What's the worst thing you can do to Shakespeare? The answer is simple: don't read him. To that end, Richard Burt and Julian Yates embark here on a project of un/reading the Bard, through reverent and irreverent discourse. Addressing recent critical debates around problems of print and performance, works in media theory and deconstruction, and film adaptations, the chapters uncover areas of confluence and reveal the inventive ways in which these areas respond to each other. Ultimately, this book turns conventional challenges into a roadmap for textual analysis and a thorough reconsideration of the plays in light of their absorption into global culture.Geoffrey Bennington(Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2009)and The Beast ... The Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics, the structure of survivance comestocomprehend questions of archiving, ... Strangely McCleoda#39;s essay seemstohave fallen out of circulation and tends not to appearin bibliographies where oneanbsp;...
|Title||:||What's The Worst Thing You Can Do To Shakespeare?|
|Author||:||Richard Burt, Julian Yates|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-07-18|