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"The Tempest" and Its Travels (Reaktion Books - Critical Views)

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Reaktion Books
Shakespeare studies & criticism, Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616, Literary Criticism, Literature - Classics / Criticism, English, Drama, Shakespeare, Literary Criticism / Shakes
ContributionsPeter Hulme (Editor), William H. Sherman (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL8631301M
ISBN 101861890664
ISBN 139781861890665

Matching the eclectic nature of the play itself, 'The Tempest' and Its Travels departs from traditional casebook models, bringing together an innovative collection of critical and creative readings, as well as historical images of the play’s productions.

The book will provide fruitful reading for scholars and students in a variety of disciplines.5/5(1). One of Shakespeare’s final plays, The Tempest is often considered a jewel in the canon of English literature.

Mythic, impassioned characters dictate the action, all of which takes place on a moody, windswept island far from the shores of Great Britain.

'The Tempest' and Its Travels considers the rich legacy of this play’s productions abroad/5. One of Shakespeare’s final plays, The Tempest is often considered a jewel in the canon of English literature. Mythic, impassioned characters dictate the action, all of which takes place on a moody, windswept island far from the shores of Great Britain.

'The Tempest' and Its Travels considers the rich legacy of this play’s productions abroad.3/5(2). One of Shakespeare’s final plays, The Tempest is often considered a jewel in the canon of English literature.

Mythic, impassioned characters dictate the action, all of which takes place on a moody, windswept island far from the shores of Great Britain.

’The Tempest’ and Its Travels considers the rich legacy of this play’s productions abroad. Distinguished contributors explore The. The Tempest is a play whose meanings and influence have crossed multiple boundaries in the critical sphere. It is probably the work of Shakespeare's that has been reinterpreted more radically and fully than any other by readers, writers, and artists throughout the modern world.

At once resistant and ever-subjected to classification, it has been identified as every genre and no genre, located. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Edited by Peter Hulme and William H. Sherman Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, To precisely chart all of The Tempest's performative and critical travails one would need to muster an army of Mercators, but Peter Hulme and William H.

Sherman, in "The Tempest" and Its Travels, have produced something like cubist map of the play, by collecting writers from "diverse. In ""The Tempest" and Its Travels", Peter Hulme and William H. Sherman assemble a stellar collection of original essays and visual materials that situate Shakespeare's play in both its original contexts and our own cultural moment.

The book launches out to explore the historical circumstances in which "The Tempest" was written and performed in Author: Peter Hulme. ''The Tempest'' and Its Travels | Peter Hulme, William H. Sherman | download | B–OK. Download books for free.

Find books. The Tempest is a play by William Shakespeare, probably written in –, and thought to be one of the last plays that Shakespeare wrote the first scene, which takes place on a ship at sea during a tempest, the rest of the story is set on a remote island, where the sorcerer Prospero, a complex and contradictory character, lives with his daughter Miranda, and his two servants.

'The Tempest" and Its Travels. by PETER HULME and WILLIAM H. SHERMAN.

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London: Reaktion. xiv + pp. [pounds sterling]. Shakespeare's The Tempest provides the starting-point for this collection of nineteen specially commissioned essays, many of which, as the title suggests, have other destinations in mind.

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The Tempest and Its Travels by Peter Hulme and William H. Sherman, ed. London: Reaktion Books, p. £ ISBN: - Volume 18 Issue 2 - MICK MANGEN. In "The Tempest" and Its Travels, Peter Hulme and William H. Sherman assemble a stellar collection of original essays and visual materials that situate Shakespeare's play in both its original contexts and our own cultural moment.

The book launches out to explore the historical circumstances in which The Tempest was written and performed in Author: Peter Hulme. The Tempest and its Travels offers a new map of the play by means of an innovative collection of historical, critical, and creative texts and images.

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Measures x inches, minor edge & corner wear, clean, pages, University of PA Press. Nice addition to any collection.

Please view all photos, as this is Seller Rating: % positive. The Tempest is most likely the last play written entirely by Shakespeare, and it is remarkable for being one of only two plays by Shakespeare (the other being Love’s Labor’s Lost) whose plot is entirely original.

The play does, however, draw on travel literature of its time—most notably the accounts of a tempest off the Bermudas that. Rent or buy The Tempest and Its Travels -   Peter Hulme is Professor of Literature at the University of Essex.

He is the author of Colonial Encounters: Europe and the Native Caribbean, and Remnants of Conquest: The Caribs and Their Visitors, He is co-editor, with William H. Sherman, of The Tempest and Its Travels and, with Tim Young, of the Cambridge Companion to Travel s: The Tempest, drama in five acts by William Shakespeare, first written and performed about and published in the First Folio of from an edited transcript, by Ralph Crane (scrivener of the King’s Men), of the author’s papers after they had been annotated for production.

The play opens with a. Matching the eclectic nature of the play itself, 'The Tempest' and Its Travels departs from traditional casebook models, bringing together an innovative collection of critical and creative readings, as well as historical images of the play’s productions.

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The Tempest is set on a remote island, where Prospero, the rightful Duke of Milan, plots to restore his daughter Miranda to.

Having first seized his books, or with a log Batter his skull, or paunch him with a stake, Or cut his wezand with thy knife.

Remember First to possess his books; for without them He's but a sot, as I am, nor hath not One spirit to command: they all do hate him As rootedly as I.

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start your free month now. Caliban (/ ˈ k æ l ɪ b æ n / KAL-i-ban), son of the witch Sycorax, is an important character in William Shakespeare's play The Tempest. His character is one of the few Shakespearean figures to take on a life of its own "outside" Shakespeare's own work: as Russell Hoban put it, "Caliban is one of the hungry ideas, he's always looking for someone to word him into being.

"The Tempest," written inis said to be William Shakespeare's last play. It is a tale of magic, power, and justice, and some readings even see it as Shakespeare's way of taking his own final bow.

To touch on the most important aspects of this iconic play, here is a summary of "The Tempest.". This text of The Tempest is from Volume I of the nine-volume Cambridge edition of Shakespeare.

The editors’ preface (e-text ) and the other plays from this volume are each available as separate e-texts. General Notes are in their original location at the end of the play, followed by the text-critical notes originally printed at the bottom of each page.

The Tempest Summary Prospero uses magic to conjure a storm and torment the survivors of a shipwreck, including the King of Naples and Prospero’s treacherous brother, Antonio. Prospero’s slave, Caliban, plots to rid himself of his master, but is thwarted by Prospero’s spirit-servant Ariel.

The Tempest is full of Prospero's magic and illusions. The play begins with Prospero's magic (the tempest), and ends with Prospero's magic (his command that Ariel send the ship safely back to Italy). In between, the audience watches as Prospero uses visual and aural illusions to manipulate his enemies and expose their true selves.

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The Tempest Need/Want/Love. A selection of today’s best stories to keep you in the know. Become a member; kolkata book fair. Why Kolkata should be on your travel bucket list. Deboparna Poddar Our Team. Ahlam Ummul-Khair Head of Video Laila Alawa CEO & Founder.book. The Folio text is notable for its quality and consistency; scholars judge it to have been set into type from a theatrical prompt-book and, therefore, more accurate.

In our production, Prospero is not a magician or sorcerer as he’s usually portrayed, but rather a powerful scientist.Explanation of the famous quotes in The Tempest, including all important speeches, comments, quotations, and monologues.