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The Staging of Nostalgia. Authors: Hillman, Richard. Placing the plays into dynamic relation with a wide variety of literary, cultural, and political 'intertexts' causes them to signify in ways not previously appreciated, as well as to define neglected features of the staged romance of the period. Equally important is the development of intertextuality as a critical methodology with a particular affinity for the genre and the period.

These essays apply the postmodernist theory of intertextuality to romantic drama of the English Renaissance, including work by Heywood, Beaumont and Fletcher, Ford, and especially Shakespeare. Placing the plays into dynamic relation. Placing the plays into dynamic relation with a wide variety of literary, cultural, and political 'intertexts' causes them to signify in ways not previously appreciated, as well as to define neglected features of the staged romance of the period

Staging of Nostalgia.

Staging of Nostalgia. Palgrave MacMillan UK, Palgrave MacMillan.

Intertextuality and Romance in Renaissance Drama : The Staging of Nostalgia.

Discover more publications, questions and projects in Renaissance Drama

Discover more publications, questions and projects in Renaissance Drama. This is the first book-length study devoted to memory and Shakespeare performance studies, to creatively inaccurate memories (3), written and mechanical records (xix), and the cultural memory enacted in theatrical, cinematic, textual, and museum spaces. The case studies show that the memories of Shakespeare and performance and their intersections are less reliable, most vulnerable, at exactly.

Hillman, Richard, Intertextuality and Romance in Renaissance Drama: The Staging of Nostalgia (1992). Leggatt, Alexander, Shakespeare's Political Drama: The History Plays and the Roman Plays (London: Routledge, 1988). Historical Drama, Themes in Drama (1986). Howard, Jean . The Stage and Social Struggle in Early Modern England (London, 1994). Kahn, Coppelia, Roman Shakespeare: Warriors, Wounds, and Women (London: Routledge, 1997). Miles, Geoffrey, Shakespeare and the Constant Romans (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996). Miola, Robert . Shakespeare and Classical Tragedy: The Influence of Seneca. Kalmey, R. ‘Shakespeare’s Octavius and the Elizabethan Roman History’, SEL (1978), 275-87.

It is the interconnection between similar or related works of literature that reflect and influence an audience's interpretation of the text. Intertextuality is the relation between texts that are inflicted by means of quotations and allusion. Intertextual figures include: allusion, quotation, calque, plagiarism, translation, pastiche and parody.

These essays apply the postmodernist theory of intertextuality to romantic drama of the English Renaissance, including work by Heywood, Beaumont and Fletcher, Ford, and especially Shakespeare. Placing the plays into dynamic relation with a wide variety of literary, cultural, and political 'intertexts' causes them to signify in ways not previously appreciated, as well as to define neglected features of the staged romance of the period. Equally important is the development of intertextuality as a critical methodology with a particular affinity for the genre and the period.
Intertextuality and Romance in Renaissance Drama: The Staging of Nostalgia ebook
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Richard Hillman
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