6 edition of A Buddhist"s Shakespeare found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 256-269) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR3011 .H68 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||92055109|
His book includes proper names, foreign words and phrases, as well as an extensive introduction that covers everything from how to interpret the entries to scansion dynamics. Designed especially for actors, directors, stage managers, and teachers, The Eloquent Shakespeare is a one-of-a-kind resource for performing Shakespeare’s dramatic : University of Chicago Press. This question is a little like the question of whether Jesus actually existed (not whether he rose from the dead or walked on water, but whether the person referred to in the Gospels was an actual person) And the answer is sort of the same. If we.
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The self-deconstructive nature of Shakespeare's plays brings these affirmative positions forcefully to the surface. In this argument, Howe applies his Buddhist perspective to some key ideas of neo-Marxists, Michel Foucault, and new historicists concerning the relations between literature and society.
This perspective provides new challenges to Author: James Howe. The self-deconstructive nature of Shakespeare's plays brings these affirmative positions forcefully to the surface.
In this argument, Howe applies his Buddhist perspective to some key ideas of neo-Marxists, Michel Foucault, and new historicists concerning the relations between literature and society.
He is known best for the Bunnicula book Pages: Get this from a library. A Buddhist's Shakespeare: affirming self-deconstructions. [James Howe] -- In this volume, James Howe analyzes nine Shakespearean dramatic texts, as well as several examples of Western visual art drawn from the sixth to the seventeenth centuries, from a Buddhist.
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