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The Tempest (A Case Study in Critical Controversy)

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9780312219185: The Tempest (A Case Study in Critical Controversy)

This critical edition of Shakespeare's The Tempest reprints the Bevington text of the play along with eighteen critical essays representing major critical and cultural controversies surrounding the work. The play and essays are supported by distinctive editorial material designed to help the reader grapple not only the play's critical issues, but also with cultural debates about literature itself.

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Book Description Palgrave Macmillan, 2000. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Introduction: Why Study Critical Controversies?Part I: Shakespeare andThe Tempest* Shakespeare's Life and a Note on the Text ofThe Tempest* The Text ofThe Tempest* Part II: A Case Study in Critical Controversy * The Tempest? It's "Really" about Imperialism. Emily Dickinson's Poetry? Masturbation--George Will * The Best Way to Kill Our Literary Heritage Is to Turn It into Decorous Celebration of the New World Order?--Stephen Greenblatt * Ideological Criticism and Pluralism--Richard Levin * The Myth of Neutrality, Again?--Gayle Greene *The Tempestand the Ancient Comic Tradition--Bernard Knox * FromThe Elizabethan World Picture-- E. M. W. Tillyard * FromThe Mirror of Analogy: The Tempest--Reuben A. Brower * FromThe Machine in the Garden--Leo Marx * Shakespeare'sTempestand the Discourse of Colonialism--Deborah Willis * A Tempest, Scene 2--Aime Cesaire * FromThe Bermuda Pamphlets--William Strachey, et al * FromOf the Cannibals--Michel de Montaigne * FromLetter to Prince Philip of Spain--Bartolome de la Casas *The Tempestin the Wilderness: The Racialization of Savagery--Ronald Takaki Introduction: Why Study Critical Controversies?Part I: Shakespeare andThe Tempest* Shakespeare's Life and a Note on the Text ofThe Tempest* The Text ofThe Tempest* Part II: A Case Study in Critical Controversy * The Tempest? It's "Really" about Imperialism. Emily Dickinson's Poetry? Masturbation--George Will * The Best Way to Kill Our Literary Heritage Is to Turn It into Decorous Celebration of the New World Order?--Stephen Greenblatt * Ideological Criticism and Pluralism--Richard Levin * The Myth of Neutrality, Again?--Gayle Greene *The Tempestand the Ancient Comic Tradition--Bernard Knox * FromThe Elizabethan World Picture-- E. M. W. Tillyard * FromThe Mirror of Analogy: The Tempest--Reuben A. Brower * FromThe Machine in the Garden--Leo Marx * Shakespeare'sTempestand the Discourse of Colonialism--Deborah Willis * A Tempest, Scene 2--Aime Cesaire * FromThe Bermuda Pamphlets--William Strachey, et al * FromOf the Cannibals--Michel de Montaigne * FromLetter to Prince Philip of Spain--Bartolome de la Casas *The Tempestin the Wilderness: The Racialization of Savagery--Ronald Takaki. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0312219180

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