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Italian culture in the drama of Shakespeare his contemporaries : rewriting, remaking, refashioning / edited by Michele Marrapodi.

Bibliography, etc. note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-271 ) and index. Formatted contents note: Harlequin/harlotry in Henry IV, Part one / Frances K. Barash - The mirror of all Christian courtiers : Castiglioni's Cortegiano as a source for Henry V / Adam Max Cohen - Shakespeare's Romantic Italy : novelistic, theatrical and cultural transactions in the comedies / Michele Marrapodi - Virtuosity in the Commedia dell'arte and Hamlet / Robert Henke - "At the cubiculo" : Shakespeare's problems with Italian language and culture / Keir Elam - Between myth and fact : The merchant of Venice as docu-drama / J.R. Mulryne - Harington, Troilus and Cressida and the Poets' War / Lisa Hopkins - Shakespeare's dreams, sprites and the recognition game / Nina daVinci Nichols - Re-make/re-model : Marston's The malcontent and Guarinian tragicomedy / Jason Lawrence - Shakespeare and Venice / John Drakakis. UK-SuSCL "As if a man were author of himself" : the (re-) fashioning of the Oedipal hero from Plutarch's Martius to Shakespeare's Coriolanus / Claudia Corti - "The strongest oaths are straw" : ritual inversion in Shakespeare's The tempest / Victoria Scala Wood - Learning to spy : The tempest as Italianate disguised-Duke play / Michael J. Redmond - The courtesan revisited : Thomas Middleton, Pietro Aretino and sex-phobic criticism / Celia R. Daileader - The music of words : from madrigal to drama and beyond : Shakespeare foreshadowing an operatic technique / Giorgio Melchiori. UK-SuSCL