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Shakespeare in London - 
      Dr. Hannah Crawforth
    
      Sarah Dustagheer
    
      Jennifer Young

Shakespeare in London

; Sarah Dustagheer ; Jennifer Young

An innovative book looking at how London influenced Shakespeare's drama and how it is so often the true city at the heart of his plays, be it Venice, Rome or even Prospero's Island. Les mer
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An innovative book looking at how London influenced Shakespeare's drama and how it is so often the true city at the heart of his plays, be it Venice, Rome or even Prospero's Island.
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Forlag: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 280
ISBN: 9781472573728
Format: 20 x 13 cm
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SERIE:
VURDERING
Gi vurdering
Les vurderinger
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgements
Note on the Text
A Chronology of Shakespeare's Life and Early Modern London

Introduction: Shakespeare's London

1. Violence in Shakespeare's London:
Titus Andronicus (1594) and Tyburn

2. Politics in Shakespeare's London:
Richard II (1595) and Whitehall

3. Class in Shakespeare's London:
Romeo and Juliet (1595-6) and The Strand

4. Law in Shakespeare's London:
The Merchant of Venice (1596-8) and the Inns of Court

5. Religion in Shakespeare's London:
Hamlet (1600-1) and St Paul's

6. Medicine in Shakespeare's London:
King Lear (1605-6) and Bedlam

7. Economics in Shakespeare's London:
Timon of Athens (1607) and the King's Bench Prison, Southwark

8. Experimentation in Shakespeare's London:
The Tempest (1610-11) and Lime Street

Epilogue: Henry VIII (1613) and the Tower of London

Works Cited
Suggested Further Reading
Index
Hannah Crawforth is Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies at King's College London, UK.

Sarah Dustagheer is Lecturer in Early Modern Literature at the University of Kent, UK.

Jennifer Young is Teaching Fellow in English Literature (1590-1700) at the University of Leeds, UK.