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Her Infinite Variety

Author: Pamela Rafael Berkman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9780743215725
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With elegance, sympathy, and nuance, Her Infinite Variety celebrates the women in William Shakespeare's world. These lyrical stories move from Elizabethan London, where Shakespeare is drawn to the plight of the young wife of a wealthy friend, to a wintry Denmark, where Ophelia struggles to understand her love for Hamlet, and to Shakespeare's Stratford home, where his daughter Judith deliberately enters into a shameful marriage. At the center of this remarkable book is Shakespeare's enduring love for Anne Hathaway, his beautiful, passionate, illiterate wife. Together, the masterfully interwoven stories of Her Infinite Variety bring to life a Shakespeare who was formed by the women he loved -- and who loved him.

Imagining Shakespeare S Wife

Author: Katherine West Scheil
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108416691
Size: 27.83 MB
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Examines representations of Anne Hathaway from the eighteenth century to contemporary portrayals in theatre, biographies and novels.

The Falling Nun

Author: Pamela Rafael Berkman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416595910
Size: 33.28 MB
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In this collection of twelve dazzling and sensual stories, Pamela Rafael Berkman explores the perplexities of contemporary life through the eyes of women searching for love, truth, and faith. In the title story, a group of coworkers who order miniature plastic nuns rumored to bring love suffer surprising and disheartening consequences. In "Tat," the heroine gets an elaborate Victorian valentine tattooed on her arm and learns the real meaning of wearing her heart on her sleeve. And in "Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown," the classic holiday program brings temporary peace to a troubled young woman. Throughout, miracles and revelations abound, appearing in the most unexpected places -- a planetarium on a college campus, a yuppie Christmas party, a silversmith's booth at an outdoor fair, a corner bar on Halloween. In capturing the dilemmas and difficulties of our times, Berkman brings to life the eternal longings of the human heart.

Antony And Cleopatra

Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions
ISBN: 9781853260759
Size: 69.85 MB
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A wide-ranging selection from the most recent criticism of Antony and Cleopatra, beginning with seminal work from the 1950s onwards and culminating in a series of radical reappraisals of the play's content, form and appeal to modern readers. The essays, together with a substantial Introduction, offer a controversial, lively re-reading of one of Shakespeare's major tragedies.

Shakespeare S Roman Plays

Author: Paul Innes
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 113702593X
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This in-depth analysis of Shakespeare's Roman plays, including Cymbeline, fully engages with the latest critical theory to relate these plays to the theatrical culture of their time. Innes works through each play individually, focusing on performance and critical reception to create a navigable guide, ideal for students of Shakespeare.