Cultural Shakespeare: Essays in the Shakespeare Myth

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Univ of Hertfordshire Press, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 206 pages
This volume brings together a collection of Graham Holderness's writings on such topics as Shakespeare and national culture; the Shakespeare industry; and the Shakespeare Myth. Published in books and journals between 1985 and 1997, these celebrated essays constitute a resource for the study of Shakespeare as a cultural phenomenon or ideological apparatus, as distinct from Shakespeare the poet and playwright.
 

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Contents

Production 1988
5
Reproduction 1991
23
Performance 1985
37
National Culture 1991
56
Heritage 1992
82
Shakespeares England 1997
104
Bardolatry 1988
125
Shakespearean Features 1991
141
Everybodys Shakespeare 1994
160
Notes
184
Bibliography
202
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