Shakespeare and Scotland

 
 
Manchester University Press
  • erschienen am 10. Februar 2005
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 224 Seiten
978-0-7190-6637-5 (ISBN)
 
Shakespeare and Scotland is a collection of specially commissioned essays by major critics on both sides of the Atlantic. Together they explore, from a variety of critical perspectives, the playwright's place in Scotland, and the place of Scotland in his work. -- .
  • Englisch
  • Manchester
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  • Großbritannien
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • Höhe: 216 mm
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  • Breite: 138 mm
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  • Dicke: 17 mm
  • 286 gr
978-0-7190-6637-5 (9780719066375)
Willy Maley is Professor of Renaissance Studies at the University of Glasgow. Andrew Murphy is Reader in English Literature at the University of St Andrews -- .
Acknowledgements
Notes on contributors
Introduction - Willy Maley and Andrew Murphy
1. "Stands Scotland where it did?" Shakespeare on the march - David Baker
2. Wrapped in the strong arms of the Union: Shakespeare and King James - Neil Rhodes
3. The place of Scots in the Scottish play: 'Macbeth' and the politics of language - Christopher Highley
4. 'Macbeth' and the rhetoric of political forms - Elizabeth Fowler
5. 'Hamlet's country matters: The 'Scottish play' within the play - Andrew Hadfield
6. How Scottish was the Scottish play? 'Macbeth's national identity in the eighteenth century - Rebecca Rogers
7. The Bard: Ossian, Burns, and the shaping of Shakespeare - Robert Crawford
8. "Not fit to tie his brogues": Shakespeare and Scott - Lidia Garbin
9. Shakespeare goes to Scotland: A brief history of Scottish editions - Andrew Murphy
10. Citz Scotland where it did?: Shakespeare in production at the Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow, 1970-1974 - Adrienne Scullion
11. Local 'Macbeth'/Global Shakespeare: Scotland's screen destiny - Mark Thornton Burnett -- .

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