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Shakespeare and Authority : Citations, Conceptions and Constructions.

By: Halsey, Katie.
Contributor(s): Vine, Angus.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Palgrave Shakespeare Studies: Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (356 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137578532.Subject(s): Authority in literature | Shakespeare, William,-1564-1616-Criticism and interpretationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Shakespeare and Authority : Citations, Conceptions and ConstructionsDDC classification: 822.33 LOC classification: PN715-PN749PN849.G74Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Note on the Text -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1 'Dressed in a Little Brief Authority': Authority Before, During, and After Shakespeare's Plays -- Works Cited -- Part I Defining and Redefining Authority -- Chapter 2 Shakespeare's Authorities -- Works Cited -- Chapter 3 Inside the Elephant's Graveyard: Revising Geoffrey Bullough's Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare -- Invoking Authority -- The Source of the Source -- Revising the Terminology -- Circulations -- The Hamlet Palimpsest -- Works Cited -- Chapter 4 Author and Authority in the OED: Nashe v. Shakespeare -- Ante-Dating Quotations Added to OED Online -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- Works Cited -- Chapter 5 'The King's English' 'Our English'?: Shakespeare and Linguistic Ownership -- Works Cited -- Chapter 6 Foundations of Sovereign Authority: The Example of Shakespearean Political Drama -- Peremptory Bases of Authority: Right and Duty -- Normative Bases of Authority: Justice and Power -- The Second Tetralogy -- The First Tetralogy -- Conclusion -- Works Cited -- Part II Shakespearean Authority -- Chapter 7 'A Trim Reckoning': Accountability and Authority in 1 and 2 Henry IV -- 'A Reckoning Many a Time and Oft' -- A King's Heavy Reckoning -- Works Cited -- Chapter 8 The King's Ring: A Matter of Trust -- Unstable Signifiers -- Presence and Trust -- Works Cited -- Chapter 9 'Constant in any Undertaking': Writing the Lipsian State in Measure for Measure -- Works Cited -- Chapter 10 Duty and Authority: Malvolio, Stewardship and Montague's Household Book -- Works Cited -- Chapter 11 Poetic Authority in Julius Caesar: The Triumph of the Poet-Playwright-Actor -- 'The Poet' -- Nomen est (n)omen -- A Good Poet Is a Good Orator Is a Good Actor -- Repetition as Farce -- Time Is on My Side -- Works Cited.
Part III Shakespeare as Authority -- Chapter 12 Authority of the Actor in the Eighteenth Century -- Succession -- A 'Very Low Ebb' -- Resurrection -- Conclusion: Beyond Garrick -- Works Cited -- Chapter 13 Shakespeare, Rule-Breaking and Artistic Genius: The Case of Sir John Soane -- Works Cited -- Chapter 14 Whose Gothic Bard? Charles Robert Maturin and Contestations of Shakespearean Authority in British/Irish Romantic Culture -- Works Cited -- Chapter 15 Authority, Instrumental Reason and the Fault Lines of Modern Civilization in Peter Brook's Cinematic Rendering of Shakespeare's King Lear -- Works Cited -- Chapter 16 Will Power: Visualising Shakespeare's Authority in Contemporary Culture -- Visualising Shakespeare the Author -- Visualising Shakespeare's Narratives -- Visualising Shakespeare's Language -- Works Cited -- Index.
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Intro -- Note on the Text -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1 'Dressed in a Little Brief Authority': Authority Before, During, and After Shakespeare's Plays -- Works Cited -- Part I Defining and Redefining Authority -- Chapter 2 Shakespeare's Authorities -- Works Cited -- Chapter 3 Inside the Elephant's Graveyard: Revising Geoffrey Bullough's Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare -- Invoking Authority -- The Source of the Source -- Revising the Terminology -- Circulations -- The Hamlet Palimpsest -- Works Cited -- Chapter 4 Author and Authority in the OED: Nashe v. Shakespeare -- Ante-Dating Quotations Added to OED Online -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- Works Cited -- Chapter 5 'The King's English' 'Our English'?: Shakespeare and Linguistic Ownership -- Works Cited -- Chapter 6 Foundations of Sovereign Authority: The Example of Shakespearean Political Drama -- Peremptory Bases of Authority: Right and Duty -- Normative Bases of Authority: Justice and Power -- The Second Tetralogy -- The First Tetralogy -- Conclusion -- Works Cited -- Part II Shakespearean Authority -- Chapter 7 'A Trim Reckoning': Accountability and Authority in 1 and 2 Henry IV -- 'A Reckoning Many a Time and Oft' -- A King's Heavy Reckoning -- Works Cited -- Chapter 8 The King's Ring: A Matter of Trust -- Unstable Signifiers -- Presence and Trust -- Works Cited -- Chapter 9 'Constant in any Undertaking': Writing the Lipsian State in Measure for Measure -- Works Cited -- Chapter 10 Duty and Authority: Malvolio, Stewardship and Montague's Household Book -- Works Cited -- Chapter 11 Poetic Authority in Julius Caesar: The Triumph of the Poet-Playwright-Actor -- 'The Poet' -- Nomen est (n)omen -- A Good Poet Is a Good Orator Is a Good Actor -- Repetition as Farce -- Time Is on My Side -- Works Cited.

Part III Shakespeare as Authority -- Chapter 12 Authority of the Actor in the Eighteenth Century -- Succession -- A 'Very Low Ebb' -- Resurrection -- Conclusion: Beyond Garrick -- Works Cited -- Chapter 13 Shakespeare, Rule-Breaking and Artistic Genius: The Case of Sir John Soane -- Works Cited -- Chapter 14 Whose Gothic Bard? Charles Robert Maturin and Contestations of Shakespearean Authority in British/Irish Romantic Culture -- Works Cited -- Chapter 15 Authority, Instrumental Reason and the Fault Lines of Modern Civilization in Peter Brook's Cinematic Rendering of Shakespeare's King Lear -- Works Cited -- Chapter 16 Will Power: Visualising Shakespeare's Authority in Contemporary Culture -- Visualising Shakespeare the Author -- Visualising Shakespeare's Narratives -- Visualising Shakespeare's Language -- Works Cited -- Index.

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