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B&L 5.1 Is Live
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 22.0016   Monday, 17 January 2011

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Date:         January 14, 2011 1:26:28 PM EST
Subject:      B&L 5.1 Is Live

The Editors of _Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation_ are 
pleased to announce the launching of issue 5.1. The issue opens with Joseph R. Teller's 
"The (Dis)possession of Lear's Two Bodies: Madness, Demystification, and Domestic Space 
in Peter Brook's _King Lear_," followed by a cluster of essays on "Shakespeare's Literary 
Afterlives," edited by Mark Bayer. The cluster includes Bayer's Introduction, Mark 
Robson's "The Question: _Hamlet_'s Life After Life," Richard Meek's essay "'Nothing like 
the image and horror of it': _King Lear_ and _Heart of Darkness_," Mark Bayer's "Khaki 
Hamlets: Shakespeare, Joyce, and the Agency of Literary Texts," and Gretchen E. Minton's 
"The Afterlife of _Timon of Athens_: The Palest Fire." Emily Linnemann offers a review 
essay focused on David Greig's _Dunsinane_.


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