This volume presents a wide range of recent critical essays exemplifying different approaches to Shakespeare's work in general and Twelfth Night in particular. Essays are written from positions of new historicism, deconstruction, feminism, Marxism, reader response, and others. The introduction, written especially for the volume, makes accessible to students at all levels the diversity of the contemporary study of Shakespeare and its wider importance.
Acknowledgements - General Editors' Preface - Introduction; R.S.White - Shakespeare's Poetical Character in Twelfth Night; G.H.Hartman - Twelfth Night: 'The Morality of Indulgence'; E.Krieger -The Festive Agon: The Politics of Carnival; M.D.Bristol - Power on Display: The Politics of Shakespeare's Genres; L.Tennenhouse - Fiction and Friction; S.Greenblatt - 'And All is Semblative a Woman's Part': Body Politics and Twelfth Night; D.Callaghan - 'What you Will': Social Mobility and Gender in Twelfth Night; C.Malcolmson - Or What You Will; B.Everett - Further Reading - Notes on Contributors - Index
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