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RuBriCa's Shakespeare studies : a collection of essays / edited by Irina S. Prikhod'ko.

  • Date published

    2006

  • Publisher

    Moscow : Polygraph-Inform, 2006.

  • Subject

    Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Appreciation France.

    Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Criticism and interpretation.

    Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Sonnets.

    Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Stage history Russia.

    Quayle, Anthony, 1913-1989.

General note: Papers from RuBriCa (the Russian British Cathedra) : an international journal for British studies, vol. 15, special . Discusses Shakespeare "on page", "on stage", the Sonnets, "global" Shakespeare and the history of RuBriCa. Formatted contents note: Brush up your Shakespeare, start studying French / Anthony Burton -- Shakespeare and the Bible : the Book of Job and King Lear / Andrei N. Gorbunov -- Othello and the Medieval mystery / Irina S. Prikhod'ko -- Rewriting Shakespeare's plays, Russian style / Valentina A. Ryapolova --Early modern melancholies / Alan Lewis -- Under any moon? : skepticism, melancholy and modernity in Shakespeare / Lawrence F. Rhu -- When shall we laugh? Say when?" : mirth as antidote to melancholy in The merchant of Venice / Milla C. Riggio -- Jaques, the Fool and Hamlet : melancholy and wit in Shakespeare -- Boys should be girls / Stanley Wells -- Liking it / Paul Edmondson -- Anthony Quayle, Leo McKern, John Gielgud and Joseph MacCarthy : Othello, 1953 - the true story / Barry Gaines -- The fortunes of the Russian Hamlet [and] A Venetian Jew on the Russian stage / Alexey V. Bartoshevitch -- Interrogating the Sonnets / Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells -- "Imagination" in Shakespeare's Sonnets / Irina S. Prikhod'ko -- Shakespeare's geezers : Sonnets on the paradox of age in Shakespeare / Peter Cummings -- Influence or irrelevance? : Jan Kott and the muliticultural Shakespeare context / Krystyna Kujawinska-Courtney -- Japanizing Shakespeare : problems of adaptation and acculturation / Yoshiko Kawachi -- The Russian British Cathedra -10 (in Russian) Language note: Preface and one essay in Russian.