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The Resource Shakespeare and the classics, edited by Charles Martindale and A.B. Taylor

Shakespeare and the classics, edited by Charles Martindale and A.B. Taylor

Label
Shakespeare and the classics
Title
Shakespeare and the classics
Statement of responsibility
edited by Charles Martindale and A.B. Taylor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
PR3037
LC item number
.S56 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Martindale, Charles
  • Taylor, A. B.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Classicism
  • Classical literature
  • English literature
Label
Shakespeare and the classics, edited by Charles Martindale and A.B. Taylor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 294-310) and index
Contents
ǂg PART I. AN INITIAL PERSPECTIVE -- ǂt Shakespeare and humanistic culture / ǂr Colin Burrow -- ǂg PART II. 'SMALL LATINE' -- ǂg OVID -- ǂt Petruchio is 'Kated': The taming of the shrew and Ovid / ǂr Vanda Zajko -- ǂt Ovid's myths and the unsmooth course of love in A midsummer night's dream / ǂr A.B. Taylor -- ǂt Shakespeare's learned heroines in Ovid's schoolroom / ǂr Heather James -- ǂg VIRGIL -- ǂt Shakespeare and Virgil / ǂr Charles Martindale -- ǂg PLAUTUS AND TERENCE -- ǂt Shakespeare's reception of Plautus reconsidered / ǂr Wolfgang Riehle -- Shakespeare, Plautus, and the discovery of new comic space / ǂr Raphael Lyne -- ǂg SENECA -- ǂt 'Confusion now hath made his masterpiece': Senecan resonances in Macbeth / ǂr Yves Peyre? -- ǂt 'These are the only men': Seneca and monopoly in Hamlet 2.2 / ǂr Erica Sheen -- ǂg PART III. 'LESSE GREEK' -- ǂt 'Character' in Plutarch and Shakespeare: Brutus, Julius Caesar, and Mark Antony / ǂr John Roe -- ǂt Plutarch, Shakespeare, and the alpha males / ǂr Gordon Braden -- ǂg GENERAL -- ǂt Action at a distance: Shakespeare and the Greeks / ǂr A.D. Nuttall -- ǂg GREEK ROMANCES -- ǂt Shakespeare and Greek romance: 'Like an old tale still' / ǂr Stuart Gillespie -- ǂg GREEK TRAGEDY -- ǂt Shakespeare and Greek tragedy: strange relationship / ǂr Michael Silk -- ǂg PART IV. THE RECEPTION OF SHAKESPEAR'S CLASSICISM -- ǂt 'The English Homer': Shakespeare, Longinus, and English 'neo-classicism' / ǂr David Hopkins -- ǂt 'There is no end but addition': the later reception of Shakespeare's classicism / ǂr Sarah Annes Brown
Control code
54081543
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 319 p.
Isbn
9780521823456
Lccn
2004040405
Label
Shakespeare and the classics, edited by Charles Martindale and A.B. Taylor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 294-310) and index
Contents
ǂg PART I. AN INITIAL PERSPECTIVE -- ǂt Shakespeare and humanistic culture / ǂr Colin Burrow -- ǂg PART II. 'SMALL LATINE' -- ǂg OVID -- ǂt Petruchio is 'Kated': The taming of the shrew and Ovid / ǂr Vanda Zajko -- ǂt Ovid's myths and the unsmooth course of love in A midsummer night's dream / ǂr A.B. Taylor -- ǂt Shakespeare's learned heroines in Ovid's schoolroom / ǂr Heather James -- ǂg VIRGIL -- ǂt Shakespeare and Virgil / ǂr Charles Martindale -- ǂg PLAUTUS AND TERENCE -- ǂt Shakespeare's reception of Plautus reconsidered / ǂr Wolfgang Riehle -- Shakespeare, Plautus, and the discovery of new comic space / ǂr Raphael Lyne -- ǂg SENECA -- ǂt 'Confusion now hath made his masterpiece': Senecan resonances in Macbeth / ǂr Yves Peyre? -- ǂt 'These are the only men': Seneca and monopoly in Hamlet 2.2 / ǂr Erica Sheen -- ǂg PART III. 'LESSE GREEK' -- ǂt 'Character' in Plutarch and Shakespeare: Brutus, Julius Caesar, and Mark Antony / ǂr John Roe -- ǂt Plutarch, Shakespeare, and the alpha males / ǂr Gordon Braden -- ǂg GENERAL -- ǂt Action at a distance: Shakespeare and the Greeks / ǂr A.D. Nuttall -- ǂg GREEK ROMANCES -- ǂt Shakespeare and Greek romance: 'Like an old tale still' / ǂr Stuart Gillespie -- ǂg GREEK TRAGEDY -- ǂt Shakespeare and Greek tragedy: strange relationship / ǂr Michael Silk -- ǂg PART IV. THE RECEPTION OF SHAKESPEAR'S CLASSICISM -- ǂt 'The English Homer': Shakespeare, Longinus, and English 'neo-classicism' / ǂr David Hopkins -- ǂt 'There is no end but addition': the later reception of Shakespeare's classicism / ǂr Sarah Annes Brown
Control code
54081543
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 319 p.
Isbn
9780521823456
Lccn
2004040405

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