Shakespeare's Ghost Writers: Literature as Uncanny Causality

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Methuen, Jan 1, 1987 - Drama - 203 pages
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The plays of Shakespeare are filled with ghosts--and ghost writing. In "Shakespeare's Ghost Writers," Marjorie Garber begins with an examination of the authorship controversy surrounding Shakespeare: the claim made repeatedly that the plays were ghostwritten. Garber asks what is at stake in the imputation that "Shakespeare" did not write the plays and argues that the plays themselves both thematize and theorize that controversy.

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This is a satisfying follow-up to the other two books in the Moonsinger series, and definitely deserving of a read. On to book number four... Read full review

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Marjorie Garber is the William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of English at Harvard University and Director of the Humanities Center in the Faculty of Arts and Science. She is the author of author of eight books and the editor of several collections of essays. Her most recent book is Quotation Marks(2002).

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