2 edition of DESCANTING ON DEFORMITY : RICHARD III AND THE SHAPE OF HISTORY found in the catalog.
DESCANTING ON DEFORMITY : RICHARD III AND THE SHAPE OF HISTORY
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Brooke, Nicholas. “Reflecting Gems and Dead Bones: Tragedy Versus History in Richard III.” Critical Quarterly 7 (): Burnett, Mark Thornton. “‘Monsters’ and ‘Molas’: Body Politics in Richard III.” Constructing 'Monsters' in Shakespearean Drama and Early Modern Culture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Casey. Chapter Three - Descanting on Deformity- Richard III and the Shape of History1 62 Chapter Four - Stages of History- Ideological Conflict, Alternative Plots1
Richard III (2 October – 22 August ) was King of England and Lord of Ireland from until his death in He was the last king of the House of York and the last of the Plantagenet defeat and death at the Battle of Bosworth Field, the last decisive battle of the Wars of the Roses, marked the end of the Middle Ages in England. The exhumation and reburial of Richard III of England began with the discovery of the king's remains within the site of the former Greyfriars Friary Church in Leicester, England, in September Following extensive anthropological and genetic testing, the remains of Richard III, the last English king killed in battle, were ultimately reinterred at Leicester Cathedral on 26 March
Similarly, Desmond Steward says in his book, Richard III: England's Black Legend that he once had a more positive view of Richard, but in the end was unable to bear up under the strain of contradicting More and Shakespeare. And James Gairdner was at one point reduced to arguing in his biography that we must give weight to tradition, even if the Reviews: Nancy A. Cluck () locates the play's emphasis on immorality directly in Richard III's “pathological shamelessness” which, she explains, is the result of his physical deformity.
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Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and the Shape of History With MARJORIE GARBER Marjorie Garber’s book Shakespeare’s Ghost Writers has the subtitle ‘Literature as Uncanny Causality’.Cited by: 3.
descanting on deformity: richard iii and the shape of history How does the logic of ghostly authorship inform – or deform – not only the writing of literature but also the writing of history.
As a way of approaching this question, I begin with a passage from The Comedy of Errors:Cited by: 3. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
DESCANTING ON DEFORMITY: RICHARD III AND THE SHAPE OF HISTORY by MAJORIE GARBER, unknown edition, in English. Garber, Marjorie. “Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and the Shape of History.” Shakespeare’s Ghost Writers: Literature as Uncanny Causality.
New York: Routledge, Charnes, Linda. “Belaboring the Obvious: Reading the Monstrous Body in Richard III.” Notorious Identity: Materializing the Subject in Shakespeare.
Cambridge. The following is drawn from Chapter 2: “Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and the Shape of History.” I would like to arrive, in this chapter, at a consideration of the way in which “time’s deformed hand” writes, and thus defaces, history.
his critique “Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and The Shape of History” remarks that “Shakespeare’s Richard III is arguably the first fully realized and psychologically conceived. Acknowledgements Preface to the Routledge Classics Edition: Revenant () Preface to the first edition: Ghostlier Demarcations 1.
Shakespeare's Ghost Writers 2. Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and the Shape of History 3. A Rome of One's Own 4.
Freud's Choice 5. Macbeth: The Male Medusa 6. Hamlet: Giving Up the Ghost 7. A Tale of Three Hamlets, or, Repetition and Revenge Notes Index. Acknowledgements Preface to the Routledge Classics Edition: Revenant () Preface to the first edition: Ghostlier Demarcations 1.
Shakespeare's Ghost Writers 2. Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and the Shape of History 3. A Rome of One's. Richard III has always asked audiences to pay attention to Richard’s body, to expect to see a body that he calls ‘deformed’ and we might today call ‘disabled'.
We imagine this body, following a long history of performance, with a hump, a limp, an immobilised arm – and even a production that plays Richard against type, without visible disability, depends for surprise on how Richard.
Table of Contents. Introduction l ideology: Witches, Amazons and Shakespeare's Joan of Arc Gabriele Bernhard Jackson 2.A mingled yarn: Shakespeare and the cloth workers Richard Wilson ting on deformity: Richard III and the shape of history Marjorie Garber of history: Ideological conflict, Alternative plots Phyllis Rackin 5.
Marjorie Garber, ‘Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and the Shape of History’. Paola Pugliatti, ‘Time, Space and the Instability of History in the Henry IV sequence’.
Language. Overview. Harry Berger, ‘Psychoanalysing the Shakespeare text: The first three scenes of the Henriad’.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "An imprint of Pearson Education." Description: vi, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Topical ideology: witches, Amazons, and Shakespeare's Joan of Arc / Gabriele Bernhard Jackson --A mingled yarn: Shakespeare and the cloth workers / Richard Wilson --Descanting on deformity: Richard III and the shape of history /.
The Historical Renaissance both exemplifies and examines the most influential current in contemporary studies of the English Renaissance: the effort to analyze the interplay between literature, history, and politics.
The broad and varied manifestations of that effort are reflected in the scope of this collection. Rather than merely providing a sampler of any single critical movement, The. Malicious, power-hungry, and bitter about his physical deformity, Richard begins to aspire secretly to the throne—and decides to kill anyone he has to in order to become king.
Using his intelligence and his skills of deception and political manipulation, Richard begins his campaign for the throne. Made him my book wherein my soul recorded The history of all her secret thoughts: So smooth he daub'd his vice with show of virtue, Enter KING RICHARD III, marching, with drums and trumpets.
KING RICHARD III Unless thou couldst put on some other shape, And not be Richard that hath done all this. KING RICHARD III.
Richard III. Kott, “The Kings,” ShOC, ; Campbell, “The Tragical Doings of King Richard III” Richard III. Rossiter, “Angel with Horns: the Unity of Richard III,” AwH, ; Brooke, “Richard III (?)” Garber, “Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and the Shape of History,” GW, ; Coriolanus.
Richard III is the last of a series of four plays that began with the three parts of Henry plays, though not strictly speaking a tetralogy, trace the bloody conflicts between the houses. Garber, Marjorie. “Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and the Shape of History.” In Shakespeare’s Ghost Writers: Literature as Uncanny Causality, pp.
28– New York: Methuen, Garber is interested in the ways Shakespeare “has come to haunt our culture whether in literature, history, psychoanalysis, philosophy, or. Recreating Richard III: Channel 4's "New Evidence" Florence Waters takes a look at Channel 4's documentary, Richard III: the New Evidence.
Dominic Smee has the same spinal deformity. The plays of Shakespeare are filled with ghosts and ghost writing. Shakespeare's Ghost Writers is an examination of the authorship controversy surrounding Shakespeare: the claim made repeatedly that the plays were ghost written. Ghosts take the form of absences, Price: $.
Book cover; title; copyright; contents; acknowledgments; preface to the routledge classics edition; preface; 1 shakespeare's ghost writers; 2 descanting on deformity: richard iii and the shape of history; 3 a rome of one's own; 4 freud's choice: "the theme of the three caskets"; 5 macbeth: the male medusa; 6 hamlet: giving up the ghost; 7 a.“Descanting on Deformity: Richard III and the Shape of History,” The Historical Renaissance: New Essays in Tudor and Stuart Literature and Culture, eds.
Heather Dubrow and Richard Strier (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ) “Secret Sharing: Reading Conrad Psychoanalytically,” (co-authored with Barbara Johnson).In More’s “History,” Richard’s physical deformity is an uncanny sign of his viciousness, a kind of preternatural portent or emblem.
In Shakespeare, it is the root condition of his.