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by Martha Tuck Rozett
Author: Martha Tuck Rozett
Publisher: Princeton University Press; 1st ed edition (December 21, 1984)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Dramas and Plays
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Originally published in 1984.
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The book is distinguished by substantiation and novelty of the view on a number of key problems of psychic and somatic pathology, imbued with the spirit of scientific optimism and humanism. This is a thoughtful and considerate invitation to a reader to think about a complex system called human-male.
Martha Tuck Rozett is Professor of English at the University at Albany, State University of New York. She is the author of Talking Back to Shakespeare and The Doctrine of Election and the Emergence of Elizabethan Tragedy. Bibliogrāfiskā informācija. Constructing a World: Shakespeare's England and the New Historical Fiction Constructing a World: Shakespeare's England and the New Historical Fiction.
By Martha Tuck Rozett ISBN: 9780691640082. of Elizabethan Tragedy. See all 3 brand new listings. The Doctrine of Election and the Emergence of Elizabethan Tragedy by Martha Tuck Rozett (Hardback, 2017). Brand new: lowest price.
Published by: Princeton University Press. Series: Princeton Legacy Library.
This book is about the way in which Shakespeare's plays have inspired readers to "talk back" and about some of the forms such talking back can .
This book is about the way in which Shakespeare's plays have inspired readers to "talk back" and about some of the forms such talking back can assume. It is also about the way different interpretive communities, including students, read their cultural, political, and moral assumptions into Shakespeare's plays, appropriating and transforming elements of plot, character, and verbal text while challenging what they see as the ideological premises of the plays. Texts that talk back to Shakespeare pose questions, offer alternatives, take liberties, and fill in gaps. Constructing a World: Shakespeare's England and the New Historical Fiction.
Rozett, Martha T. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. The Body Emblazoned: Dissection and the Human Body in Renaissance Culture. London and New York: Routledge, 1996. Literature in Protestant England1560–1660. London and Canberra: Croom Helm, 1983. Faultlines: Cultural Materialism and the Politics of Dissident Reading.
This compelling argument for the link between Calvinism in English religious life and the rise of tragedy on the Elizabethan stage draws on a variety of material, including theological tracts, sermons, and dramatic works beginning with sixteenth-century morality plays and continuing through Marlowe's career and the beginning of Shakespeare's.
Originally published in 1984.
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