Brown, Sarah Annes

Reinventing the Renaissance

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Table of contents

1. Introduction

1. Introduction
Sarah Annes Brown, Robert I. Lublin, Lynsey McCulloch

Part I. Popular Culture

2. Hamlet: Looking Before and After: Why So Many Prequels and Sequels?
Ann Thompson

3. Educating for Pleasure: The Textual Relations of She’s the Man
Reina Green

4. ‘Brush up your Shakespeare’: Genre-Shift from Shakespeare to the Screen
Kinga Földváry

5. Cinematizing Shakespeare
Charles Marowitz

Part II. Criticism and Creativity

6. Circulating through ‘languages and tales’: Stephen Greenblatt’s Cardenio
Theodora Papadopoulou

7. Peter Ackroyd’s Shakespeare the Biography and Stephen Greenblatt’s Will in the World, or Facts and Fiction about William Shakespeare
Urszula Kizelbach

8. The Weird Sisters (from The Life and Death of the Brothers Macbeth)
Ewan Fernie, Simon Palfrey

9. ‘You kiss like in a movie’: A Contemporary Translation/Adaptation of Romeo and Juliet
Pietro Deandrea

Part III. National Responses

10. At the Threshold — Remembrance and Topicality in Recent Productions of The Merchant of Venice in Germany
Zeno Ackermann

11. Kabuki Shakespeare: The NINAGAWA Twelfth Night
Seiji Furuya

12. ‘Downright unsaxogrammatical’? — Do Postcolonial Adaptations Contest, or Reinforce Shakespeare’s Canonical Status?
Jenni Ramone

13. ‘My dream was lengthened after life’: Ghosts in Michael Boyd’s History Cycle
Kate Wilkinson

Part IV. Visualizing Performance

14. ‘Four legs and two voices’: An Interview with Édouard Lekston
Pascale Drouet

15. Shakespearean Visual Semiotics and the Silver Screen
Robert I. Lublin

16. ‘Here’s that shall make you dance’: Movement and Meaning in Bern:Ballett’s Julia und Romeo
Lynsey McCulloch

Part V. Non-Shakespearean Drama

17. The Duchess of Malfi on Film: Peter Huby’s Quietus
Rowland Wymer

18. The Act of Murder: Renaissance Tragedy and the Detective Novel
Esme Miskimmin

19. Fishing at the Swan: Swan Theatre Plays and the Shaping of an Interpretive Community
Laura Grace Godwin

Keywords: Literature, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Performing Arts, Theatre and Performance Studies, Literary Theory

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