Shakespeare and quotation /

Shakespeare is the most frequently quoted English author of all time. Quotations appear everywhere, from the epigraphs of novels to the mottoes on coffee cups. But Shakespeare was also a frequent quoter himself - of classical and contemporary literature, of the Bible, of snatches of popular songs an...

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Other Authors: Maxwell, Julie, 1975- (Editor), Rumbold, Kate Louise, 1978- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
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Table of Contents:
  • Machine generated contents note: List of illustrations; Acknowledgements; General introduction; Part I. Shakespeare and Early Modern Quotation: Introduction; 1. Shakespeare and the early modern culture of quotation James P. Bednarz; 2. Shakespeare and Sententiae: the use of quotation in Lucrece Kevin Petersen; 3. 'The ears of profiting': listening to Falstaff's biblical quotations Beatrice Groves; 4. Quoting Hamlet Douglas Bruster; Part II. Quoting Shakespeare, 1700-2000: Introduction; 5. 'Shakespeare says...': the anthology and the eighteenth-century novel Kate Rumbold; 6. Pope's Shakespeare and poetic quotation in the early eighteenth century Brean Hammond; 7. Shakespeare quotation in the Romantic Age Fiona Ritchie and R. S. White; 8. Quoting Shakespeare in the British novel: 1840-1940 Daniel Pollack-Pelzner; 9. Pedagogy and propaganda: the uses of quotation, 1750-1945 Frans De Bruyn, Gail Marshall and Ton Hoenselaars; 10. The impossibility of quotation: twentieth-century literature Craig Raine; 11. Quoting Shakespeare in twentieth-century film Toby Malone; Part III. Quoting Shakespeare Now: Introduction; 12. Creative writing: quoting Shakespeare in theory and in practice Julie Maxwell; 13. Quoting Shakespeare in contemporary poetry and prose Christy Desmet; 14. Mis/quotation in constrained writing Peter Kirwan; 15. 'Beauty too rich for use?': Shakespeare and advertising Graham Holderness; 16. Digital technology and the future of reception history Stephen O'Neill, Balz Engler and Regula Trillini Hohl; Afterword Margreta de Grazia.