We Three

Author: Laura Annawyn Shamas
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820479330
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Original Scholarly Monograph

Women S Re Visions Of Shakespeare

Author: Marianne Novy
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252061141
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Shakespeare's. Sister: Chapters. in. a. Woman. Writer's. Autobiography . . .
depressed to feel I'm not a poet. Next time I shall be one. Virginia Woolf, Diary, 5:
35, 24 November 1936 In her last, unfinished essay, "The Reader," Woolf wrote
that all Shakespeare criticism is "autobiographical" because Shakespeare
inexhaustibly mirrors his readers: "every critic finds his own features in
Shakespeare. His variety is such that every one can find scattered here or there .
. . some one of his own ...

Shakespeare S Use Of The Arts Of Language

Author: Sister Miriam Joseph
Publisher: Paul Dry Books
ISBN: 158988048X
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Her analysis of his plays and poems illustrates that the Bard knew more about rhetoric than perhaps anyone else. Originally published in 1947, this book is a classic.

Good And Evil In Shakespeare S King Lear And Macbeth

Author: Alina Degünther
Publisher: Anchor Academic Publishing (aap_verlag)
ISBN: 3954895641
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Cordelia represents a symbol of idealized goodness because of her
manifestation of the absolute and pure love for her father, Lear. She reveals her
true feelings in the love test, in which Lear trials the emotions of his three
daughters in order to divide his Kingdom among them. It is sufficiently to note that
Cordelia, Lear's youngest daughter, did not deceive her father, whereas her
sisters did. Needless to say, she felt that her father should know of her obvious
affections without the need ...

Shakespeare S Daughters

Author: Sharon Hamilton
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786480777
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The disobedient daughter, disavowed and berated by her father, sees through
her sister's Good Girl guise. This doubling of sisters is striking: in most of
Shakespeare's plays, single daughters are the rule. The heroine's confidante is
typically a friend or a cousin; her sibling, if she has one, as in Hamlet and Twelfth
Night, is a brother from whom she is separated by circumstances. The pairing of
sisters, with its juxtaposition of opposites, provides a telling look at the 93.

Feminist Issues In Literary Scholarship

Author: Shari Benstock
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253322333
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She chooses to attend to her sister's story or even to explicate its absence, as
Virginia Woolf told the story of Shakespeare's sister. A Room of One's Own is the
first modern text of feminist criticism, the model in both theory and practice, of a
specifically socialist feminist criticism. The collective narrative voice of A Room of
One's Own is a strategic rhetoric for feminist intellectuals. It solves the problem,
moral and intellectual, of being one's sister's keeper, one's voiceless sister's
voice.2 ...

Three Shrew Plays

Author: Barry Gaines
Publisher: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 1603844368
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This is also, of course, true of Shakespeare's Shrew, particularly in its F1 form.
Indeed, with respect to two elements that the plays share, Shakespeare's Shrew
is at least as provocatively untidy as A Shrew. Besides the taming action, both
plays include two other actions that intersect with the taming but unfold
separately. One, the sister action, represents the courtship of the shrew's sister or
sisters. The other is of a different kind—radically so, in that it represents both the
taming and the ...