Shakespeare: His Infinite Variety. Celebrating the 400th Anniversary of His Death. Second Edition - Krystyna Kujawińska Courtney

Shakespeare: His Infinite Variety. Celebrating the 400th Anniversary of His Death. Second Edition

Krystyna Kujawińska Courtney

18,88 zł

Dostępne formaty plików: PDF

Wydawnictwo Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
ISBN 978-83-8142-428-8
Data wydania 2019
Język: Polski
Liczba stron: 207
Rozmiar pliku: 2,5 MB
Zabezpieczenie: Znak wodny
18,88 zł

Dostępne formaty plików: PDF

Opis

The great asset of Shakespeare: His Infinite Variety is its wide historical and geographical range - that is, from the time of the Bard himself to the latest metamorphoses of meanings new electronic media made available. Every reader, depending on his/her age and prior experience with Shakespeare, is at a different moment of this great historical-theoretical continuum of world culture. Everyone can also begin one’s own intellectual journey through cultural history - any time, any place. [...] Despite the once popular but now outdated post-truths, history has not ended. This volume testifies to the benefits of combining historical perspective in its fairly elementary version, which is a linear sequence of events, with an in-depth analysis of the transformations in understanding, exhibiting, and using (appropriating) Shakespeare’s works in our rapidly changing reality.

Prof. Marta Wiszniowska-Majchrzyk

Spis treści

 

Krystyna Kujawińska Courtney – Living Daily with Shakespeare Worldwide 9

REVISITING TEXTS AND CONTEXTS 13

Mario Domenichelli – Shakespeare’s Ideological Conflicts and Rhetorical Battles 15

Xenia Georgopoulou – The Price of Difference: Shakespeare’s Varieties of Bullying 45

PRACTICES AND APPROPRIATIONS 69

Krystyna Kujawinska Courtney – Wojciech Bogusławski’s Hamlet (1798): Positioning Shakespeare in Polish Culture 71

Mark Sokolyansky – Another Look upon Alexander Pushkin’s Role in Appropriation of Shakespeare by Russian Culture 79

Aleksandra Budrewicz – The One Gentleman from Poland. Polonius and 19th Century Polish Translation 87

Sarbani Chaudhury – Bombarding the Headquarters: Academic Tradaptations of Shakespeare in Twenty-First Century Bengal 101

Anna Pietrzykowska-Motyka – Meeting the Binaries: Angela Carter’s Wise Children as a Shakespearean Appropriation 119

NATIONAL AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THEATRE 131

Emi Hamana – Hamlet (2015), Directed by Yukio Ninagawa: Possessed by the Power of Theatre 133

Jana Wild – “The Art of Performance” Staging Hamlet in the Rusyn Language 145

Monika Sosnowska – Azorro Presents: Poland at the Crossroads or Whose Words Are Hamlet’s “words, words, words” 151

THE BARD ON THE NET 169

Grace Ioppolo – Shakespeare and Digital and Social Media 171

WORKS CITED 183

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 195

INDEX OF NAMES AND CHARACTERS 197

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