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Representing Shakespeare : new psychoanalytic essays / edited by Murray M. Schwartz and Coppelia Kahn.

  • Author

    Schwartz, Murray M.,

    Kahn, Coppélia

  • Date published


  • Publisher

    Baltimore ; London : Johns Hopkins University Press, c1980.

  • Subject

    Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Criticism and interpretation.

    Psychoanalysis and literature England

    Drama Psychological aspects

Contents: Hermia's dream / Norman N. Holland -- Shakespeare through contemporary psychoanalysis / Murray M. Schwartz -- So rare a wonder'd father: Prospero's Tempest / David Sundelson -- The counterfeit order of The merchant of Venice / Leonard Tennenhouse. Contents: Fratricide and cuckoldry: Shakespeare's doubles / Joel Fineman -- The woman in Hamlet: an interpersonal view / David Leverenz -- "Anger's my meat": feeding, dependency, and aggression in Coriolanus / Janet Adelman -- "Since first we were disserved": trust and autonomy in Shakespearean tragedy and romance / Richard P. Wheeler -- "I wooed thee with my sword": Shakespeare's tragic paradigms / Madelon Gohlke -- The family in Shakespeare's development: tragedy and sacredness / C. L. Barber -- Interpreting posthumus' dream from above and below: families, psychoanalysts, and literary critics / Meredith Skura -- The providential Tempest and the Shakespearean family / Coppelia Kahn -- Shakespeare's nothing / David Willbern -- A bibliography of psychoanalytic and psychological writings on Shakespeare: 1964-1978 / compiled by David Willbern.