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Crossing gender in Shakespeare

James W. Stone

Crossing gender in Shakespeare

feminist psychoanalysis and the difference within

by James W. Stone

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementJames W. Stone
SeriesRoutledge studies in Shakespeare -- 3, Routledge studies in Shakespeare -- 3.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3069.A425 S76 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 185 p. :
Number of Pages185
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24379417M
ISBN 100415873606
ISBN 109780415873604
LC Control Number2009043147
OCLC/WorldCa419795030

This book proceeds from the assumption that Shakespeare, so often perceived as the one writer who appears to have transcended the limits of gender, inevitably writes from the perspective of his own gender. From this perspective, whatever represents the Self is necessarily male; and the Other, which challenges the Self, is female. The author's approach gives us a fresh understanding of both 4/5(1).   By: Justin Borrow Sexuality and gender are prominent themes in Shakespeare’s plays. Depending on the genre of the play, sexuality and gender are used as either a tool of manipulation, a form of propaganda or sometimes both. During the time of Shakespeare, there was a social construct of gender and sexuality norms just as.

  Crossing Gender in Shakespeare: Feminist Psychoanalysis and the Difference Within Call Number: PRA S76 - Book Collection 4th Floor Rhetorical Readings, Dark Comedies, and Shakespeare's Problem Plays.   The Art of Gender-Bending Shakespeare William Shakespeare’s works were originally performed by an all-male cast, because an acting profession simply was not considered a good one for a woman. Since Shakespeare’s time, the theater community has taken great strides towards diversity and inclusion, and one visionary artist has made it her mission.

Rethinking Shakespeare Source Study Audiences, Authors, and Digital Technologies, 1st Edition. Edited by Dennis Austin Britton, Melissa Walter. This book asks new questions about how and why Shakespeare engages with source material, and about what should be counted as sources in Shakespeare studies. societies. The final chapter, "Shakespeare's Imagery of Gender and Gender Crossing," recapitulates and extends the book's argument that "the tragedies focus much more on ideals of manhood; the romances use cross-gender imagery more often to show men transcending a narrow masculinity, while the comedies use such imagery more.


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rhetorical speaker, or elocutionary exercises; designed to perfect the senior classes of students in the art of reading, recitation, declamation, and oratory; composed of the beauties of the most distinguished productions of classical prose and poetry in the English language; disposed under proper heads, and interspersed with appropriate observations, and directions for acquiring a correct style, a suitable, articulate, and graceful delivery. The whole is particularly calculated to inculcate and establish the principles of piety, virtue, honour, and religion; to inspire the juvenile mindwith the love of polite literature, and useful studies; and to awaken the refined sensibilities of the human heart

rhetorical speaker, or elocutionary exercises; designed to perfect the senior classes of students in the art of reading, recitation, declamation, and oratory; composed of the beauties of the most distinguished productions of classical prose and poetry in the English language; disposed under proper heads, and interspersed with appropriate observations, and directions for acquiring a correct style, a suitable, articulate, and graceful delivery. The whole is particularly calculated to inculcate and establish the principles of piety, virtue, honour, and religion; to inspire the juvenile mindwith the love of polite literature, and useful studies; and to awaken the refined sensibilities of the human heart

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"The strength of Crossing Gender in Shakespeare is its close readings and attention to intersections of language and gender Stone offers many valuable insights into nuances in Shakespeare's depictions of the psychology, or 'difference within,' of gender."Cited by: 7. In this book, Stone effects a return to gender, after many years of neglect by Twenty-First-Century critics, via a methodology of close reading that foregrounds moments of sexual decentering and disequilibrium within the text and in the interstices of the dialogue between Shakespeare Cited by: 7.

"The strength of Crossing Gender in Shakespeare is its close readings and attention to intersections of language and gender Stone offers many valuable insights into nuances in Shakespeare's depictions of the psychology, or 'difference within,' of gender.". Hamlet has proven to be an interpretive mystery for critics interested in gender, a play whose proverbial excess of meaning has led some critics to gender the excess and the mystery of the text itself as : James W.

