6 edition of Shakespearean intertextuality found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -122) and index.
|Statement||Stephen J. Lynch.|
|Series||Contributions in drama and theatre studies,, no. 86|
|LC Classifications||PR2952 .L96 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||98022910|
The book describes this biblical culture, and offers fresh and sometimes surprising interpretations of many of Shakespeare’s plays by reading his biblical allusions in the context of interpretations of Scripture available to him and his : Hannibal Hamlin. In some plays Shakespeare uses a particular language device throughout. In Measure for Measure things are being balanced all the time. One of the main themes in the play is justice, and so we see everything being balanced against something else, reflecting that theme. Recurring images is another device Shakespeare uses.
Shakespeare, Italy and Intertextuality | Newly available in paperback, this collection of essays, written by distinguished international scholars, focuses on the structural influence of Italian literature, culture and society at large on Shakespeare's dramatic canon. The chapters in Playfulness in Shakespearean Adaptations engage with the diverse ways that play is used in Shakespearean adaptations on stage, screen, and page, examining how these adaptations draw out existing humour in Shakespeare’s works, the ways that play is used as a pedagogical aid to help explain complex language, themes, and emotions.
I know Shakespeare pretty well, but I don't know what intertextuality is. If you can explain that I might be able to help you. Okay, so now that I know something about intertextuality what I can tell you is that I've heard people say that all of Shakespeare's plays are based on older stories. Table of Contents. Introduction Paul Salzman and Marion Wynne-Davies Part 1: Poetry, Circulation, Influence d Sonnets among their Private Friends: Mary Wroth and William Shakespeare Ilona Bell ng the Void: Isolation, Mutuality and Community in the Sonnets of Wroth and Shakespeare Clare R. Kinney – documentation and literary coincidence Penny McCarthy 4.
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Shakespearean Intertextuality: Studies in Selected Sources and Plays (Contributions in Drama & Theatre Studies) by Stephen Lynch (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Author: Stephen Lynch. "[A] very readable book for students."-Shakespeare Quarterly "Lynch's is the only book-length study of the dramatist's intertextual Shakespearean intertextuality book offering a clearly written example of the virtues of this critical approach."-ChoiceCited by: 9.
This book studies four of Shakespeare's plays--As You Like It, King Lear, Pericles, and The Winter's Tale--and the primary source texts on which those plays are based.
Each chapter examines one. This book looks at four of Shakespeare's plays--As You Like It, King Lear, Pericles, and The Winter's Tale--and the primary source texts on which they are based. Shakespearean Intertextuality: Studies in Selected Sources and Plays Stephen J.
Lynch In reshaping Lodge's Rosalynde into As You Like It, Shakespeare not only undermines the Petrarchan and pastoral traditions of the romance, but also refutes the implicit gender structures upon which such Petrarchanisms are.
Books shelved as intertextuality: Intertextuality by Graham Allen, Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys, The Jolly Postman, or Other People's Letters by Janet. robert S. Miola, ‘Seven types of intertextuality’, in Shakespeare, Italy, and Intertextuality, ed.
Michele Marrapodi (Manchester: Manchester University press, ), p. this book Shakespearean intertextuality book that early modern intertextuality was a dynamic process of allusion, quotation and revision. The representation of Italian culture in the London. Classical, Biblical, and Shakespearean Intertextuality in Eugene O'Neill's Desire under the Elms Biblical, and Shakespearean intertextuality in Eugene O'Neill's tragedy, Desire under the Elms ().
The play is adapted from Classical plays and Greek mythology with reference to Oedipus, Phaedra, Medea, etc. It also Book of Genesis, a. Definition of Intertextuality Intertextuality is a sophisticated literary device making use of a textual reference within some body of text, which reflects again the text used as a reference.
"It will be a love story for she will be my heroine for all time And her name will be Viola." (Shakespeare in Love, ) Implications Character Parallels Shakespeare in Love - Screenshot Shakespeare in Love - Screenshot Miss Ellen Terry as Viola, "Twelfth night" - Alma.
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Shakespeare, Politics, and Italy book. Intertextuality on the Jacobean Stage. Shakespeare, Politics, and Italy In considering the ideological repercussions of references to Italy in prominent works by Shakespeare and his contemporaries, Michael J.
Redmond argues that early modern intertextuality was a dynamic process of allusion, quotation Cited by: 4. intertextuality, this book traces Shakespeare's reading as well as inspiring the sonnets; the Vice figure is translated into Richard III and Falstaff.
Employing a traditional understanding of sources as well as more recent developments in intertextuality, this book tracks Shakespeare's reading throughout his career, as it inspires his poetry, histories, comedies, tragedies, and romances.4/5(5). "radical" intertextuality stretches the scope of "traditional" intertextuality by taking it beyond the accepted boundaries of the relevant and the historical.
It opens up new possibilities and directions for original research, even by the insecure student petrified by the sheer volume of existing Shakespeare. Shakespeare, like Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream, is a weaver. The playwright spins a web of his explicit and implicit narrative and dramatic sources, historical and cultural prompts, and other multi-faceted intertexts woven into the fabric of his comedies, tragedies and histories.
This study highlights some examples of largely unrecognized and sometimes subtle strands of Shakespeare's. Shakespeare, Italy, and intertextuality. [Michele Marrapodi;] -- "This collection of essays, written by distinguished international scholars, focuses an the structural influence of Italian literature, culture, and society at large on Shakespeare's dramatic.
Description Newly available in paperback, this collection of essays, written by distinguished international scholars, focuses on the structural influence of Italian literature, culture and society at large on Shakespeare's dramatic canon.
Brontë, Shelley, Stoker, Dickens, Shakespeare, James, Poe. As well as John Clare and Walter Scott and Victorian novels and Romantic poetry in general. Epistolary narratives embedded in a first person narrative embedded within a framing narrative.
The book – the text – is as haunted by these writers as Kipps is himself. Rewriting Shakespeare's Plays For and By the Contemporary Stage 3 becomes the constant object of actors’ investigation. No ending nor limitation obstruct its progress in time and places. Paradoxically enough, as Bailly remarks, rehearsing and rewriting aim at reaching a kind of perfection and formal ending but conversely the text never ends.
One of the most successful examples of Shakespearean intertextuality in modern literature is American author Jane Smiley’s A Thousand Acres, the plot of which closely follows King Lear. From the Author: Sarah Gilmartin. Intertextuality is the ongoing interaction between poems or stories."Dialogue" between old texts and new.
When a newer book borrows something familiar from older, well known books so the reader can grasp a familiar concept/idea. For example the novel "Cacciato" borrows the idea of "Alice In Wonderland" when the army squad falls through a hole into a "fantasy land", and they al fall at.Intertextuality is the shaping of a text's meaning by another text.
Intertextual figures include: allusion, quotation, calque, plagiarism, translation, pastiche and parody. Examples of intertextuality are an author's borrowing and transformation of a prior text, and a reader's referencing of one text in reading another.