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In The Duchess of Malfi, John Webster reworked the idea of a female tragic protagonist explored in his earlier and less well-received play The White Devil. In the play, which is still much performed today, Webster addresses questions of court corruption, political scandal and the most important issue of the status of women in Jacobean England. This well chosen selection of...
cena: 117,59
    
Duchess of Malfi
 Shakespeare's Sonnets Dympna Callaghan 9781405113984
This introduction provides a concise overview of the central issues and critical responses to Shakespeare's sonnets, looking at the themes, images, and structure of his work, as well as the social and historical circumstances surrounding their creation.

  • Explores the biographical mystery of the identities of the characters addressed.
  • Examines the...
cena: 124,68
    
Shakespeare's Sonnets
 Who Was William Shakespeare: An Introduction to the Life and Works Callaghan, Dympna 9780470658468

A new study of Shakespeare's life and times, which illuminates our understanding and appreciation of his works.

  • Combines an accessible fully historicised treatment of both the life and the plays, suited to both undergraduate and popular audiences
  • Looks at 24 of the most significant plays and the sonnets through the lens of various aspects of Shakespeare's life and...
cena: 302,37
    
Who Was William Shakespeare: An Introduction to the Life and Works
 Hamlet: Language and Writing Dympna Callaghan 9781408154892
This lively and informative guide reveals Hamlet as marking a turning point in Shakespeare's use of language and dramatic form as well as addressing the key problem at the play's core: Hamlet's inaction. It also looks at recent critical approaches to the play and its theatre history, including the recent David Tennant / RSC Hamlet on both stage and TV screen.
cena: 72,04
    
Hamlet: Language and Writing
 Shakespeare's Sonnets Dympna Callaghan 9781405113977
This introduction provides a concise overview of the central issues and critical responses to Shakespeare's sonnets, looking at the themes, images, and structure of his work, as well as the social and historical circumstances surrounding their creation.

  • Explores the biographical mystery of the identities of the characters addressed.
  • Examines the...
cena: 302,37
    
Shakespeare's Sonnets
 Who Was William Shakespeare?: An Introduction to the Life and Works Callaghan, Dympna 9780470658475

A new study of Shakespeare's life and times, which illuminates our understanding and appreciation of his works.

  • Combines an accessible fully historicised treatment of both the life and the plays, suited to both undergraduate and popular audiences
  • Looks at 24 of the most significant plays and the sonnets through the lens of various aspects of Shakespeare's life and...
cena: 101,90
    
Who Was William Shakespeare?: An Introduction to the Life and Works
 The Impact of Feminism in English Renaissance Studies Dympna C. Callaghan 9781403992123
The essays in this exciting and important volume move away both from the notion that women are excluded victims, and from the more recent over-compensation for that position. Instead, it steadies the pendulum and takes its impetus from the recognition that the energy of feminism now resides in its full integration into and with other knowledge.
cena: 482,58
    
The Impact of Feminism in English Renaissance Studies
 Shakespeare Without Women Dympna C. Callaghan 9780415202329
This text studies female impersonation and the connections between dramatic and political representation in Shakespeare's plays. The author explores what it means to secure cultural and political representation in patriarchy for women and other oppressed groups. The book centres on the abscence of women and uses the problem of female impersonation in Shakespeare to focus on wider problems in...
cena: 239,40
    
Shakespeare Without Women
 King Richard III: Language and Writing Rebecca Lemon Dympna Callaghan 9781474253352
Planowany termin premiery książki: 08-02-2018
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293,27
    
King Richard III: Language and Writing
 Antony and Cleopatra: Language and Writing Virginia Vaughan Dympna Callaghan 9781472504999

Reading Antony and Cleopatra is particularly challenging because of Shakespeare's masterful embodiment of Rome and Egypt's contrasting worlds in language, structure, and characterization.
Instead of seeing the interaction of Roman and Egyptian perspectives in Antony and Cleopatra as a type of double image of reality that changes as one moves from one location to another, students...

cena: 72,04
    
Antony and Cleopatra: Language and Writing
 Much ADO about Nothing: Language and Writing Indira Ghose Dympna Callaghan 9781472580986

Much Ado About Nothing presents a world of glittering surfaces and exquisite social performances. The language of the play sparkles with a fireworks of wit and dazzling bouts of repartee, most memorably in the "merry war" of words between the reluctant lovers, Benedick and Beatrice. A closer look at the language of the play, however, reveals it to be laced with violence and charged with...

Planowany termin premiery książki: 16-11-2017
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308,70
293,27
    
Much ADO about Nothing: Language and Writing
 King Richard III: Language and Writing Rebecca Lemon Dympna Callaghan 9781474253345
Planowany termin premiery książki: 08-02-2018
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King Richard III: Language and Writing
 Much ADO about Nothing: Language and Writing Indira Ghose Dympna Callaghan 9781472580979

Much Ado About Nothing presents a world of glittering surfaces and exquisite social performances. The language of the play sparkles with a fireworks of wit and dazzling bouts of repartee, most memorably in the "merry war" of words between the reluctant lovers, Benedick and Beatrice. A closer look at the language of the play, however, reveals it to be laced with violence and charged with...

Planowany termin premiery książki: 16-11-2017
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Much ADO about Nothing: Language and Writing
 The Merchant of Venice: Language and Writing Douglas M. Lanier Dympna Callaghan 9781472571496

Shakespeare's engagement with anti-Semitic tradition is a notoriously disturbing feature of The Merchant of Venice. Douglas Lanier carefully shows how Shakespeare shuttles between language that emphasises irreconcilable differences, and language that emphasizes common humanity, and how you can productively analyse this language for yourself.The language of business-of monetary value,...

cena: 158,13
    
The Merchant of Venice: Language and Writing
 The Merchant of Venice: Language and Writing Douglas M. Lanier Dympna Callaghan 9781472571489

Shakespeare's engagement with anti-Semitic tradition is a notoriously disturbing feature of The Merchant of Venice. Douglas Lanier carefully shows how Shakespeare shuttles between language that emphasises irreconcilable differences, and language that emphasizes common humanity, and how you can productively analyse this language for yourself.The language of business-of monetary value,...

cena: 56,86
    
The Merchant of Venice: Language and Writing
 Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture: Emerging Subjects Valerie Traub M. Lindsay Kaplan Dympna C. Callaghan 9780521558198
How did the new developments of the Renaissance affect the way women were understood by men and the way they understood themselves? Addressing a wide range of issues across Renaissance culture--humanism, technology, science, anatomy, literacy, theater, domesticity, colonialism, and sex--this collection of essays attempts to answer that question. In doing so, the authors discover that the female...
cena: 223,51
    
Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture: Emerging Subjects
 The Weyward Sisters: Innovation and the Management of Technology Dympna C. Callaghan Lorraine Rae Helms Jyotsna G. Singh 9780631177982
In this fresh alternative to traditional Shakespeare studies, Dympna Callaghan, Lorraine Helms, and Jyotsna Singh address Shakespeare's works in terms of, amongst other things, the feminist history of sexuality, the ideology of romantic love, and feminist interventions in performance. Their objective is to produce new interpretations of the plays by locating them at the intersections of a range...
cena: 165,68
    
The Weyward Sisters: Innovation and the Management of Technology