This study explores the relationship between performances of Shakespeareas plays and the ways in which they engage with traumatic events and histories. It investigates the ethical and political implications of attempts to represent trauma in performance, and interrogates a range of narratives about Shakespeare, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, colonization and violence.Barbican Theatre, 132 Barthes, Roland, 128, 130a31, 132 Before the Act, 101 Benjamin, Walter, 65 Bennett, Susan, 93 Bhabha, Homi K., 58, 89. ... 120 Breuer, Josef, 9 Brewer, Mary F., 90 Bristol, Michael D., 19 Brook, Peter, 26, 36, 62 Brown , Georgina, 156n54 Brown, Gordon, ... Jacques, 10, 19, 64, 65, 66a67, 70 De Villiers, Gys, 42 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), 10 a12.
|Title||:||Shakespeare and Trauma|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-02-06|