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by Ewan Fernie,Simon Palfrey,Steve Mentz

ePub At the Bottom of Shakespeare's Ocean (Shakespeare Now!) download
Author:
Ewan Fernie,Simon Palfrey,Steve Mentz
ISBN13:
978-1847064929
ISBN:
1847064922
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Publisher:
Continuum; 1 edition (December 10, 2009)
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Subcategory:
Performing Arts
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1720 kb
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Steve Mentz's At the Bottom of Shakespeare's Ocean is a remarkable book about Shakespeare - and much more.

Steve Mentz's At the Bottom of Shakespeare's Ocean is a remarkable book about Shakespeare - and much more. In crisp essays that are lucidly reasoned yet strikingly eloquent and evocative, it brings a whole, previously submerged topic into view, the ocean as it functions literally and metaphorically in Shakespeare.

Fernie's latest authored book is Shakespeare for Freedom: Why the Plays Matter . At the Bottom of Shakespeare’s Ocean, by Steve Mentz (2009).

Fernie's latest authored book is Shakespeare for Freedom: Why the Plays Matter, published by CUP in 2017. Fernie also contributed to the British Council's project 'Shakespeare Lives' in celebration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death in 2016 where he addressed large audiences especially in Belgrade and Budapest. as co-author with Simon Palfrey) Macbeth, Macbeth, Bloomsbury, (2016), ISBN 978-1474235556.

To fathom Shakespeare's ocean - to go down to its bottom - this book's chapters focus on different things that .

To fathom Shakespeare's ocean - to go down to its bottom - this book's chapters focus on different things that humans do with and in and near the sea: fathoming, keeping watch, swimming, beachcombing, fishing, and drowning. Uncovering the depths of Shakespeare's maritime world, this book draws out the centrality of the sea in our literary culture.

Fernie's latest book is a monograph, Shakespeare for Freedom: Why the Plays Matter . Macbeth, Macbeth: a novel by Ewan Fernie and Simon Palfrey. Ewan Fernie on ABC: Dark Materials.

Fernie's latest book is a monograph, Shakespeare for Freedom: Why the Plays Matter, published by CUP in March 2017. Shakespearean Metaphysics, by Michael Witmore (2008).

To fathom Shakespeare's ocean - to go down to its bottom - this book's chapters focus on different things that humans do with and .

To fathom Shakespeare’s ocean – to go down to its bottom - this book’s chapters .

To fathom Shakespeare’s ocean – to go down to its bottom - this book’s chapters focus on different things that humans do with and in and near the sea: fathoming, keeping watch, swimming, beachcombing, fishing, and drowning. Uncovering the depths of Shakespeare’s maritime world, this book draws out the centrality of the sea in our literary culture.

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We need a poetic history of the ocean, and Shakespeare can help us find one. There's more real salt in the plays than we might expect. Shakespeare's dramatic ocean spans the God-sea of the ancient world and the immense blue vistas that early modern mariners navigated. Throughout his career, from the opening shipwrecks of The Comedy of Errors through The Tempest, Shakespeare's plays figure the ocean as shocking physical reality and mind-twisting symbol of change and instability. To fathom Shakespeare's ocean - to go down to its bottom - this book's chapters focus on different things that humans do with and in and near the sea: fathoming, keeping watch, swimming, beachcombing, fishing, and drowning. Mentz also sets Shakespeare's sea-poetry against modern literary sea-scapes, including the vast Pacific of Moby-Dick, the rocky coast of Charles Olson's Maximus Poems, and the lyrical waters of the postcolonial Caribbean. Uncovering the depths of Shakespeare's maritime world, this book draws out the centrality of the sea in our literary culture.We need a poetic history of the ocean, and Shakespeare can help us find one. There's more real salt in the plays than we might expect. Shakespeare's dramatic ocean spans the God-sea of the ancient world and the immense blue vistas that early modern mariners navigated. Throughout his career, from the opening shipwrecks of The Comedy of Errors through The Tempest, Shakespeare's plays figure the ocean as shocking physical reality and mind-twisting symbol of change and instability. To fathom Shakespeare's ocean - to go down to its bottom - this book's chapters focus on different things that humans do with and in and near the sea: fathoming, keeping watch, swimming, beachcombing, fishing, and drowning. Mentz also sets Shakespeare's sea-poetry against modern literary sea-scapes, including the vast Pacific of Moby-Dick, the rocky coast of Charles Olson's Maximus Poems, and the lyrical waters of the postcolonial Caribbean. Uncovering the depths of Shakespeare's maritime world, this book draws out the centrality of the sea in our literary culture.