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In the Footsteps of William Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1793  Tuesday, 25 October 2005

From: 		Hardy M. Cook <
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Date: 		Tuesday, October 25, 2005
Subject: 	Book-Announcement: "In the Footsteps of William Shakespeare"

In the Footsteps of William Shakespeare. Ed. Christa Jansohn (Studien 
zur englischen Literatur, 20). (Muenster: LIT-Verlag, 2005). Pp. 304. 
Paper. 24.90 Eur.

Most of the papers in this volume by Shakespeareans from Germany, Great 
Britain, the Netherlands and the United States were given at the 
University of Bamberg in the Academic Year 2004-2005.

This volume is dedicated to two eminent Shakespeareans, Werner Habicht 
and Stanley Wells, on the occasion of their seventy-fifth birthdays with 
gratitude and best wishes. Both have done much for the advancement of 
Shakespeare Studies all over the globe during the last fifty years.

Contents

Shakespeare: Biography, Text, Canon and Theatre

Stanley Wells: Current Issues in Shakespeare Biography
Christa Jansohn: "Now, sir, what is your text?": Shakespeare Editions 
Old and New
Richard Proudfoot: Is There, and Should There Be, a Shakespeare Apocrypha?
Andrew Gurr: Shakespeare in Three Dimensions.

Shakespeare and his Works

Katherine Duncan-Jones: Look Here, Upon This Picture, and On This: Venus 
and Lucrece
Dieter Mehl: Shakespeare and the Siege of Troy
Terence McCarthy: The Glory of Defeat: Shakespeare and the Legacy of 
Arthurian History
Paul Edmondson: Melancholy and Desire in Twelfth Night, Or What You Will
Catherine Belsey: The Exiled Princess in a Sad Tale for Winter
Grace Ioppolo: King Lear since 1606
R.A. Foakes: Reviving Shakespearean Character Criticism.

Shakespeare: Afterlives

Paul Franssen: William the Conqueror: Shakespeare across the
Juliet Dusinberre: "Super-subtle Venetians?" Henry James and Women in 
Othello.

Shakespearean and Other Gossip

Werner Habicht: Shakespearean and Other Gossip from Colonial Tasmania: 
Unknown Letters from Louisa Anne Meredith.

Order from:
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Internet: www.lit-verlag.de


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