The Shakespeare Effect: A History of Twentieth-Century Performance

The Shakespeare Effect: A History of Twentieth-Century Performance

English | 1 Sept. 2002 | ISBN: 0333779371 | 232 Pages | PDF | 881.87 KB

This lively and provocative study offers a radical reappraisal of a century of Shakespearean theatre. Topics addressed include modernist Shakespearean performance's relation with psychoanalysis, the hidden gender dynamics of the open stage movement, and the appropriation of Shakespeare himself as a dramatic fiction and theatrical icon.

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