Shakespeare, Memory and Performance Hardcover – 2 Nov 2006
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'Shakespeare, Memory and Performance offers a timely contribution to Shakespeare studies which could inspire a deeper engagement with performance studies in the field at large. … The results are both fruitful and suggestive. … these essays open a subject whose introduction is long overdue.' Review of English Studies
Shakespeare, Memory and Performance, first published in 2006, is a collection of essays which provide a meeting between the flourishing fields of memory studies and Shakespeare performance studies. The chapters, by leading Shakespeare critics, explore a wide range of topics, including Shakespeare's own use of memory and memories evoked by costumes and props.See all Product Description