Shakespeare on screen : The Henriad

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Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, 2015 - 360 pages
Filming plays from a tetralogy of history plays implies specific problems and strategies. The papers in this volume show that the plays are parts of a series, and can hardly be staged or filmed without referring to one another. What does the big screen bring to the representation of history, battles and national issues? When do ideological interpretations stop being triggered by the text itself? By deciphering the different ways in which meaning is created and ideology is conveyed, whether it be through specific aesthetics, performances, intertextuality or cultural codes, the papers in this volume all take part in the on-going exploration of what Shakespeare's contrasting afterlives keep saying, not only about the dramatic texts but also about ourselves.
 

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Notes on the Contributors
11
Michael HATTAWAY
59
Lois POTTER
75
Anthony DAVIES
99
Nathalie VIENNEGUERRIN
119
David MARGOLIES
147
James HIRSH
169
Sarah HATCHUEL
184
Mariangela TEMPERA
233
José Ramón DÍAZ FERNÁNDEZ
269
Abstracts
349
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