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Radical tragedy : religion, ideology, and power in the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, Jonathan Dollimore

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Radical tragedy : religion, ideology, and power in the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries
Title
Radical tragedy
Title remainder
religion, ideology, and power in the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries
Statement of responsibility
Jonathan Dollimore
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Dollimore, Jonathan
Index
index present
LC call number
PR658.T7
LC item number
D6 1993
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • English drama (Tragedy)
  • English drama
  • English drama
  • Religion and literature
  • Religion and literature
  • Political plays, English
  • Power (Social sciences) in literature
  • Radicalism in literature
  • Religion in literature
  • Criticism and interpretation
  • English drama
  • English drama
  • English drama (Tragedy)
  • Political plays, English
  • Power (Social sciences) in literature
  • Radicalism in literature
  • Religion and literature
  • Religion in literature
  • Tragédie anglaise
  • Tragédie anglaise
  • Religion
  • Pouvoir (sciences sociales)
  • Drama
  • England
  • Englisch
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Radical tragedy : religion, ideology, and power in the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, Jonathan Dollimore
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Previously published: 2nd ed. New York : Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989. With a new introd
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [290]-305) and indexes
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • i. Tragedy and Politics. ii. Containment/Subversion. iii. Reading Contradictions. iv. Marginality (1). v. Subjectivity or Writing of/f the Unitary Self. vi. God and Man. vii. Feminism, Sexualities and Gender Critique. viii. The Return to History: Marginality (2). ix. History Reading Theory. x. Reproducing Shakespeare. xi. Shakespeare and Statecraft -- pt. I. Radical Drama: Its Contexts and Emergence. 1. Contexts. i. Literary Criticism: Order versus History. ii. Ideology, Religion and Renaissance Scepticism. iii. Ideology and the Decentring of Man. iv. Secularism versus Nihilism. v. Censorship. vi. Inversion and Misrule. 2. Emergence: Marston's Antonio Plays (c. 1599-1601) and Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida (c. 1601-2). i. Discontinuous Identity (1). ii. Providence and Natural Law (1). iii. Discontinuous Identity (2). iv. Providence and Natural Law (2). v. Ideology and the Absolute. vi. Social Contradiction and Discontinuous Identity. vii. Renaissance Man versus Decentred Malcontent
  • pt. II. Structure, Mimesis, Providence. 3. Structure: From Resolution to Dislocation. i. Bradley. ii. Archer and Eliot. iii. Coherence and Discontinuity. iv. Brecht: A Different Reality. 4. Renaissance Literary Theory: Two Concepts of Mimesis. i. Poetry versus History. ii. The Fictive and the Real. 5. The Disintegration of Providentialist Belief. i. Atheism and Religious Scepticism. ii. Providentialism and History. iii. Organic Providence. iv. From Mutability to Cosmic Decay. v. Goodman and Elemental Chaos. vi. Providence and Protestantism. vii. Providence, Decay and the Drama. 6. Dr Faustus (c. 1589-92): Subversion Through Transgression. i. Limit and Transgression. ii. Power and the Unitary Soul. 7. Mustapha (c. 1594-6): Ruined Aesthetic, Ruined Theology. i. Tragedy, Theology and Cosmic Decay. ii. Mustapha: Tragedy as Dislocation. 8. Sejanus (1603): History and Realpolitik. i. History, Fate, Providence. 9. The Revenger's Tragedy (c. 1606): Providence, Parody and Black Camp. i. Providence and Parody
  • ii. Desire and Death -- pt. III. Man Decentred. 10. Subjectivity and Social Process. i. Tragedy, Humanism and the Transcendent Subject. ii. The Jacobean Displacement of the Subject. iii. The Essentialist Tradition: Christianity, Stoicism and Renaissance Humanism. iv. Internal Tensions. v. Anti-Essentialism in Political Theory and Renaissance Scepticism. vi. Renaissance Individualism? 11. Bussy D'Ambois (c. 1604): A Hero at Court. i. Shadows and Substance. ii. Court Power and Native Noblesse. 12. King Lear (c. 1605-6) and Essentialist Humanism. i. Redemption and Endurance: Two Sides of Essentialist Humanism. ii. King Lear: A Materialist Reading. iii. The Refusal of Closure. 13. Antony and Cleopatra (c. 1607): Virtus under Erasure. i. Virtus and History. ii. Virtus and Realpolitik (1). iii. Honour and Policy. iv. Sexuality and Power. 14. Coriolanus (c. 1608): The Chariot Wheel and its Dust. i. Virtus and Realpolitik (2). ii. Essentialism and Class War
