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Inhaltsangabe: This book comprises ten essays on Shakespearean drama, the majority of which focus on the problem of language and more particularly on issues pertaining to names and their meanings. Four of these essays deal specifically with 'Romeo and Juliet', and examine the work in different sets of terms: as a reply to the aspersions against Shakespeare contained in Greene's 'Groatsworth of Wit', as a representative site for a kind of archaeology of meaning, as an experiment in the poetics of identity, and as a meditation on the interrelation between rival conceptions of time. Other works subjected to extended analyses in independent essays are 'Richard II, Julius Caesar' and 'Macbeth', all of which are interpreted as tragedies of language in which the paradoxes inherent in names and naming are enacted in the personal dilemmas of the protagonists. The final two essays in the volume, comparative rather than exegetical in approach, explore the intricate web of allusion linking 'The Tempest' with Marlowe's 'Doctor Faustus' and Jonson's 'The Alchemist', and consider the contribution that all three plays make to the Renaissance exploration of the role played by art and knowledge in human life.

Biografía del autor: The Author: David Lucking is Professor of English at the University of Lecce, where he teaches both English and Canadian literature. His full-length publications include The Serpent's Part: Narrating the Self in Canadian Literature, Ancestors and Gods: Margaret Laurence and the Dialectics of Identity, Plays upon the Word: Shakespeare's Drama of Language, Beyond Innocence: Literary Transformations of the Fall, and Conrad's Mysteries: Variations on an Archetypal Theme.

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Verlag: Peter Lang Jan 2007 (2007)
ISBN 10: 3039112260 ISBN 13: 9783039112265
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Buchbeschreibung Peter Lang Jan 2007, 2007. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 208x148x15 mm. Neuware - This book comprises ten essays on Shakespearean drama, the majority of which focus on the problem of language and more particularly on issues pertaining to names and their meanings. Four of these essays deal specifically with Romeo and Juliet, and examine the work in different sets of terms: as a reply to the aspersions against Shakespeare contained in Greene's Groatsworth of Wit, as a representative site for a kind of archaeology of meaning, as an experiment in the poetics of identity, and as a meditation on the interrelation between rival conceptions of time. Other works subjected to extended analyses in independent essays are Richard II, Julius Caesar and Macbeth, all of which are interpreted as tragedies of language in which the paradoxes inherent in names and naming are enacted in the personal dilemmas of the protagonists. The final two essays in the volume, comparative rather than exegetical in approach, explore the intricate web of allusion linking The Tempest with Marlowe's Doctor Faustus and Jonson's The Alchemist, and consider the contribution that all three plays make to the Renaissance exploration of the role played by art and knowledge in human life. 233 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783039112265

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