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A feminist companion to Shakespeare / edited by Dympna Callaghan.

Contributor(s): Callaghan, Dympna [edt, aui] | Fleming, Juliet [aut] | Romack, Katherine M [aut] | Rackin, Phyllis [aut] | Maguire, Laurie E [aut] | Hendricks, Margo [aut] | Suzuki, Mihoko [aut] | Singh, Jyotsna G [aut] | Loomba, Ania [aut] | MacDonald, Joyce Green [aut] | Sachdev, Rachana [aut] | Albanese, Denise [aut] | Dusinberre, Juliet [aut] | Smith, Molly [aut] | Neely, Carol Thomas [aut] | Jankowski, Theodora A [aut] | Zimmerman, Susan [aut] | Kaplan, M. Lindsay [aut] | Berry, Philippa [aut] | Kamaralli, Anna [aut] | Loughnane, Rory [aut] | DiGangi, Mario [aut] | Burnette, Amy K [aut] | Howard, Jean E [aut] | Karim‐Cooper, Farah [aut] | Hopkins, Lisa [aut] | Thompson, Ayanna [aut] | Iyengar, Sujata [aut] | Winkler, Amanda Eubanks [aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Blackwell companions to literature and culture.Publisher: Chichester : Wiley Blackwell, 2016Edition: 2nd ed.Description: [xx], 561 str. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781118501269.Subject(s): Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Criticism and interpretation | Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Characters -- Women | Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Political and social views | Feminism and literature -- England -- History -- 16th century | Feminism and literature -- England -- History -- 17th century | Women and literature -- England -- History -- 16th century | Women and literature -- England -- History -- 17th century | Sex role in literature | Women in literature | Shakespeare, William ženski likovi | Shakespeare, William politički i društveni pogledi | uloga spola u književnosti | feminizam i književnost | žene i književnost | žene u književnosti | feminizam i književnostAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Feminist companion to Shakespeare.Online resources: Recenzija (Jennifer Lewin)
Contents:
Str. xvii: Preface to the second ed.
Introduction ( Pages: 1-18) / Dympna Callaghan
Part I : The History of Feminist Shakespeare Criticism
The Ladies’ Shakespeare ( Pages: 19-38) / Juliet Fleming
Margaret Cavendish, Shakespeare Critic ( Pages: 39-59) / Katherine M. Romack
Misogyny Is Everywhere ( Pages: 60-74) / Phyllis Rackin
Part II : Text and Language
Feminist Editing and the Body of the Text ( Pages: 75-97) / Laurie E. Maguire
“A word, sweet Lucrece”: Confession, Feminism, and The Rape of Lucrece ( Pages: 121-136) / Margo Hendricks
Part III : Social Economies
Gender, Class, and the Ideology of Comic Form: Much Ado about Nothing and Twelfth Night ( Pages: 137-161) / Mihoko Suzuki
Gendered “Gifts” in Shakespeare's Belmont: The Economies of Exchange in Early Modern England ( Pages: 162-178) / Jyotsna G. Singh
Part IV : Race and Colonialism
The Great Indian Vanishing Trick – Colonialism, Property, and the Family in A Midsummer Night's Dream ( Pages: 179-205) / Ania Loomba
Black Ram, White Ewe: Shakespeare, Race, and Women ( Pages: 206-225) / Joyce Green MacDonald
Sycorax in Algiers: Cultural Politics and Gynecology in Early Modern England ( Pages: 226-243) / Rachana Sachdev
Black and White, and Dread All Over: The Shakespeare Theatre's “Photonegative” Othello and the Body of Desdemona ( Pages: 244-265) / Denise Albanese
Part V : Performing Sexuality
Women and Boys Playing Shakespeare ( Pages: 267-280) / Juliet Dusinberre
Mutant Scenes and “Minor” Conflicts in Richard II ( Pages: 281-293) / Molly Smith
Lovesickness, Gender, and Subjectivity: Twelfth Night and As You Like It ( Pages: 294-317) / Carol Thomas Neely
… in the Lesbian Void: Woman–Woman Eroticism in Shakespeare's Plays ( Pages: 318-338) / Theodora A. Jankowski
Duncan's Corpse ( Pages: 339-358) / Susan Zimmerman
Part VI : Religion
Others and Lovers in The Merchant of Venice ( Pages: 359-377) / M. Lindsay Kaplan
Between Idolatry and Astrology: Modes of Temporal Repetition in Romeo and Juliet ( Pages: 378-392) / Philippa Berry
Part VII : Character, Genre, History
Putting on the Destined Livery: Isabella, Cressida, and our Virgin/Whore Obsession ( Pages: 393-410) / Anna Kamaralli
The Virginity Dialogue in All's Well That Ends Well: Feminism, Editing, and Adaptation ( Pages: 411-427) / Rory Loughnane
Competitive Mourning and Female Agency in Richard III ( Pages: 428-439) / Mario DiGangi
Bearing Death in The Winter's Tale ( Pages: 440-456) / Amy K. Burnette
Monarchs Who Cry: The Gendered Politics of Weeping in the English History Play ( Pages: 457-466) / Jean E. Howard
Shakespeare's Women and the Crisis of Beauty ( Pages: 467-480) / Farah Karim‐Cooper
Part VIII : Appropriating Women, Appropriating Shakespeare
Women and Land: Henry VIII ( Pages: 481-493) / Lisa Hopkins
Desdemona: Toni Morrison's Response to Othello ( Pages: 494-506) / Ayanna Thompson
Woman‐Crafted Shakespeares: Appropriation, Intermediality, and Womanist Aesthetics ( Pages: 507-519) / Sujata Iyengar
A Thousand Voices: Performing Ariel ( Pages: 520-538) / Amanda Eubanks Winkler
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Str. xvii: Preface to the second ed.

