day.

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The question is not whether Shakespeare studies needs feminism, but whether feminism needs Shakespeare. This is the explicitly political approach taken in the dynamic and newly updated edition of A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare.
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Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors x Preface to the Second Edition xvii Introduction 1 Dympna Callaghan Part I The History of Feminist Shakespeare Criticism 19 1 The Ladies Shakespeare 21 Juliet Fleming 2 Margaret Cavendish, Shakespeare Critic 39 Katherine M. Romack 3 Misogyny Is Everywhere 60 Phyllis Rackin Part II Text and Language 75 4 Feminist Editing and the Body of the Text 77 Laurie E. Maguire 5 Made to write whore upon? : Male and Female Use of the Word Whore in Shakespeare s Canon 98 Kay Stanton 6 A word, sweet Lucrece : Confession, Feminism, and The Rape of Lucrece 121 Margo Hendricks Part III Social Economies 137 7 Gender, Class, and the Ideology of Comic Form: Much Ado about Nothing and Twelfth Night 139 Mihoko Suzuki 8 Gendered Gifts in Shakespeare s Belmont: The Economies of Exchange in Early Modern England 162 Jyotsna G. Singh Part IV Race and Colonialism 179 9 The Great Indian Vanishing Trick Colonialism, Property, and the Family in A Midsummer Night s Dream 181 Ania Loomba 10 Black Ram, White Ewe: Shakespeare, Race, and Women 206 Joyce Green MacDonald 11 Sycorax in Algiers: Cultural Politics and Gynecology in Early Modern England 226 Rachana Sachdev 12 Black and White, and Dread All Over: The Shakespeare Theatre s Photonegative Othello and the Body of Desdemona 244 Denise Albanese Part V Performing Sexuality 267 13 Women and Boys Playing Shakespeare 269 Juliet Dusinberre 14 Mutant Scenes and Minor Conflicts in Richard II 281 Molly Smith 15 Lovesickness, Gender, and Subjectivity: Twelfth Night and As You Like It 294 Carol Thomas Neely 16 in the Lesbian Void: Woman Woman Eroticism in Shakespeare s Plays 318 Theodora A. Jankowski 17 Duncan s Corpse 339 Susan Zimmerman Part VI Religion 359 18 Others and Lovers in The Merchant of Venice 361 M. Lindsay Kaplan 19 Between Idolatry and Astrology: Modes of Temporal Repetition in Romeo and Juliet 378 Philippa Berry Part VII Character, Genre, History 393 20 Putting on the Destined Livery: Isabella, Cressida, and our Virgin/Whore Obsession 395 Anna Kamaralli 21 The Virginity Dialogue in All s Well That Ends Well: Feminism, Editing, and Adaptation 411 Rory Loughnane 22 Competitive Mourning and Female Agency in Richard III 428 Mario DiGangi 23 Bearing Death in The Winter s Tale 440 Amy K. Burnette 24 Monarchs Who Cry: The Gendered Politics of Weeping in the English History Play 457 Jean E. Howard 25 Shakespeare s Women and the Crisis of Beauty 467 Farah Karim ]Cooper Part VIII Appropriating Women, Appropriating Shakespeare 481 26 Women and Land: Henry VIII 483 Lisa Hopkins 27 Desdemona: Toni Morrison s Response to Othello 494 Ayanna Thompson 28 Woman ]Crafted Shakespeares: Appropriation, Intermediality, and Womanist Aesthetics 507 Sujata Iyengar 29 A Thousand Voices: Performing Ariel 520 Amanda Eubanks Winkler Index 539

Subject:Shakespeare, William,