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This Issue contains 3 short critical essays: Architecture in Ruins, Rome and Oblivion and Eight Points of Architettura Povera written by Pablo Castro (OBRA Architects, New York City) between 2004 and 2016.
Until volume 48, Shakespearean Criticism compiled anannual volume of the most noteworthy essays published by Shakespeare during theprevious year. The essays, reprinted intheir entirety, were recommended to Gale by an international panel ofdistinguished scholars.
Lenz, Carolyn, Gayle Green and Carol Neely, eds. The Woman's Part: Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare. 1980.
Well-known anthology of essays by pioneering feminist critics through the 1970s.
Location: General PR 2991 .W6 1980
Can postmodern be identified in an equally agreed upon wayin any of the other arts? I haven't yet seen or heard the termapplied in earnest to anything in recent literature. It's comeup in connection with music, but haphazardly and with no agreementabout what it means there. And from what I can tell it comes uphardly at all in talk about the dance or the movies. Away fromarchitecture, it's in the area of painting and sculpture thatI've mostly heard and seen postmodern used -- but only by criticsand journalists, not by artists themselves.
Mangan, Michael. A Preface to Shakespeare's Tragedies. 1992.
Like the companion volume on the comedies, a useful introduction to the tragedies. Sections on Shakespeare's England, the theater of his time, and critical essays on Hamlet, Othello, and MacBeth.
Location: General PR 2988 .M335 1991
Garner, Shirley Nelson and Madelon Sprengnether. Shakespearean Tragedy and Gender. 1996.
An anthology of essays by recent feminist critics on gender issues in Shakespearean tragedy.
Location: General PR 2983 .S4498 1996
Zimmerman, Susan, ed. Shakespeare's Tragedies. 1998.
Recent anthology of essays on the tragedies by important contemporary critics, most of which are historicists (in the "New Casebooks Series" by St. Martin's Press).
Location: General PR 2983 .S4495 1998
Teague, Frances. Acting Funny: Comic Theory and Practice in Shakespeare's Plays. 1994.
A collection of essays centered on the idea of the comic in Shakespeare. (Not all are about comedies as such.) Essays on Othello, All's Well that Ends Well, The Tempest, and Falstaff, plus a useful introductory survey of the history of criticism of Shakespeare's comedies. Note: Although written earlier, the works by C.L. Barber (Shakespeare's Festive Comedies, 1959) and Northrop Frye (A Natural Perspective: The Development of Shakespearean Comedy and Romance, 1965) remain important and are often cited.
Location: General PR 2981 .A28 1994
Ryan, Kiernan, ed. Shakespeare: The Last Plays. 1999.
Like Adam's work, this volume treats the four late romances but in the form of a collection of critical essays representing various current theoretical perspectives (new historicist, feminist, psychoanalytical, postmodern - separately and in combination).
Location: General PR 2981.5 .S48 1999
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Part of the Literature Criticism Online series, each volume of Poetry Criticism provides a selection of critical essays as well as biographical information on three to six major poets from all eras and all parts of the world. When available, comments from the poets themselves are included.
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Part of the Literature Criticism Online series, Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800 covers writers of the 15th through the 18th centuries. This resource brings together critical essays, reviews and other critical responses representing a range of views on authors and their works across all genres and all parts of the world.
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