Wonder in Shakespeare

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By Statement Adam Max Cohen
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Isbn10 0230105416
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Lc Classifications PR3069.W65 C64 2012
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Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. [215]-216) and index.
Number Of Pages 226
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Pagination x, 226 p. ;
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Publish Country nyu
Publish Date 2012
Publish Places New York
Publishers Palgrave Macmillan
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Subject People William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
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Subjects Criticism and interpretation
Wonder in literature
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Table Of Contents Wonder, amazement, and surprise : beginning a stunning story
Resurrections of the living and the dead : natural and spiritual bodies and souls
"Die to live" : various forms of empathetic wonder
The metaphorical use of the prodigious birth tradition
More of a prodigy than a prophecy
Wonder, awe, and admiration : Shakespeare's cabinets of curiosity
Transalpine wonders : Shakespeare's marvelous aesthetics.
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Wonder in Shakespeare
Authors Adam Max Cohen
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Categories Literary Criticism
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Description Wonder is a highly ambivalent word and idea which can denote woe, horror, or terror on one hand and delight, jubilation, or ecstasy on the other. In the first part of this book, Adam Max Cohen embraces the many meanings of wonder in order to challenge the generic divides between comedy, tragedy, history, and romance to suggest that Shakespeare's primary goal in crafting each of his play worlds was the evocation of one or more varieties of wonder. In the second part of this book, seven esteemed scholars respond to Cohen's exploration and pay homage to his legacy.
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Page Count 236
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Published Date 2012-01-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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