8 edition of Shakespeare"s political pageant found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Joseph Alulis and Vickie Sullivan.|
|Contributions||Alulis, Joseph, 1949-, Sullivan, Vickie B.|
|LC Classifications||PR3017 .S58 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|ISBN 10||0847682897, 0847682900|
|LC Control Number||96019703|
The volume offers an intriguing discussion on kingship in pragmatic terms, as the strategic face-saving behaviour of Shakespeare’s kings. It also demonstrates how an efficient or inefficient management of the king’s political face could decide his success or failure as a monarch, and how the Renaissance world of Shakespeare’s history Cited by: 2. At one level Stephen Greenblatt’s elegant and deftly written book is about Shakespeare’s account of tyrants, but it is intended largely as a .
Shakespeare has a lot to say about power and politics in his plays. These six quotes touch on what it means to be a king, the power of the law, what separates royal from common, and speaking truth to authority. Folger Director Emerita Gail Kern Paster provides some additional insight into the context of each quote. 1. In "Shakespeare's Politcal Drama, "Alexander Leggatt concentrates on the ordering and enforcing, the gaining and losing, of public power in the state, in the English and Roman histories. He sees Shakespeare not as the propogandist for a myth of order, but as concerned both with things as they are and with things as they ought to be. Leggatt sees each play as a fresh .
Out soon: Shakespeare and Trump by Jeffrey R. Wilson."Should we draw an analogy between Shakespeare’s tyrants—Richard III, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, and King Lear—and Donald Trump? In Shakespeare and Trump, Jeffrey Wilson applies literary criticism to real life, examining plot, character, vi. His mention of the “great globe,” which to an audience in would certainly suggest the Globe Theatre, calls attention to Prospero’s theatricality—to the way in which he controls events like a director or a playwright. The word “rack,” which literally means “a Missing: political pageant.
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Shakespeare's rich canon presents monarchy and republic, tyrant and king, thinker and soldier, and Christian and pagan.
The twelve essays in Shakespeare's Political Pageant discuss a broad range of Shakespeare's dramatic poetry from the perspective of the political theorist.
This innovative book demonstrates the immense value of seeing Shakespeare's plays in the context of political philosophy. It will be an important source for students and scholars of both political Format: Paperback. Shakespeare's Political Pageant () [unknown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books. While many study Shakespeare for literature or theatre, Bloom and Jaffa try to discover Shakespeare for political insights. The authors' study of The Merchant of Venice and Othello both give readers an understanding of an outsider's role in a community while Julius Caesar and King Learn demonstrate that political power at the top is more tenuous than it many times /5.
The twelve essays in Shakespeare’s Political Pageant discuss a broad range of Shakespeare’s dramatic poetry from the perspective of the political theorist. This innovative book demonstrates the immense value of seeing Shakespeare’s plays in the context of political philosophy.
This superb collection of essays on Shakespeare's plays combines rich analysis of dramatic detail with insight into political rule, ambition, and love. By illustrating universal themes in particular political and historical contexts, ^RShakespeare's Political Pageant^I demonstrates Aristotle's claim that poetry is more philosophic than history.
Shakespeare's Politics (book) Shakespeare's Politics is a book by Allan Bloom and Harry V. Jaffa, in which the authors provide an analysis of four Shakespeare plays guided by the premise that political philosophy provides a necessary perspective on the problems of Shakespeare’s heroes. Political science is becoming ever more reliant on abstract statistical models and almost divorced from human judgment, hope, and idealism.
William Shakespeare offers the political scientist an antidote to this methodological alienation, this self-imposed exile from the political concerns of citizens and politicians.
Shakespeare, the most quoted author in the English-speaking world. Shakespeare’s Politics. Allan Bloom and Harry Jaffa, Shakespeare’s Politics (New York: Basic Books, ) Summary from the Publisher: Taking the classical view that the political shapes man’s consciousness, Allan Bloom considers Shakespeare as a profoundly political Renaissance dramatist.
He aims to recover Shakespeare’s ideas and beliefs. The Poet as Teacher of Statesmen. This volume joins a growing chorus of scholars who approach Shakespeare as a political thinker.
The chapters that follow explore how Shakespeare’s plays dramatize perennial questions about human nature, moral virtue, and statesmanship, and demonstrate that reading them as works of philosophical literature enhances our understanding of political.
In the cumulative informational book, Power in William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Terence Hawkes explains the shifting in values, chaos, and order in Macbeth.
Hawkes states: “Much of Macbeth’s hold on us possibly derives from the oblique but penetrative insights it offers into the nature of that world as judged by the standards of an older.
Allan Bloom (essay date ) SOURCE: "Political Philosophy and Poetry," in Shakespeare's Politics, by Allan Bloom with Harry V. Jaffa, Basic Books. Literary works, through their very personal means of characterization, reveal the direct effect of politics on individuals in a way a political treatise cannot.
The distinguished contributors to this volume share the belief that Shakespeare is the author who most effectively sets forth the multifarious pageant of politics. Shakespeare's rich canon presents monarchy and republic. Taking the classical view that the political shapes man's consciousness, Allan Bloom considers Shakespeare as a profoundly political Renaissance dramatist.
He aims to recover Shakespeare's ideas and beliefs and to make his work once again a recognized source for the serious study of moral and political problems. In essays looking at Julius Caesar, Othello, and.
- Stephen Greenblatt, Tyrant: Shakespeare on Politics Stephen Greenblatt, like Harold Bloom, is a man steeped in Shakespeare. So, it is obvious that Greenblatt would be a wise choice to turn to to see if Shakespeare can give us any information (via Shakespeare) on the behavior, motives, and reason for tyrants.
And he does, well/5. A code-breaking book which aims to change the image of William Shakespeare and reveal him as a subversive who embedded dangerous political messages in his work is to be published in Britain.
Political events had a profound impact on Shakespeare's plays in ways large and small. Shakespeare was inspired by both the politics of his time and. SHAKESPEARE AND THE COURT. Court refers to the main political system or leaders during that time. Durning the elizabethan era the "court" leaders were: queen Elizabeth,king James and pope V.
The monarchs were in. See also Allan Bloom, “Political Philosophy and Poetry” and “A Restatement,” American Political Science Review 54/2 (): –64, – The essays were republished in Allan Bloom, with Harry Jaffa, Shakespeare's Politics (Basic Books, ).
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Shakespeare's political plays. New York, Random House  (OCoLC) Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hugh. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Studies in Social, Political and Legal Philosophy: Shakespeare's Political Pageant: Essays in Politics and Literature (Paperback) at.
The Tempest is a play by William Shakespeare, probably written in –, and thought to be one of the last plays that Shakespeare wrote alone. After the first scene, which takes place on a ship at sea during a tempest, the rest of the story is set on a Author: William Shakespeare.
“[How Shakespeare Put Politics on the Stage] is an accessible and deeply researched contribution to the conversation about an endlessly fascinating group of plays this book is surely a notable critical landmark.”—David Womersley, Huntington Library Quarterly.The twelve essays in "Shakespeare's Political Pageant" discuss a broad range of Shakespeare's dramatic poetry from the perspective of the political theorist.
This innovative book demonstrates the immense value of seeing Shakespeare's plays in the context of political philosophy.