Shakespeare, the tempest : a casebook / edited by D.J. Palmer.

Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
Rev. ed.
Published/​Created
Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1991.
Description
212 pages ; 23 cm

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Subject(s)
Series
Casebook series [More in this series]
Notes
Previous edition: 1968.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. [213]) and index.
Contents
  • Part 1: Adaptations, and extracts from earlier critics
  • Two scenes from The Tempest / Dryden and Davenant
  • The Character of Caliban / John Dryden
  • Solemn and poetical magic / Nicholas Rowe
  • 'Amazing wildness of fancy' : remarks on the creation of character / Joseph Warton
  • Calaban's language / Samuel Johnson
  • An Analysis of Act I : 'The moved and sympathetic imagination' / S.T. Coleridge
  • Unity and variety in Shakespeare's design / William Hazlitt
  • The Serenity of the Tempest / Edward Dowden
  • Introduction to The Tempest / Henry James
  • Caliban to the audience / W.H. Auden
  • Part 2: Recent studies
  • Shakespeare's dream / J. Middleton Murry
  • The Tragic pattern / E.M.W. Tillyard
  • The Shakespearian superman / G. Wilson Knight
  • The Mirror of analogy / Reuben A. Brower
  • From his Introduction to The Tempest / Frank Kermode
  • Caliban as the American Indian / Leslie A. Fiedler
  • Prospero and some contemporaries / Frances A. Yates
  • Caliban on the stage / Trevor R. Griffiths
  • The Tempest and oppression / F. Barder and P. Hulme.
ISBN
  • 0333533615
  • 9780333533611
  • 0333533623 ((pbk.))
  • 9780333533628
OCLC
877465792
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