3 edition of Unblotted lines: Shakespeare at work found in the catalog.
Unblotted lines: Shakespeare at work
M. M. Mahood
by Oxford University Press, [for] the British Academy in London
|Statement||by M. M. Mahood.|
|Series||Annual Shakespeare lecture of the British Academy,, 1972|
|LC Classifications||PR3071 .M3 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||73175379|
But we bow to the plain text of the smartphone, bland and unblotted. A WhatsApp message will never have the personality of a sibling’s spider-scribble or a Author: Laura Freeman. Quotes about Red. 23 Picture Quotes. I wanted to write a book that talked about the emotions of children, which is the rainbow. We all have moods. girl, so it may be boring for me to be on the beach doing nothing. I just need to find a place for three weeks and work but sleep in the morning, maybe write a little bit, have a glass of red.
Every time you step on the football field in between those lines you're putting your life, your career, every single ligament in your body in jeopardy. It's all about work when you reach up, tap in and step on that field. You don't mess around when you go through that gate. The Flag still floats unblotted with defeat! But ah the blood. (1) THE NEW OXFORD BOOK OF SIXTEENTH CENTURY EMRYS JONES, Editor OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS (2) THE NEW OXFORD BOOK OF SIXTEENTHCENTURY VERSE EMRYS JONES is Goldsmiths' Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of New College. His publications include Scenic Form in Shakespeare () and The Origins of .
1 For many a modernist writer Shakespeare is a strong influence to be dealt with as the emergence of 20 th century literature challenges and revisits tradition, by looking back on Renaissance writers and previous modes of expression. T. S. Eliot, who co-edited The Egoist with H.D. in London during World War I, extensively pondered this practice in the essays he wrote in the ss, most Author: Claire Conilleau. l. “I therefore will begin. Soul of the Age!” etc. The first 17 lines argue against the necessity to praise Shakespeare. “Thou art a monument without a tomb/And art still alive while thy book doth live” [NB: search sonnets for tomb, monument, and Shakespeare’s grave monument].
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Unblotted lines: Shakespeare at work. London: Oxford University Press [for] the British Academy, (OCoLC) Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M M Mahood. Unblotted Lines: Shakespeare at Work (Shakespeare Lecture) Paperback – Septem by M M Mahood (Author) › Visit Amazon's M M Mahood Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: M M Mahood. Molly Maureen Mahood (17 June – 14 February ), published as M. Mahood, was a British literary scholar, whose interests ranged from Shakespeare to postcolonial African taught at St Hugh's College, Oxford (–), the University of Ibadan in Nigeria (–), the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania (–), and the University of Kent at Born: Molly Maureen Mahood, 17 June.
Unblotted Lines: Shakespeare at Work (Shakespeare Lecture) `Professor Mahood's book has established itself as a classic in the field, not so much because of the ingenuity with which she reads Shakespeare's quibbles, but because her elucidation of pun and wordplay is intelligently related both to textual readings and dramatic significance.
Unblotted lines: Shakespeare at work / M.M. Mahood () Shakespeare's politics: with some reflections on the nature of tradition / L.C. Knights () -- 6. Person and office in Shakespeare's plays / Philip Edwards () -- 7. This means that Shakespeare DID work over earlier plays which his company had acquired; or, if Shakespeare did not,--then, I presume,--Bacon did.
THAT, with much bad humour, is the gist of the rhymes on Poet-Ape. Ben thinks Shakespeare's "works" very larcenous, but still, the "works," as such, are those of the poet-actor.
Greenwood - Ben Jonson and Shakespeare 61 From Ben Jonson and Shakespeare () Sir George Greenwood T HE sheet anchor of the traditional belief with regard to the authorship of the plays and poems of Shakespeare is undoubtedly Ben Jonson. It is to the Jonsonian utterances that the apostles of the Stratfordian faith always make their Size: 89KB.
Last year, The Oxfordian, a peer-reviewed journal of Shakespeare authorship studies, published essays on four leading rival authorship candidates, including one on Bassano. A feminist of her day, Bassano composed Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum (Hail God, King of the Jews), a 3,line book of original poetry.
