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Thinking with Shakespeare : comparative and interdisciplinary essays for A.D. Nuttall / edited by William Poole and Richard Scholar.

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    9781904350842, 1904350844

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    143 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.

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General note: This collection of essays arises from a symposium on "Shakespeare and Philosophy" held in honour of A.D. Nuttall in New College, Oxford, in October 2004. Bibliography, etc. note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 129-136) and index. Formatted contents note: Pt. 1. Approaches. Why Shakespeare is not Michelangelo / Colin Burrow -- The opinion of Pythagoras / Gabriel Josipovici -- Shakespeare Philosophus / Charles Martindale -- pt. 2. Investigations. False trials and the impulse to try in Shakespeare and his contemporaries / Subha Mukherji -- Two concepts of reality in Antony and Cleopatra / N.K. Sugimura -- Dreaming, looking, and seeing: Shakespeare and a myth of resurrection / Stephen Medcalf -- pt. 3. When Shakespeare met Montaigne / Terence Cave -- The last word / A.D. Nuttall.