This book is a concise single volume guide to studying Shakespeare, covering practical as well as theoretical issues. The text deals with the major topics on a chapter-by-chapter basis, starting with why we study Shakespeare, through Shakespeare and multimedia, to a final chapter on Shakespeare and Theory. Current trends and recent developments in Shakespearean studies are also discussed, with an emphasis on the contextualisation of Shakespeare, historical appropriations of his work and the debate concerning his place in the literary canon. Extensive reference is made to a variety of developing media, e.g. film, audio cassette, video, CD-Rom and global digital networks, bringing the study of Shakespeare into the twentieth century.A Practical Introduction Katherine Armstrong, Graham Atkin ... Discuss the question critically with yourself, as described in the earlier chapter, a#39;Discussing Shakespearea#39;, and do not feel that you have to accept the authority of ... Aim to spend all but a few minutes writing, with just a minute or two left over for final checking.
|Author||:||Katherine Armstrong, Graham Atkin|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-07-15|