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Shakespeare and modern theatre : the performance of modernity / edited by Michael Bristol and Kathleen McLuskie with Christopher Holmes.

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    Reading Room - 72/

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    0415219841, 041521985X (pbk. : alk. paper)

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    ix,202p ; 22 cm.

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Bibliography, etc. note: Includes bibliographical references (p.181-196) and index. Formatted contents note: Contents: Modernity, modernism and postmodernism in the twentieth-century's Shakespeare / Hugh Grady - "To kill a king" : the modern politics of bardicide / Paul Yachnin - The problem of professionalism in twentieth-century stagings of Hamlet / CatherineGraham - Translations at the intersections of history / Jean-Michel Deprats - Women's work and the performance of Shakespeare at the Royal Shakespeare Company / Sarah Werner - Shakespearean performativity / W.B. Worthen - Heresies of style : some paradoxes of Soviet Ukrainian modernism / Irena R. Makaryk - "Lice in fur" : the aesthetics of cheek and Shakespearean production strategy / Maarten van Dijk UkBU.