||Cultural interactions: studies in the relationship between the arts ; 42
Cultural interactions ; v. 42. ^A1255558
||From ancient Rome to early modern England and beyond / Daniela Guardamagna -- Nationalisms, national theatres and the return of Julius Caesar / Michael Dobson -- Seeing Shakespeare's Rome / Peter Holland -- Caesar our contemporary : Shakespeare revisited in Rome / Marisa Sestito -- Broken Coriolanus : T.S. Eliot's March on Rome / Richard Wilson -- The cultural shock of Titus Andronicus / Tommaso Continisio -- Peripateia and recognition of diviness : Cymbeline / Piero Boitani -- Visions of Lucrece : Shakespeare, Middleton and Renaissance art / Daniela Guardamagna -- Music in Shakespeare's Roman plays / Giuliano Pascucci.
||"This book addresses the memory of Rome: the dialectic between the glorious historical past of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire and its echoes, representations and interpretations in the works of Shakespeare. The essays explore multiple layers of time and place in relation to Shakespearean plays: throughout the world (from Romania to Japan), through the centuries, in the arts (paintings, music) and in dramatic performances. Individual essays (by Michel Dobson, Peter Holland, Alessandro Serpieri, Richard Wilson, among others) address multiple aspects of the complex relationship between two countries (England and Italy) and two moments in time (Ancient Roman and the Early Modern periods). Essays include the analysis of less studied works (e.g. Cymbeline), rewritings of Roman narratives (e.g. Titus Andronicus and The Rape of Lucrece), modern enactments of Shakespearean performances around the world, the representation of the Shakespearean myths in Renaissance paintings, and the music accompanying the text of Roman plays"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||Ebook version : 9781787079694|
|Genre/form||Criticism, interpretation, etc.|
|ISBN||9781787079670 (alk. paper)|