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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    A. Thorne
  • ISBN:
    0333659392
  • ISBN13:
    978-0333659397
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 2000 edition (August 1, 2000)
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    290 pages
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    History & Criticism
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There is much to admire in Vision and Rhetoric in Shakespeare, especially the chapter on Hamlet.

price for USA in USD (gross). There is much to admire in Vision and Rhetoric in Shakespeare, especially the chapter on Hamlet. Times Literarary Supplement a scrupulously argued book. an extensive analysis of English and Italian aesthetic theory. Andrew Hadfield, Times Literary Supplement.

First published in the United States of America 2000 by ST. MARTIN’S PRESS, LLC, Scholarly and Reference Division, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, . p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Shakespeare, William, 1564–1616-Technique. Professor René Weis and Dr Michael Bath worked their way painstakingly through many drafts of the book, and gave much-needed advice and encouragement throughout its long gestation. For any remaining deficiencies I am, of course, alone responsible.

Palgrave MacMillan UK, Palgrave MacMillan. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 7 x . 5 x . 3 Inches.

Shakespeare's interest in perspective is typically English; for him, according to Thorne .

Shakespeare's interest in perspective is typically English; for him, according to Thorne, perspective functions as a 'metaphor for the relativity of human perception and of the cultural value-systems by which it is shaped' (56). In Chapter 4, 'Hamletand the Art of Looking Diversely on the Self', Thorne compares Hamlet's pursuit of 'that within which passes show' through the successive poses of his 'antic disposition' to the theory and practice of miniature portraiture in the period.

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Thorne's specialized vocabulary doesn't decidedly alter or extend familiar readings of the plays.

January 2003 · Shakespeare Quarterly. The general organization of the book, however, places the discussions of art theory and history in the first half and literary analyses of individual plays in the second half. Both initial chapters focus on Leon Battista Alberti's program of perspective in De Pictura (1436), the first formula in the history of painting for achieving a coherent spatial field: "all perpendicular lines would converge to a single vanishing point. Thorne's specialized vocabulary doesn't decidedly alter or extend familiar readings of the plays.

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This major new interdisciplinary study argues that Shakespeare exploited long-established connections between vision, space and language in order to construct rhetorical equivalents for visual perspective. Through a detailed comparison of art and poetic theory in Italy and England, Thorne shows how perspective was appropriated by English writers, who reinterpreted it to suit their own literary concerns and cultural context. Focusing on five Shakespearean plays, she situates their preoccupation with issues of viewpoint in relation to a range of artistic forms and topics from miniatures to masques.