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McMullan, Gordon Shakespeare and the Idea of Late Writing
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Gordon McMullan

Shakespeare and the Idea of Late Writing

Authorship in the Proximity of Death

€ 138.55



Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Acknowledgements ix
Introduction 1
1 Shakespeare and the idea of late writing: authorship in the proximity of death 24
1.1 La derni p ode
24
1.2 Late style in the wake of war: Neumann, Broch, Adorno
32
1.3 The shapes of lateness
42
1.4 Late Shakespeare
50
1.5 Shakespeare and the idea of late writing
60
2 The Shakespearean caesura: genre, chronology, style 65
2.1 A question of genre
66
2.2 A question of chronology
78
2.3 A question of style
104
3 The invention of late Shakespeare: subjectivism and its discontents 127
3.1 `Dramatick perfection`: Malone and the establishment of a chronology
128
3.2 Inventing late Shakespeare from Coleridge to Dowden
136
3.3 The backlash: (post)subjectivism from Strachey to Bond
160
3.4 `A certain mastery`: Henry James and the elusive late Shakespeare
168
4 Last words/late plays: the possibility and impossibility of late Shakespeare in early modern culture and theatre 190
4.1 Premodern endings
193
4.2 The Shakespearean swan song
202
4.3 Last words
215
4.4 Late style and the conditions of theatrical production in early modern London
225
5 How old is `late`? Late Shakespeare, old age, King Lear 259
5.1 Old-age style
260
5.2 Old-age style without old age
271
5.3 Shakespeare`s middle years
284
5.4 `I have a journey, sir, shortly to go`: King Lear as a late play
294
5.5 Kings and desperate men
314
6 The Tempest and the uses of late Shakespeare in the theatre: Gielgud, Rylance, Prospero 318
6.1 Theatre of complicity
320
6.2 Lateness and the mid-life crisis
327
6.3 Performing late selfhood: Gielgud, Prospero, Shakespeare
331
6.4 Authorship and authenticity: Rylance, Prospero, Shakespeare
337
6.5 Postscript: late style in Australia: Bell, Prospero, Shakespeare
350
Notes 354
Index 394
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Hardback
414 pagina's
Januari 2007
794 gram
241 x 159 x 32 mm
CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR us


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