5 edition of Latin American Shakespeares found in the catalog.
by Fairleigh Dickinson University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Bernice W. Kliman (Editor), Rick J. Santos (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||347|
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The Literature Book features some of the world's most celebrated books, plays, and poetry, including Latin American and African fiction, and best-selling masterpieces from the most renowned authors ever to have lived. The Shakespeare Book, with Roger May’s narration. Depending on your definition of culture, here are a couple canonical works to start with: One Hundred Years of Solitude: Ostensibly about a single family in Colombia, it's also in many ways the story of all of Latin America. Garcia Marquez is gen.
Latin American by Bernice W. Kliman and Rick J. Santos. Madison, Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Illus. Pp. $ cloth. "Refreshingly different, Professor Booth's book reduces the usual questions about biography, dating, and ordering the poems to six pages of an appendix, while the four hundred pages of notes continue the exciting amplification of possibilities in reading that he began in his well-received An Essay on Shakespeare's SonnetsThere is little question that the reader will return to the poems.
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Latin American Shakespeares edited by Bernice W. Kliman, Rick J. Santos (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press) The subjects of the essays in Latin American Shakespeares range from the nineteenth century through the present; from high- to middle- to low-brow stories, plays, films, and poems; from Mexico to Argentina, Chile, Cuba, the U.S.
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In the forties, when Latin America was beginning to find its own image, the United States ruled over the contemporary mass media market and Hollywood was the centre of interest of actors, directors and audience. Shakespeare, the great icon of culture, became a.
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The authors of this essay address a post-colonial concern with place and displacement as they provide historical and theoretical background, and review works by critics, creative writers and artists who have variously interpreted, staged, and appropriated Shakespeare’s tragedies in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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By “Latin” do you mean writers who wrote in Latin during Shakespeare’s time? Or writers who wrote in Latin at the excellence level of Shakespeare?
Shakespeare was inspired by the works of Ovid, in particular the poems in Metamorphoses, which were.