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Shakespeare Survey 72

Volume 72. Shakespeare and War

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Ramona Wray, Randall Martin, Elisabetta Tarantino, Michael Hattaway, Ros King, Eoin Price, Irene Makaryk, Reiko Oya, Zoltán Márkus, Diana Henderson, Christina Wald, Gabriel Egan, Lisa Hopkins, Melissa Croteau, Elizabeth Mazzola, Michael Graham, Samuel Fallon, Peter Smith, Elena Pellone, David Schalkwyk, Sonya Freeman Loftis, Judith Rosenheim, Stephen Purcell, Paul Prescott, James Shaw, Charlotte Scott, Russell Jackson, Peter Kirwan
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  • Publication planned for: September 2019
  • availability: Not yet published - available from September 2019
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108499286

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  • The 72nd in the annual series of volumes devoted to Shakespeare study and production. The articles are drawn from the programme of the International Shakespeare Conference held in Stratford-upon-Avon in the summer of 2018. The theme is 'Shakespeare and War'.

    • A new editor, Emma Smith, of Hertford College, Oxford, takes over editing from Peter Holland, from volume 72
    • The lively and always current theme of Shakespeare and War occupies most of the articles in this issue
    • A substantial review section covers books published on Shakespeare during 2018 and productions both in and beyond London
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    • Publication planned for: September 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108499286
    • dimensions: 246 x 189 mm
    • contains: 34 b/w illus. 5 tables 6 music examples
    • availability: Not yet published - available from September 2019
  • Table of Contents

    List of illustrations
    1. Henry V after the War on Terror Ramona Wray
    2. Economies of gunpowder and ecologies of peace: accounting for sustainability
    Randall Martin
    3. Shakespeare and religious war: new developments on the Italian sources of Twelfth Night Elisabetta Tarantino
    4. 'Thou laidst no sieges to the music-room': anatomising wars, staging battles Michael Hattaway
    5. Shakespearian narratives of war: trauma
    repetition
    and metaphor Ros King
    6. War without Shakespeare: reading Shakespearean absence, 1642–1649 Eoin Price
    7. Antic dispositions: Shakespeare, war, and cabaret Irene Makaryk
    8. The comedy of Hamlet in Nazi-occupied Warsaw: an exploration of Lubitsch's To be or not to be (1942) Reiko Oya
    9. The lion and the lamb: Hamlet in London during World War II Zoltán Márkus
    10. Dividing to conquer or joining the ReSisters: Shakespeare's Lady Anne (and Woolf's Three Guineas) in the wake of #MeToo Diana Henderson
    11. The Homeland of Coriolanus: war homecomings between Shakespeare's stage and current complex TV Christina Wald
    12. Scholarly method, truth, and evidence in Shakespearian textual studies Gabriel Egan
    13. Beautiful polecats: the living and the dead in Julius Caesar Lisa Hopkins
    14. Ancient aesthetics and current conflicts: Indian Rasa theory and Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider (2014) Melissa Croteau
    15. Failure to thrive Elizabeth Mazzola
    16. Tippett's Tempest: Shakespeare in The Knot Garden Michael Graham
    17. Tautological character: Troilus and Cressida and the problems of personation Samuel Fallon
    18. 'Rude wind': King Lear – canonicity versus physicality Peter Smith
    19. Content but also unwell: distributed character and language in The Merchant of Venice Elena Pellone and David Schalkwyk
    20. This autistic island's mine: neurodiversity, autistic culture, and the Hunter Heartbeat Method Sonya Freeman Loftis
    21. The Senecan tragedy of Feste in Twelfth Night Judith Rosenheim
    22. Shakespearean performance in England, 2018 Stephen Purcell and Paul Prescott
    23. Professional Shakespeare productions in the British Isles, 2017 James Shaw
    24. The year's contribution to Shakespeare studies: critical studies reviewed by Charlotte Scott
    Shakespeare in performance reviewed by Russell Jackson
    Editions and textual studies reviewed by Peter Kirwan
    Abstracts.

  • Editor

    Emma Smith, University of Oxford
    Emma Smith is Director of English Studies at Hertford College, Oxford. She has a broad range of Shakespearean expertise, in terms of performance, criticism and the preparation of textual editions, and has written for students, theatregoers and scholars. Her list of publications includes a performance edition of King Henry V (Cambridge, 2002). She co-edited The Cambridge Companion to English Renaissance Tragedy (Cambridge, 2010). For undergraduate readers she wrote The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare (Cambridge, 2007) and The Cambridge Shakespeare Guide (Cambridge, 2012). More recently she has turned her attention to the cultural history of the First Folio, and published a book with the Bodleian Library to accompany the 2016 touring exhibition; in the same year she published The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare's First Folio (Cambridge, 2016).

    Contributors

    Ramona Wray, Randall Martin, Elisabetta Tarantino, Michael Hattaway, Ros King, Eoin Price, Irene Makaryk, Reiko Oya, Zoltán Márkus, Diana Henderson, Christina Wald, Gabriel Egan, Lisa Hopkins, Melissa Croteau, Elizabeth Mazzola, Michael Graham, Samuel Fallon, Peter Smith, Elena Pellone, David Schalkwyk, Sonya Freeman Loftis, Judith Rosenheim, Stephen Purcell, Paul Prescott, James Shaw, Charlotte Scott, Russell Jackson, Peter Kirwan

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