- Author:Joan Hartwig
- Publisher:University of Nebraska Press (January 1, 1984)
- Pages:236 pages
- Subcategory:Dramas & Plays
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Shakespeare's Analogical Scene : Parody As Structural Syntax. Book by Hartwig, Joan. ISBN13:9780803223240. Select Format: Hardcover. Release Date:January 1984.
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In book: A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare, p. 81-293. Shakespeare's Analogical Scene: Parody as Structural Syntax. Cite this publication. S Atl Rev. E. F. J. Tucker.
Part of the Palgrave Shakespeare Studies book series (PASHST). Shakespeare’s analogical scene: Parody as structural syntax. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. The character of Cinna-the-poet in Julius Caesar is often considered to represent a form of poetic counter-authority.
The essays in our published pages span the field, including scholarship about new media and early modern race, textual and theater history, ecocritical and posthuman approaches, psychoanalytic and other theories, and archival and historicist work.
Shakespeare's analogical scene. parody as structural syntax. Published 1983 by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln.
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The very forms of sentences and word-combinations may be neutral (ordinary, normal sentences) or expressive (any perceptible deviation from the normal and generally accepted structure of the sentence).