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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Willy Maley,Andrew Murphy
  • ISBN:
    0719066379
  • ISBN13:
    978-0719066375
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    Manchester University Press; UK ed. edition (February 10, 2005)
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    224 pages
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Shakespeare and Scotland book.

Shakespeare and Scotland book. He is Professor of Renaissance Studies at the University of Glasgow, Fellow of the English Association (FEA), and founder, with Philip Hobsbaum, of Glasgow's Creative Writing programme. He writes on early modern English literature from Spenser to Milton, and on modern Scottish and Irish writing.

The influence of Scotland on Shakespeare's writing, and later on his reception, is set alongside the dramatic effects that his work had on the . Shakespeare and Scotland.

The influence of Scotland on Shakespeare's writing, and later on his reception, is set alongside the dramatic effects that his work had on the development of Scottish literature, from the Globe to globalization, and from Captain Jamy and King James to radical productions at the Citizens' Theatre in Glasgow. Pages displayed by permission of Manchester University Press.

Maley is Professor of Renaissance Studies at the University of Glasgow, Fellow of the English Association (FEA), and founder, with Philip Hobsbaum, of Glasgow's Creative Writing programme. He is a prolific author on subjects including early modern English literature from Spenser to Milton, and on modern Scottish and Irish writing.

Willy Maley, Andrew Murphy

Willy Maley, Andrew Murphy. Shakespeare and Scotland is a timely collection of new essays in which leading scholars on both sides of the Atlantic address a neglected national context for an exemplary body of dramatic work too often viewed within a narrow English milieu or against a broad British backdrop. These essays explore, from a variety of critical perspectives, the playwright's place in Scotland and the place of Scotland in his work.

April 1998 · Cahiers Elisabethains. Article April 2011 · Shakespeare.

Murphy, Andrew, Maley, Willy.

Shakespeare and Scotland is a collection of specially commissioned essays by major critics on both sides of the Atlantic. Together they explore, from a variety of critical perspectives, the playwright's place in Scotland, and the place of Scotland in his work. Manchester University Press. Murphy, Andrew, Maley, Willy.

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Willy Maley, Andrew Murphy. Стр. 168 12 A catalogue of curious and valuable books, to be disposed of by way of sale, ( the lowest price being marked at each book), at the shop of Alexander Donaldson, the first fore-stair above the entry to the Royal Bank, Edinburgh 168 Andrew. 169 first fore-stair above the entry to the Royal Bank, Edinburgh (Edinburgh: Donaldson, 1753), p. 46, items 1 1 13 and 1 1 14.

Willy Maley,Rory Loughnane. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. The essays in this volume cohere in a wide-ranging treatment of Shakespeare's direct and oblique references to the archipelago, and the problematic issue of national identity. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate

Shakespeare and Scotland by Willy Maley, Andrew Murphy, 2004, Manchester University Press, Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave . Are you sure you want to remove Shakespeare and Scotland from your list? Shakespeare and Scotland. by Willy Maley, Andrew Murphy.

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Shakespeare and Scotland is a timely collection of new essays in which leading scholars on both sides of the Atlantic address a neglected national context for an exemplary body of dramatic work too often viewed within a narrow English milieu or against a broad British backdrop. These essays explore, from a variety of critical perspectives, the playwright's place in Scotland and the place of Scotland in his work. From critical reception to dramatic and cinematic adaptation, the contributors engage with the complexity of Shakespeare's Scotland and Scotland's Shakespeare. The influence of Scotland on Shakespeare's writing, and later on his reception, is set alongside the dramatic effects that Shakespeare's work had on the development of Scottish literature, from the Globe to globalisation, and from Captain Jamy and King James to radical productions at the Citizens' Theatre in Glasgow.