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Dente, Carla

Shakespeare and Conflict

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Table of contents

1. General Introduction
Carla Dente, Sara Soncini

Part I. Conflict in Shakespeare

2. Introduction
Paola Pugliatti

3. ‘What country, friends, is this?’ The Performance of Conflict in Shakespeare’s Drama of Migration
Sabine Schülung

4. Killing by the Book: Scenes from the Duel Ritual
Paola Pugliatti

5. The War of ‘Nothings’ in The Tragedy of King Lear
Małgorzata Grzegorzewska

6. Conflict and Convergence in Shakespeare’s Wordplay
Georgi Niagolov

7. Stage and Conflict in ‘The Phoenix and the Turtle’
Boris Drenkov

Part II. Conflict through Shakespeare

8. Introduction
Carla Dente

9. Translating Shakespeare in Sociolinguistic Conflicts: A Preliminary European Study
Jesús Tronch-Pérez

10. Shakespeare and the Continental Avant-Garde through García Lorca’s El público (1930)
Juan F. Cerdá

11. Negotiating the Memory of the ‘People’s War’: Hamlet and the Ghosts of Welfare in A Diary for Timothy by Humphrey Jennings (1944–45)
Alessandra Marzola

12. ‘IN THE FEARFUL ARMOUR’: Shakespeare, Heiner Müller and the Wall
Miguel Ramalhete Gomes

13. From Individual Conflict to Interlocking Conflicts: Performing The Merchant of Venice for New European Audiences
Francesca Rayner

14. Cut’n’mix King Lear: Second Generation and Asian-British Identities
Alessandra Marino

Part III. Shakespeare in Times of Conflict

15. Introduction
Manfred Pfister

16. Work of National Importance: Shakespeare in Dartmoor
Clara Calvo

17. ‘The play’s the thing’: Hamlet in a Romanian Wartime Political Prison
Monica Matei-Chesnoiu

18. ‘A tongue in every wound of Caesar’: Performing Julius Caesar behind Barbed Wire during the Second World War
Ton Hoenselaars

19. ‘And, by opposing, end them’: The Rhetoric of Translators’ Polemics
Anna Cetera

20. Shakespeare’s Sonnets de profundis
Manfred Pfister

Keywords: Literature, British and Irish Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Performing Arts, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Shakespeare Studies
Page amount
294 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137311344
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-34463-5

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