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Shakespeare's romances reconsidered / edited by Carol McGinnis Kay and Henry E. Jacobs.

; Jacobs, Henry E
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [1978] .
ISBN 9780803209589, 0803209584

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Other Authors Jacobs, Henry E.
Kay, Carol McGinnis, 1941-
Subjects Criticism and interpretation.
Romances -- Adaptations.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Tragi-comédies.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Tragicomedies.
Shakespeare, William.
Tragicomedy -- History and criticism.
Description ix, 224 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1978]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 181-215) and index.
Summary Excludes "Henry VIII."
Contents An overview of critical approaches to the romances / Norman Sanders -- Romance as masque / Northrop Frye -- Masking and unmasking in the last plays / Clifford Leech -- Romance and romanticism: some reflections on The tempest and The heart of darkness, or, When is romance no longer romance? / Howard Felperin -- Fathers and daughters in Shakespeare's romances / Cyrus Hoy -- Cloten, Autolycus, and Caliban: bearers of parodic burdens / Joan Hartwig -- Cymbeline's debt to Holinshed: the richness of III.i / Joan Warchol Rossi -- Tragic structure in The winter's tale: the affective dimension / Charles Frey -- The restoration of Hermione in The winter's tale / David M. Bergeron -- Immediacy and remoteness in The taming of the shrew and The winter's tale / Charles R. Forker -- Where the bee sucks: a triangular study of Doctor Faustus, The alchemist, and The tempest / David Young.
Genre Adaptations
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3433353
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