Shakespeare and Modern Culture

Shakespeare and Modern Culture

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From one of the world's premier Shakespeare scholars comes a magisterial new study whose premise is qthat Shakespeare makes modern culture and that modern culture makes Shakespeare.q Shakespeare has determined many of the ideas that we think of as qnaturallyq true: ideas about human character, individuality and selfhood, government, leadership, love and jealousy, men and women, youth and age. Marjorie Garber delves into ten plays to explore the interrelationships between Shakespeare and contemporary culture, from James Joyce's Ulysses to George W. Bush's reading list. From the persistence of difference in Othello to the matter of character in Hamlet to the untimeliness of youth in Romeo and Juliet, Garber discusses how these ideas have been re-imagined in modern fiction, theater, film, and the news, and in the literature of psychology, sociology, political theory, business, medicine, and law. Shakespeare and Modern Culture is a brilliant recasting of our own mental and emotional landscape as refracted through the prism of the protean Shakespeare. From the Trade Paperback edition.Marjorie Garber. the Nurse. But the authors here. of course. are seeking a a€œ positivea€ outcome rather than a tragic one. In its adoption into ... a€œYaquot; is the one- letter querya€”no question mark needed. And then ita#39;s on to the family feud. a€œbtw, both myanbsp;...

Title:Shakespeare and Modern Culture
Author:Marjorie Garber
Publisher:Anchor - 2008-12-09


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