Shakespeare, Cervantes, and Rabelais: New Interpretations and Comparative Studies

Shakespeare, Cervantes, and Rabelais: New Interpretations and Comparative Studies

By: Jose Manuel Gonzalez (editor), Clive Bellis (editor)Hardback

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Papers presented at the Cervantes and Shakespeare seminars that took place from 2005 to 2010 at the University of Alicante.

Contents

Part 1: Critical Approaches to Shakespeare's Plays; Romeo and Juliet and Sex: Elements of Dramatic Design - Stanley Wells; Shakespeare's Conception of Tragedy: The Middle Tragedies - Jay L. Halio; Part 2: Studies in Cervantes' Theatre and Fiction; Towards a New Comedy: Ingenio, Metatheatre, and the Criticism of Lope de Vega in La entretenida and Pedro de Urdemala - Paul Lewis-Smith; The Humours of Don Quixote and Sancho -Jose Maria Ferri; Part 3: Comparative Studies of Cervantes and Shakespeare; 'What learne you by that?': Spain, Shakespeare and the Anxiety of Romance - Andrew Hiscock; Rabelesian Echoes in Shakespeare and Cervantes - John Parkin; Cervantes and Shakespeare: Asymmetrical Conversations - Barry W. Ife; Nihilism and Tragedy in Cervantes and Shakespeare -Jesus G. Maestro > ; 'We are such stuff/ As dreams are made on': Dreaming in Cervantes and Shakespeare -Jose Manuel Gonzalez; Part 4: Staging Cervantes and Shakespeare; In Search of Shakespeare's Lost Play - Greg Doran Directing the Classics - Dennis Rafter.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773436633
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 220
  • ID: 9780773436633
  • ISBN10: 0773436634

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