The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0209  Thursday, 6 February 2003

From:           Peter D. Holland <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Wednesday, 5 Feb 2003 10:02:22 -0500
Subject:        Shakespeare Survey 55 - Table of Contents

SHAKSPEReans may like to know about the contents of the latest volume of
Shakespeare Survey (volume 55), now available. Its major theme is '*King
Lear* and Its Afterlife', explored in a wide range of essays from
Shakespeare's knowledge of King Leir to recent productions in New
Zealand, as well as a number of articles off-theme and its usual
extensive review section for publications and productions.


KIERNAN RYAN            Lear: A Retrospect, 1980-2000

RICHARD KNOWLES         How Shakespeare Knew King Leir

WILLIAM O. SCOTT        Contracts of Love and Affection: Lear, Old Age, and

ANDREW GURR             Headgear as Paralinguistic Signifier in King Lear

DREW MILNE              What becomes of the broken hearted: King Lear and the
dissociation of sensibility

JOHN JOUGHIN            Lear's Afterlife

WILLIAM C. CARROLL      Songs of Madness: The Lyric Afterlife of
Shakespeare's Poor Tom

PETER WOMACK            Secularizing King Lear: Shakespeare, Tate, and the Sacred

JANET BOTTOMS           'Look there, look there!': The Apotheosis of Cordelia

ISKA ALTER              Jacob Gordin's Mirele Efros: King Lear as Jewish

RICHARD FOULKES         'How fine a play was Mrs Lear': The Case for Gordon
Bottomley's King Lear's Wife


REG FOAKES              King Lear and Endgame

THOMAS CARTELLI         Shakespeare in Pain: Edward Bond's Lear and the
Ghosts of History

MARK HOULAHAN           'Think about Shakespeare': King Lear on Pacific

MICHAEL CORDNER         Actors, Editors, and the Annotation of Shakespeare

NIALL RUDD              Titus Andronicus: The Classical Presence

ROBIN HEADLAM WELLS     Julius Caesar, Machiavelli, and the Uses of History

KENT CARTWRIGHT         Scepticism and Theatre in Macbeth

SIMON SHEPHERD          Revels End, and the Gentle Body Starts

SONIA MASSAI            Taking Just Care of the Impression: Editorial
Intervention in Shakespeare's Fourth Folio, 1685

JONATHAN HOLMES         'A world elsewhere': Shakespeare in South Africa

MICHAEL DOBSON          Shakespeare Performances in England, 2001

NIKY RATHBONE           Professional Shakespeare Productions in the British
Isles, January-December 2000

The Year's Contribution to Shakespeare Studies

1        Critical Studies reviewed by EDWARD PECHTER

2        Shakespeare's Life, Times, and Stage reviewed by LESLIE THOMSON

3        Editions and Textual Studies (1) reviewed by ERIC RASMUSSEN

Editions and Textual Studies (2) reviewed by JOHN JOWETT

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