Introduction ( Pages: 1-18) / Dympna Callaghan

Part I : The History of Feminist Shakespeare Criticism

The Ladies’ Shakespeare ( Pages: 19-38) / Juliet Fleming

Margaret Cavendish, Shakespeare Critic ( Pages: 39-59) / Katherine M. Romack

Misogyny Is Everywhere ( Pages: 60-74) / Phyllis Rackin

Part II : Text and Language

Feminist Editing and the Body of the Text ( Pages: 75-97) / Laurie E. Maguire

“A word, sweet Lucrece”: Confession, Feminism, and The Rape of Lucrece ( Pages: 121-136) / Margo Hendricks

Part III : Social Economies

Gender, Class, and the Ideology of Comic Form: Much Ado about Nothing and Twelfth Night ( Pages: 137-161) / Mihoko Suzuki

Gendered “Gifts” in Shakespeare's Belmont: The Economies of Exchange in Early Modern England ( Pages: 162-178) / Jyotsna G. Singh

Part IV : Race and Colonialism

The Great Indian Vanishing Trick – Colonialism, Property, and the Family in A Midsummer Night's Dream ( Pages: 179-205) / Ania Loomba

Black Ram, White Ewe: Shakespeare, Race, and Women ( Pages: 206-225) / Joyce Green MacDonald

Sycorax in Algiers: Cultural Politics and Gynecology in Early Modern England ( Pages: 226-243) / Rachana Sachdev

Black and White, and Dread All Over: The Shakespeare Theatre's “Photonegative” Othello and the Body of Desdemona ( Pages: 244-265) / Denise Albanese

Part V : Performing Sexuality

Women and Boys Playing Shakespeare ( Pages: 267-280) / Juliet Dusinberre

Mutant Scenes and “Minor” Conflicts in Richard II ( Pages: 281-293) / Molly Smith

Lovesickness, Gender, and Subjectivity: Twelfth Night and As You Like It ( Pages: 294-317) / Carol Thomas Neely

… in the Lesbian Void: Woman–Woman Eroticism in Shakespeare's Plays ( Pages: 318-338) / Theodora A. Jankowski

Duncan's Corpse ( Pages: 339-358) / Susan Zimmerman

Part VI : Religion

Others and Lovers in The Merchant of Venice ( Pages: 359-377) / M. Lindsay Kaplan

Between Idolatry and Astrology: Modes of Temporal Repetition in Romeo and Juliet ( Pages: 378-392) / Philippa Berry

Part VII : Character, Genre, History

Putting on the Destined Livery: Isabella, Cressida, and our Virgin/Whore Obsession ( Pages: 393-410) / Anna Kamaralli

The Virginity Dialogue in All's Well That Ends Well: Feminism, Editing, and Adaptation ( Pages: 411-427) / Rory Loughnane

Competitive Mourning and Female Agency in Richard III ( Pages: 428-439) / Mario DiGangi

Bearing Death in The Winter's Tale ( Pages: 440-456) / Amy K. Burnette

Monarchs Who Cry: The Gendered Politics of Weeping in the English History Play ( Pages: 457-466) / Jean E. Howard

Shakespeare's Women and the Crisis of Beauty ( Pages: 467-480) / Farah Karim‐Cooper

Part VIII : Appropriating Women, Appropriating Shakespeare

Women and Land: Henry VIII ( Pages: 481-493) / Lisa Hopkins

Desdemona: Toni Morrison's Response to Othello ( Pages: 494-506) / Ayanna Thompson

Woman‐Crafted Shakespeares: Appropriation, Intermediality, and Womanist Aesthetics ( Pages: 507-519) / Sujata Iyengar

A Thousand Voices: Performing Ariel ( Pages: 520-538) / Amanda Eubanks Winkler

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