Shakespeare and the Cultures of Performance
Using the tools of theatre history in their investigation into the phenomenology of the performance experience, the essays here also consider the social, ideological and institutional contingencies that determine the production and reception of the living spectacle. The contributors strive to bring better understanding to Shakespeare's imaginative investment in the relationship between theatrical production and the emotional, intellectual and cultural effects of performance broadly defined in social terms.
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Shakespeare and the Theatrical Performance of Rusticity
On the Economic Rhetoric of Revenge in The Merchant
Armado and the Politics
The Pauline Rebuke and Paulinas
Shakespeare and Secular Performance
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