Stone. In this book, Stone effects a return to gender, after many years of neglect by Twenty-First-Century critics, via a methodology of close reading that foregrounds moments of sexual decentering and disequilibrium within the text and in the interstices of the dialogue between Shakespeare and his critics.

Crossing Gender in Shakespeare: Feminist Psychoanalysis and the Difference Within by James W. Stone. In this Crossing gender in Shakespeare book, Stone effects a return to gender, after many years of neglect by Twenty-First-Century critics, via a methodology of close reading that foregrounds moments of sexual decentering and disequilibrium within the text and in the interstices of the dialogue between Shakespeare and his critics.

- Winfried Schleiner, Renaissance and Reformation "The strength of Crossing Gender in Shakespeare is its close readings and attention to intersections of language and gender Stone offers many valuable insights into nuances in Shakespeare's depictions of the psychology, or 'difference within,' of gender.".

New Search Crossing gender in Shakespeare feminist psychoanalysis Crossing gender in Shakespeare feminist psychoanalysis and the difference within. Stone, James W. Book. English. Published London: Routledge, c Rate this 1/5 2/5 3/5 4/5 5/5 Available at University Library. "The strength of Crossing Gender in Shakespeare is its close readings and attention to intersections of language and gender Stone offers many valuable insights into nuances in Shakespeare's depictions of the psychology, or 'difference within,' of gender."Author: James W.

Stone. Clare McManus explores gender in the history of Shakespeare performance. In Shakespeare's day, female parts were played by male actors, while more recently, actresses have taken on some of his most famous male roles such as Hamlet and Julius Caesar.

In this book, Stone effects a return to gender, after many years of neglect by Twenty-First-Century critics, via a methodology of close reading that foregrounds moments of sexual decentering and disequilibrium within the text and in the interstices of the dialogue between Shakespeare and his critics.

Issues addressed range from the cross dressing of Viola and Imogen to the cross gartering. Crossing Gender in Shakespeare by James W.

Stone,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). Crossing Gender in Shakespeare is heralded by three well-chosen epigraphs, but Shoshana Felman's statement stands out as the most applicable among them. In "Re-reading Femininity," Felman states, "The feminine is not outside the masculine, its reassuring canny opposite, it is inside the masculine, its uncanny difference from itself (41).

In this book, Stone effects a return to gender, after many years of neglect by Twenty-First-Century critics, via a methodology of close reading that foregrounds moments of sexual decentering and disequilibrium within the text and in the interstices of the dialogue between Shakespeare and his critics.

Issues addressed range from the cross dressing of Viola and Imogen to the cross gartering of. Download Citation | Crossing gender in Shakespeare: Feminist psychoanalysis and the difference within | In this book, Stone effects a return to gender, after many years of neglect by Twenty-First.

The cross-gender casting of great Shakespearean characters With a new female Hamlet and Henry IV about to take to the stage, is cross-gender casting of Shakespeare’s great roles more than a.

In this book, Stone effects a return to gender, after many years of neglect by Twenty-First-Century critics, via a methodology of close reading that foregrounds moments of sexual decentering and disequilibrium within the text and in the interstices of the dialogue between Shakespeare and his : James W.

Stone. Crossing gender in Shakespeare: feminist psychoanalysis and the difference within. [James W Stone] -- Stone effects a return to gender in Shakespeare studies through a feminist psychoanalytic look at those of the Bard's tragedies and comedies that include elements of gender crossing or cross-dressing.

Cross-dressing in Shakespeare’s plays is a common technique used to progress the plot. We take a look at the best female characters that dress as men: the top three cross-dressers in Shakespeare : Lee Jamieson.

Genre/Form: Electronic books Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Stone, James W. Crossing gender in Shakespeare. Traditions of male-only performance cultures.

Many societies prohibited women from performing on stage, so boys and men took the female roles. In the ancient Greek theatre men played females, as they did in English Renaissance theatre and continue to do in Japanese kabuki theatre (see onnagata).In Chinese opera specialized male actors who play female roles are referred to as nándàn; the.Books by James W.

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