The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.2062  Thursday, 9 November 2000.

From:           Michele Marrapodi <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Thursday, 9 Nov 2000 11:45:36 +0100 (GMT+0100)
Subject:        Shakespeare and Intertextuality

SHAKSPERians may like to know of the publication of the volume
_Shakespeare and Intertextuality: The Transition of Cultures Between
Italy and England in the Early Modern Period_, ed. M. Marrapodi (Rome:
Bulzoni Editore, 2000).

Table of Contents:

Michele Marrapodi
Introduction: Intertextualizing Shakespeare's Text

Part I: Theory and Practice

Robert S. Miola
Seven Types of Intertextuality

Keir Elam
'The continent of what part a gentleman would see:' English Bodies in
European Habits

Robin Headlam Wells
Blessing Europe: Virgil, Ovid and Seneca in _The Tempest_

Mario Domenichelli
Renaissance Chivalry and 'Handsome Death' in Shakespeare's _Troilus

Part II: Culture and Tradition

Michele Marrapodi
English and Italian Intertexts of the Ransom Plot in _Measure for

Jason Lawrence
'Non sono io quel che paio in viso:' _Othello_, Cinthio and _Orlando

Charlotte Pressler
Intertextual Transformations: The Novella as Mediator Between Italian
and English Renaissance Drama

Fernando Cioni
Shakespeare's Italian Intertexts: _The Taming of the/a Shrew_

Part III: Text and Ideology

Anthony G. Barthelemy
Luxury, Sodomy and Miscegenation: English Perceptions of Venice in _The
Merchant of Venice_

Pamela Brown
_Othello_ and Italophobia

Michael J. Redmond
_Measure for Measure_ and the Politics of the Italianate Disguised Duke

Claudia Corti
Shakespeare and Ficino: The Example of _Julius Caesar_

Part IV: Stage and Spectacle

J. R. Mulryne
Cleopatra's Barge and Antony's Body: Italian Sources and English Theatre

P. A. Skantze
Making it up: Improvisation as Cultural Exchange Between Shakespeare and
Italy Ching-Hsi Perng The Letter as Intertext: An Explication of
Antonio's Letter to Bassanio in _The Merchant of Venice_

Jeffrey A. Netto
Sensuous Games: The Iconography of Chess in _The Tempest_

Round Table
Chaired by Keir Elam

Select Bibliography


Michele Marrapodi
Dipartimento di Scienze filologiche e linguistiche
University of Palermo

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