Shakespeare in His Context: The Constellated Globe

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Rowman & Littlefield, Jan 1, 1989 - Drama - 207 pages
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'As we expect from Bradbrook, always a pleasantly readable scholar, these papers consistently convey rich, penetrating, informative, durable perspectives on Shakespeare and the English Renaissance. Strongly recommended for all English literature and drama collections in four-year educational institutions and in graduate schools.'
  

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Contents

I What is Shakespeare? Tokyo
3
II The Cause of Wit in Other Men Grahamstown
11
III The Building of Tragic Character in Shakespeare Valencia
24
IV Social Nuances in Shakespeares Early Comedies Oslo
35
V Love and Courtesy in The Two Gentlemen of Verona Verona
44
VI Romeo and Juliet in Performance Valencia
58
VII The Phoenix and Turtle Cambridge
74
VIII The Politics of Pageantry London
95
The Constellated Globe
129
X The Bankside in Elizabethan Times
131
Bull
147
Shakespeare and his Company
165
and King Lear Dover Cliff Earth and Cosmos
179
XIII Guy Butler South African Scene
181
Acknowledgements
203
Books and Essays by Muriel C Bradbrook 197888
205

IX Publication and Performance in Blackfriars Drama Toronto
110

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