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The tempest : a case study in critical controversy, William Shakespeare ; edited by Gerald Graff, James Phelan

Label
The tempest : a case study in critical controversy
Title
The tempest
Title remainder
a case study in critical controversy
Statement of responsibility
William Shakespeare ; edited by Gerald Graff, James Phelan
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
BTCTA
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1564-1616
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Shakespeare, William
Dewey number
822.33
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR2833.A2
LC item number
G73 2009
Literary form
dramas
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1951-
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  • Graff, Gerald
  • Phelan, James
Series statement
Case studies in critical controversy
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  • Fathers and daughters
  • Political refugees
  • Shipwreck victims
  • Magicians
  • Islands
  • Spirits
  • Caliban (Fictitious character)
  • Shakespeare, William
Label
The tempest : a case study in critical controversy, William Shakespeare ; edited by Gerald Graff, James Phelan
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Part one: Shakespeare and The tempest -- The life and work of William Shakespeare -- The text of The tempest -- Part two: A case study in critical controversy -- Why study critical controversies about The tempest? -- Literary study, politics, and Shakespeare: a debate -- George Will, Literary politics -- Stephen Greenblatt, The best way to kill our literary inheritance is to turn it into a decorous celebration of the new world order -- Sources and contexts -- Michel de Montaigne, from Of the cannibals -- William Strachey, from True repertory of the wrack -- Sylvester Jourdain, from A discovery of the Barmudes -- Richard Hakluyt, Reasons for colonization -- Bartolomé de Las Casas, from Letter to Philip, great prince of Spain -- Daniel Wilson, The monster caliban -- A portfolio of images of caliban -- E.M.W. Tillyard, from The elizabethan world picture -- Ronald Takaki, The "tempest" in the wilderness -- Shakespeare and the power of order -- Frank Kermode, from Shakespeare: the final plays -- Reuben A. Brower, The mirror of analogy: The tempest -- Leah Marcus, The blue-eyed witch -- The challenge of postcolonial criticism -- Paul Brown, "This thing of darkness I acknowledge mine"; The tempest and the discourse of colonialism -- Francis Barker and Peter Hulme, Nymphs and reapers heavily vanish: the discursive con-texts of The tempest -- Aimé Césaire, from A tempest -- Responding to the challenge -- Deborah Willis, Shakespeare's Tempest and the discourse of colonialism -- David Scott Kastan, "The duke of Milan / and his brave son"'; old histories and new in The tempest -- Meredith Anne Skura, Discourse and the individual: the case of colonialism in The tempest -- The challenge of feminist criticism -- Ania Loomba, from Gender, race, renaissance drama -- Ann Thompson, "Miranda, where's your sister?": reading Shakespeare's The tempest -- Writing about critical controversy and The tempest
Control code
ocn233936298
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
x, 422 p.
Isbn
9780312457525
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2008934228
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)233936298
Label
The tempest : a case study in critical controversy, William Shakespeare ; edited by Gerald Graff, James Phelan
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Part one: Shakespeare and The tempest -- The life and work of William Shakespeare -- The text of The tempest -- Part two: A case study in critical controversy -- Why study critical controversies about The tempest? -- Literary study, politics, and Shakespeare: a debate -- George Will, Literary politics -- Stephen Greenblatt, The best way to kill our literary inheritance is to turn it into a decorous celebration of the new world order -- Sources and contexts -- Michel de Montaigne, from Of the cannibals -- William Strachey, from True repertory of the wrack -- Sylvester Jourdain, from A discovery of the Barmudes -- Richard Hakluyt, Reasons for colonization -- Bartolomé de Las Casas, from Letter to Philip, great prince of Spain -- Daniel Wilson, The monster caliban -- A portfolio of images of caliban -- E.M.W. Tillyard, from The elizabethan world picture -- Ronald Takaki, The "tempest" in the wilderness -- Shakespeare and the power of order -- Frank Kermode, from Shakespeare: the final plays -- Reuben A. Brower, The mirror of analogy: The tempest -- Leah Marcus, The blue-eyed witch -- The challenge of postcolonial criticism -- Paul Brown, "This thing of darkness I acknowledge mine"; The tempest and the discourse of colonialism -- Francis Barker and Peter Hulme, Nymphs and reapers heavily vanish: the discursive con-texts of The tempest -- Aimé Césaire, from A tempest -- Responding to the challenge -- Deborah Willis, Shakespeare's Tempest and the discourse of colonialism -- David Scott Kastan, "The duke of Milan / and his brave son"'; old histories and new in The tempest -- Meredith Anne Skura, Discourse and the individual: the case of colonialism in The tempest -- The challenge of feminist criticism -- Ania Loomba, from Gender, race, renaissance drama -- Ann Thompson, "Miranda, where's your sister?": reading Shakespeare's The tempest -- Writing about critical controversy and The tempest
Control code
ocn233936298
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
x, 422 p.
Isbn
9780312457525
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2008934228
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)233936298

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