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Jonathan Dollimore

Radical Tragedy

Religion, Ideology and Power in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries

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Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Acknowledgements ix
Foreword by Terry Eagleton x
Introduction to the Third Edition xiv
i September 1914
xiv
ii September 2001
xvi
iii September 1939
xix
iv Art and Humanism
xxii
v Humanism and Materialism
xxv
vi Returns
xxvi
vii Knowledge and Desire
xxx
Notes xxxv
Bibliography xxxvii
Introduction to the Second Edition xli
PART I: RADICAL DRAMA: ITS CONTEXTS AND EMERGENCE
1 Contexts
3(26)
i Literary Criticism: Order versus History
5(4)
ii Ideology, Religion and Renaissance Scepticism
9(8)
iii Ideology and the Decentring of Man
17(2)
iv Secularism versus Nihilism
19(3)
v Censorship
22(3)
vi Inversion and Misrule
25(4)
2 Emergence: Marston`s Antonio Plays
(c. 1599-1601) and Shakespeare`s Troilus and Cressida
(c. 1601-2)
29(24)
i Discontinuous Identity (1)
30(6)
ii Providence and Natural Law (1)
36(4)
iii Discontinuous Identity (2)
40(2)
iv Providence and Natural Law (2)
42(2)
v Ideology and the Absolute
44(3)
vi Social Contradiction and Discontinuous Identity
47(2)
vii Renaissance Man versus Decentred Malcontent
49
PART II: STRUCTURE, MIMESIS, PROVIDENCE
3 Structure: From Resolution to Dislocation
53(17)
i Bradley
53(3)
ii Archer and Eliot
56(3)
iii Coherence and Discontinuity
59(4)
iv Brecht: A Different Reality
63(7)
4 Renaissance Literary Theory: Two Concepts of Mimesis
70(13)
i Poetry versus History
71(2)
ii The Fictive and the Real
73(10)
5 The Disintegration of Providentialist Belief
83(26)
i Atheism and Religious Scepticism
83(4)
ii Providentialism and History
87(3)
iii Organic Providence
90(2)
iv From Mutability to Cosmic Decay
92(7)
v Goodman and Elemental Chaos
99(4)
vi Providence and Protestantism
103(4)
vii Providence, Decay and the Drama
107(2)
6 Dr Faustus (c. 1589-92): Subversion Through Transgression
109(11)
i Limit and Transgression
110(6)
ii Power and the Unitary Soul
116(4)
7 Mustapha (c. 1594-6): Ruined Aesthetic, Ruined Theology
120(14)
i Tragedy, Theology and Cosmic Decay
120(3)
ii Mustapha: Tragedy as Dislocation
123(11)
8 Sejanus (1603): History and Realpolitik
134(5)
i History, Fate, Providence
134(5)
9 The Revenger`s Tragedy (c. 1606): Providence, Parody and Black Camp
139(14)
i Providence and Parody
139(4)
ii Desire and Death
143(10)
PART III: MAN DECENTRED
10 Subjectivity and Social Process
153(29)
i Tragedy, Humanism and the Transcendent Subject
156(2)
ii The Jacobean Displacement of the Subject
158(3)
iii The Essentialist Tradition: Christianity, Stoicism and Renaissance Humanism
161(2)
iv Internal Tensions
163(6)
v Anti-Essentialism in Political Theory and Renaissance Scepticism
169(5)
vi Renaissance Individualism?
174(8)
11 Bussy DÁmhois (c. 1604): A Hero at Court
182(7)
i Shadows and Substance
182(3)
ii Court Power and Native Noblesse
185(4)
12 King Lear (c. 1605-6) and Essentialist Humanism
189(15)
i Redemption and Endurance: Two Sides of Essentialist Humanism
191(4)
ii KingLear: A Materialist Reading
195(7)
iii The Refusal of Closure
202(2)
13 Antony and Cleopatra (c. 1607): Virtus under Erasure
204(14)
i Virtus and History
206(1)
ii Virtus and Realpolitik (1)
207(6)
iii Honour and Policy
213(2)
iv Sexuality and Power
215(3)
14 Coriolanus (c. 1608): The Chariot Wheel and its Dust
218(13)
i Virtus and Realpolitik (2)
218(4)
ii Essentialism and Class War
222(9)
15 The White Devil (1612): Transgression Without Virtue
231(18)
i Religion and State Power
231(1)
ii The Virtuous and the Vicious
232(3)
iii Sexual and Social Exploitation
235(4)
iv The Assertive Woman
239(3)
v The Dispossessed Intellectual
242(2)
vi Living Contradictions
244(5)
PART IV: SUBJECTIVITY: IDEALISM VERSUS MATERIALISM
16 Beyond Essentialist Humanism
249(23)
i Origins of the Transcendent Subject
250(3)
ii Essence and Universal: Enlightenment Transitions
253(3)
iii Discrimination and Subjectivity
256(2)
iv Formative Literary Influences: Pope to Eliot
258(4)
v Existentialism
262(2)
vi Lawrence, Leavis and Individualism
264(5)
vii The Decentred Subject
269(3)
Notes 272(18)
Bibliography of Work Cited 290(17)
Index of Names and Texts 307(4)
Index of Subjects 311
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