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by R. Knowles


RONALD KNOWLES is Senior Lecturer in English Literature and has taught at the University of Reading since 1971.

RONALD KNOWLES is Senior Lecturer in English Literature and has taught at the University of Reading since 1971. His recent books include Henry IV 1&2. The Critics Debate', Understanding Harold Pinter and Gulliver's Travels. The Politics of Satire. Series: Early Modern Literature in History.

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This collection of essays reassesses a range of Shakespeare's plays in relation to carnivalesque theory. The plays discussed include: "Henry IV"; "Romeo and Juliet"; "A Midsummer Night's Dream"; "The Merry Wives of Windsor"; "Hamlet"; "Measure For Measure"; "The Winter's Tale"; and "Henry VIII". Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Распространяем знания с 2009.

Shakespeare And Carnival book. Early Modern Literature in History). This book is the first collection to assess a range of Shakespeare's plays in relation to the theory of the carnivalesque.

Early Modern Literature in History. RONALD KNOWLES is Senior Lecturer in English Literature and has taught at the University of Reading since 1971. Early Modern Literature in History. Shakespeare and Carnival.

This collection of essays reassesses a range of Shakespeare's plays in relation to carnivalesque theory. Contributors re-historicize the carnivalesque in different ways, offering both a developed application, or critique of, Bakhtin's thought

Part of the Early Modern Literature in History Series).

De Groot, Jerome, 1975– Royalist identities, Jerome de Groot. p. cm. – (Early modern literature in history) Includes bibliographical references and index.

Anthony Miller ROMAN TRIUMPHS AND EARLY MODERN ENGLISH CULTURE. De Groot, Jerome, 1975– Royalist identities, Jerome de Groot. ISBN 978-1-349-51439-7 1. Great Britain – History – Civil War, 1642–1649 – Historiography. 2. Great Britain – History – Civil War, 1642–1649 – Literature and the war.

The proposed goal in the study concerns with Bakhtin's Carnivalism as the rhizomatic, discriminative, international theory. Thus, Bakhtin's conceptualization of grotesque facilitates the dramatic orientation of love in Anthony and Cleopatra and The Taming of the Shrew, whereby the theme of love gets un-romanticized in these plays.

This collection of essays is the first to reassess a range of Shakespeare's plays in relation to carnivalesque theory. Contributors re-historicize the carnivalesque in different ways, offering both a developed application, or critique of, Bakhtin's thought.
Shakespeare and Carnival: After Bakhtin (Early Modern Literature in History) ebook
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