2021 (31) 62

Issued: 12 / 2021
Publisher: Univerzita Karlova, Filozofická fakulta
ISSN: 2571-452X
142 pages

Early and Late Modern Creativity: Uses of Shakespeare

Introduction. Early and Late Modern Creativity: Uses of Shakespeare
Martina Pranić, p. 1-6
Creativity in the Early Reformation Period: Technology, Society, and the Magic of Language
Matthias Riedl, p. 7-35
A “notable foundation of hearsay”: Creative Appropriations of Troy in Chaucer, Chapman, and Shakespeare
Sam Gilchrist Hall, p. 36-53
Cavendish’s Clowns: Uses of Wise Folly in Four Plays by Margaret Cavendish
Martina Pranić, p. 54-77
Samuel Beckett’s Remembrance of Texts Past: Shakespeare, Proust, and Joyce in Not I and That Time
James Little, p. 78-104
An Imitative Industry: Creating Tyrants after T.
Miguel Ramalhete Gomes, p. 105-120
“Everything to Everybody”: How the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library Is Giving Shakespeare Back to the People
An Interview with Ewan Fernie, p. 121-132
A Well-Versed Overview of Verse in Theatre
David Livingstone, p. 133-135
Reclaiming Andersen
Petra Johana Poncarová, p. 136-139
Notes on Contributors
p. 155-157