Alternative Shakespeares, Volume 2
Introducing new debates and new theorists, this collection provides a broad cross-section of contemporary Shakespearen studies, including psychoanalysis, sexual and gender politics, race and new historicism. Shakespeare for the 21st c.Alternative Shakespeares, published in 1985, shook up the world of Shakespearean studies, demythologising Shakespeare and applying new theories to the study of his work. Alternative Shakespeares: Volume 2 investigates Shakespearean criticism over a decade later, introducing new debates and new theorists into the frame.Both established scholars and new names appear here, providing a broad cross-section of contemporary Shakespearean studies, including psychoanalysis, sexual and gender politics, race and new historicism.Alternative Shakespeares: Volume 2 represents the forefront of contemporary Shakespearean studies. This urgently-needed addition to a classic work of literary criticism is one which teachers and scholars will welcome.
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Introduction Terence Hawkes
After the new historicism Steven Mullancy
Cleopatras Seduction Catherine Belsey
Imprints Shakespeare Gutenberg and Descartes Margreta de Grazia
Locating the sexual subject Bruce R Smith
How to read The Merchant of Venice without being heterosexist Alan Sinfield
In what chapter of his bosom? reading Shakespeares bodies Keir Elam
Shakespeare and cultural difference Ania Loomba
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