  • 15. The White Devil (1612): Transgression Without Virtue. i. Religion and State Power. ii. The Virtuous and the Vicious. iii. Sexual and Social Exploitation. iv. The Assertive Woman. v. The Dispossessed Intellectual. vi. Living Contradictions -- pt. IV. Subjectivity: Idealism Versus Materialism. 16. Beyond Essentialist Humanism. i. Origins of the Transcendent Subject. ii. Essence and Universal: Enlightenment Transitions. iii. Discrimination and Subjectivity. iv. Formative Literary Influences: Pope to Eliot. v. Existentialism. vi. Lawrence, Leavis and Individualism. vii. The Decentred Subject
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
lxviii, 312 pages
Isbn
9780822313984
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
93009775
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Stock number
9780822313984
System control number
  • (OCoLC)27728159
  • (OCoLC)ocm27728159
Label
Radical tragedy : religion, ideology, and power in the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, Jonathan Dollimore
Publication
Note
Previously published: 2nd ed. New York : Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989. With a new introd
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [290]-305) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • i. Tragedy and Politics. ii. Containment/Subversion. iii. Reading Contradictions. iv. Marginality (1). v. Subjectivity or Writing of/f the Unitary Self. vi. God and Man. vii. Feminism, Sexualities and Gender Critique. viii. The Return to History: Marginality (2). ix. History Reading Theory. x. Reproducing Shakespeare. xi. Shakespeare and Statecraft -- pt. I. Radical Drama: Its Contexts and Emergence. 1. Contexts. i. Literary Criticism: Order versus History. ii. Ideology, Religion and Renaissance Scepticism. iii. Ideology and the Decentring of Man. iv. Secularism versus Nihilism. v. Censorship. vi. Inversion and Misrule. 2. Emergence: Marston's Antonio Plays (c. 1599-1601) and Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida (c. 1601-2). i. Discontinuous Identity (1). ii. Providence and Natural Law (1). iii. Discontinuous Identity (2). iv. Providence and Natural Law (2). v. Ideology and the Absolute. vi. Social Contradiction and Discontinuous Identity. vii. Renaissance Man versus Decentred Malcontent
  • pt. II. Structure, Mimesis, Providence. 3. Structure: From Resolution to Dislocation. i. Bradley. ii. Archer and Eliot. iii. Coherence and Discontinuity. iv. Brecht: A Different Reality. 4. Renaissance Literary Theory: Two Concepts of Mimesis. i. Poetry versus History. ii. The Fictive and the Real. 5. The Disintegration of Providentialist Belief. i. Atheism and Religious Scepticism. ii. Providentialism and History. iii. Organic Providence. iv. From Mutability to Cosmic Decay. v. Goodman and Elemental Chaos. vi. Providence and Protestantism. vii. Providence, Decay and the Drama. 6. Dr Faustus (c. 1589-92): Subversion Through Transgression. i. Limit and Transgression. ii. Power and the Unitary Soul. 7. Mustapha (c. 1594-6): Ruined Aesthetic, Ruined Theology. i. Tragedy, Theology and Cosmic Decay. ii. Mustapha: Tragedy as Dislocation. 8. Sejanus (1603): History and Realpolitik. i. History, Fate, Providence. 9. The Revenger's Tragedy (c. 1606): Providence, Parody and Black Camp. i. Providence and Parody
  • ii. Desire and Death -- pt. III. Man Decentred. 10. Subjectivity and Social Process. i. Tragedy, Humanism and the Transcendent Subject. ii. The Jacobean Displacement of the Subject. iii. The Essentialist Tradition: Christianity, Stoicism and Renaissance Humanism. iv. Internal Tensions. v. Anti-Essentialism in Political Theory and Renaissance Scepticism. vi. Renaissance Individualism? 11. Bussy D'Ambois (c. 1604): A Hero at Court. i. Shadows and Substance. ii. Court Power and Native Noblesse. 12. King Lear (c. 1605-6) and Essentialist Humanism. i. Redemption and Endurance: Two Sides of Essentialist Humanism. ii. King Lear: A Materialist Reading. iii. The Refusal of Closure. 13. Antony and Cleopatra (c. 1607): Virtus under Erasure. i. Virtus and History. ii. Virtus and Realpolitik (1). iii. Honour and Policy. iv. Sexuality and Power. 14. Coriolanus (c. 1608): The Chariot Wheel and its Dust. i. Virtus and Realpolitik (2). ii. Essentialism and Class War
  • 15. The White Devil (1612): Transgression Without Virtue. i. Religion and State Power. ii. The Virtuous and the Vicious. iii. Sexual and Social Exploitation. iv. The Assertive Woman. v. The Dispossessed Intellectual. vi. Living Contradictions -- pt. IV. Subjectivity: Idealism Versus Materialism. 16. Beyond Essentialist Humanism. i. Origins of the Transcendent Subject. ii. Essence and Universal: Enlightenment Transitions. iii. Discrimination and Subjectivity. iv. Formative Literary Influences: Pope to Eliot. v. Existentialism. vi. Lawrence, Leavis and Individualism. vii. The Decentred Subject
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
lxviii, 312 pages
Isbn
9780822313984
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
93009775
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Stock number
9780822313984
System control number
  • (OCoLC)27728159
  • (OCoLC)ocm27728159

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