Lacanian Interpretations of Shakespeare (Shakespeare Yearbook v. 19)

Lacanian Interpretations of Shakespeare (Shakespeare Yearbook v. 19)

By: Shirley Sharon-Zisser (editor), Douglas A. Brooks (editor)Hardback

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This volume of the "Shakespeare Yearbook" brings together articles centered around the intersections between Lacanian Theory and the literary production of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. The volume will be of interest to psychoanalysts, scholars of Shakespeare and the English Renaissance, rhetoricians and literary theorists, and anyone interested in exploring the resonances of the teaching of Jacques Lacan in our time...

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Introduction; Chapter 1; Lacan and the Renaissance; Shirley Sharon-Zisser; Chapter 2; Rhetorical Erotogenicity:; Shirley Sharon-Zisser; Chapter 3; "An empty body, a ghost, a pale; incubus"; Mark Robson; Chapter 4; Hamlet and Feminine Jouissance; Maire Jaanus; Chapter 5; To be or not to be?: Why Hamlet; takes center stage in the Lacanian; mechanics of perversion; David Sigler; Chapter 6; Lacan, Hamlet, and the Problem; of Mourning; Douglas Trevor; Chapter 7; Tropics of Will; or, who cares; about the subject?; Tracey Sedinger; Chapter 8; "Very Now": Time and the; intersubjective in Othello; David Wood; Chapter 9; "Manifesting Symbolic Necessity":; Sound and the Signifying Chain; Rory G Lukins; Chapter 10; Psychoanalysis, Trauma and; Restoration Culture: The Case of; Tate's Lear; Matthew Biberman; Chapter 11; The Semiotics of Dismemberment; and the Ethics of Spectatorship in; Julie Taymor's Titus; Lucian Ghita; Chapter 12; "And see a fearful sight of blood; and death": Julie Taymor's; Hermeneutics of Violence in Titus; Kristen Lacefield; Chapter 13; How to do the History of Heterosexuality; Will Stockton; Chapter 14; A Sociology of Shakespeare:; Or Scattered Speculations on; Capital, the Symbolic, Social Structure and Agency in Shakespeare's; The Merchant of Venice; Robert Carley; Chapter 15; The Falchion and the Phallus in; Shakespeare's The Rape of Lucrece; Greg Bentley; Chapter 16; Procreation as the mark of loss:; A study of Shakespeare's poetry; Shideh Ahmad-zadeh; Chapter 17; Sidney, Lacan, and the Perverse; Phantasy of Pastoral; Stephen Whitworth; Chapter 18; Critical evanescence: rethinking; early modern subjectivites; Kelly McGuire; Chapter 19; The Flesh and the Word: John; Donne, Desire and the Holy Sonnet; Jeremiah Crotser; Chapter 20; Chastity and Meaning in; The Revenger's Tragedy; Jamie P. Bondar; Chapter 21; Pedringano's Box: Kyd, Lacan, and; the abysmal logic of revenge; Gary A. Schmidt; Chapter 22; Ethics of form: discursive; structure in Richard Hakluyt's; Principal Navigations; Jan Olesen; Chapter 23; Lear to the Letter:; Poe Before Shakespeare,; Derrida Before Lacan; Erin Felicia Labbie.

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  • publication date: 30/06/2010
  • ISBN13: 9780773436664
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 550
  • ID: 9780773436664
  • ISBN10: 0773436669

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