Its appearance in made her the. For Rev Joseph Thomas, who became an enthusiastic collector of Blake's work, he created this watercolor from Shakespeare's Henry IV. It was included in Thomas' copy of the second folio of Shakespeare's plays. These are lines from Part 1, Act IV which Blake illustrated: "All Author: Ellie Clayton.
Annual Shakespeare Lecture of the British Academy, From the proceedings of the British Academy, Volume LVI. Card covers very lightly edgeworn at corners, previous owner's inscription to head of front cover, some light spotting to front cover, pencil notation marks to 2 pages otherwise pp clean and bright, binding tight and secure.
Editions and Textual Studies. The series The Oxford Shakespeare and The Arden Shakespeare produced no new editions in Although it proved impossible to obtain for last year's round-up of work published inthe copyright page of William C.
Carroll's Arden edition of The Two Gentlemen of Verona insists upon a publication date of and so it misses its chance of a notice.
Full text of "The Works of William Shakespeare" See other formats. Author biography. John Baxter is a professor of English at Dalhousie University. He is the author of Shakespeare’s Poetic Styles (; rpr.
Routledge, ), co-editor of Aristotle’s Poetics by George Whalley (McGill-Queen’s, ), and co-editor of In Defence of Adam by C. Drummond (). Recent articles include ‘Reported Speech in The Winter’s Tale’, Renaissance and Cited by: 1.
1. Editions and Textual Studies. Only one major critical edition of Shakespeare appeared this year: René Weis’s Romeo and Arden3 edition was for many years promised as forthcoming from the labours of Lynette Hunter and Peter Lichtenfels, but their text of the play was instead released on a free CD-ROM accompanying their book Negotiating Shakespeare’s Language.
baconian essays. baconian essays. by e. smithson with an introduction and two essays by sir george greenwood london cecil palmer oakley house, bloomsbury st., w.c. Was Shakespeare A Jew.
This article originally appeared in BiblioBuffet's Book Brunch. I’ve been enjoying Shakespeare since elementary school, starting with Charles and Mary Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare and then by gradual immersion in the plays via television, classroom readings, and ultimately stage performances in New York, some of them as school field trips, all of them vivid and.
The Folger Shakespeare editions and Folger Digital Texts are critical editions of Shakespeare’s works. They are part of a nearly year tradition of editing Shakespeare’s plays. Some of Shakespeare’s contemporaries have received that same kind of scholarly attention in critical editions, but by.
Shakespeare’s Unorthodox Biography: The Epitome of Anti-Stratfordian Price. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 1: Overview. I do not care who wrote the plays conventionally attributed, in part or in whole, to William Shakespeare of Stratford and of London. -History of the Baconian Theory, scale of StratfordiansRidicule of the Baconians - No burden of proof - The present book's aims - Notes on procedure.
1: 2. BACON WAS A POET-Bacon's poetic environment-his familiarity with poetry-His sonnet to the Queen-His postscript to John Davies-Stow's Annals-Bacon's Psalm paraphrases. william shakespeare edited by william george clark, m.a.
fellow and tutor of trinity college, and public orator in the university of cambridge; and john glover, m.a. librarian of trinity college, cambridge. volume i. cambridge and london: macmillan and co. The notion that Shakespeare rarely revised his work makes perfect sense. Here, after all, was a man who wrote, on average, two plays a year, acted in his own plays and those of others, penned sonnets, and helped to run a theater company, to say nothing of his many other business interests.This book is the first complete history of the ideas that gave this movement its intellectual authority, and of the challenges to that authority that emerged in the s and s.
Working chronologically, Egan traces the struggle to wring from the early editions evidence of precisely what Shakespeare wrote.Shakespeare's work provides a small glimpse of these in The Tempest, with its exotic banquet and its "majestic vision" of mythological goddesses and dancing nymphs and reapers, but the actual Jacobean court masques, designed by the great architect, painter, and engineer Inigo Jones, were spectacular, fantastic, technically ingenious, and.