Temporality, genre and experience in the Age of Shakespeare : forms of time /

Focusing on Shakespeare and his contemporaries, these original essays by leading scholars explore how theatrical, aesthetic, and linguistic forms engage early modern experiences of temporality. Encompassing comedy, tragedy, history, and romance, some contributions consider how different models of pa...

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Other Authors: Shohet, Lauren (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: London, UK : Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018.
Series:Arden Shakespeare (Critical studies)
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: forms of time / Lauren Shohet
  • Shakespeare's theatre of comic time / Kent Cartwright
  • Suspense revisited: the shared experience of time / Raphael Falco
  • 'In the course and process of time': rupture, reflection and repetition in Henry VIII / Philip Lorenz
  • Is Henry V still a history play? / Andrew Griffin
  • Allusion, temporality and genre in Troilus and Cressida and Pericles / Lauren Shohet
  • Love's Labour's Lost and the layered temporality of poetic reception / Matthew Harrison
  • Timing The Knight of the Burning Pestle: genre, style and performance / Lucy Munro
  • Time, tragedy and the text of Antony and Cleopatra / Rebecca Bushnell
  • 'The death of fathers': succession and diachronic time in Shakespearean tragedy / William C. Carroll
  • Passionate time in Elizabeth Cary's The Tragedy of Mariam / Lara Dodds
  • Future histories in King Lear / Meredith Beales
  • From Last Judgement to Leviathan: the semiotics of collective temporality in Early Modern England / Robin S. Stewart
  • Cymbeline, Janus and folded time / Valerie Wayne.