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On Page and Stage: Shakespeare in Polish and World
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.2378  Friday, 29 December 2000

From:           K. Kujawinska Courtney <
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Date:           Wednesday, 27 Dec 2000 07:30:52 -0600
Subject:        On Page and Stage: Shakespeare in Polish and World Culture

On Page and Stage: Shakespeare in Polish and World Culture, ed. K.
Kujawinska Courtney (Krakow: UNIVERSITAS, 2000).

Table of Contents:

Foreword

PART 1: RENAISANCE LITERARY AND CULTURAL HERITAGE;

1. Frances Barasch:
Theatrical Prints: Zany, Pantalone, and the Elizabethans.

2. Anna Wilson:
OTHELLO and Melancholy of Jealousy,

3. Dolora Chapelle Wojciehowski
The Ghost and the Machine: Syphilis and the Virtual Bodies of HAMLET.

4. Monica Matei Chesnoiu
"Our Bohemia and Your Sicilia": Chorographies of European Landscapes in
the WINTER'S TALE.

PART 2: FROM THE TEXTUAL AND GENRE PERSPECTIVE:

1. Lyudmila Tataru:
Text Perspective in Shakespeare's Sonnets.

2. Vladimir Vakrushev
Numerical Patterns in ROMEO AND JULIET by William Shakespeare

3. Igor Shaitanov:
The Prologue to Genre: Richard Gloucester's Introductory Soliloquy.

4. Peter Cummings:
"This Double Voice;" "Still-Gazing Eyes": Textuality and the Reader in
Shakespeare's Non-dramatic Poems.

5. Peter Barlow:
Wielki Poeta--Wielkie Trudnosci: Barriers to the Bard? Problems Facing
Polish University Students in the Study of Shakespeare.

PART 3: PERFORMANCE AND THEATRE CRITICISM:

1. Marta Gibinska:
More than Jan Kott's Shakespeare--Shakespeare in Polish Theatre After
1956.

2. Odette Blumenfeld:
HAMLET at the Craiova National Theatre

3. Ros King:
Cultural Exchange and THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

4. Yoshiko Kawachi:
ROMEO AND JULIET in Japan.

PART 4: CRITICISM IN THEORETICAL AND CULTURAL CONTEXTS:

1. Xenia Georgopoulou:
"World's Exile": Play-Death and Rebirth in ROMEO AND JULIET and THE
WINTER's TALE.

2. Matthew A. Fike;
Gertrude's Mermaid Allusion

3. Krystyna Kujawinska Courtney
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA; The Agon of Mimesis and Diegesis

4. Ted Motohashi:
"Remember Saint Crispin": HENRY V and the Politics of Memory

5. Michael Managan:
Shakespeare's First Action Heroes: Critical Masculinities in Culture
Both Popular and Unpopular.

PART 5: CREATIVE WRITING RESPONSE TO SHAKESPEARE;

1. Geoffrey Haresnape:
The Ram and the Ewe.

The volume is distributed by its publisher:

TAIWPN UNIVERSITAS
ul. Zmudzka 6A
31-426 KRAKOW
POLSKA/POLAND

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