9 edition of The tainted muse found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Prejudice and presumption in Shakespeare"s works and times|
|LC Classifications||PR2989 .B78 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008046997|
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The Tainted Muse: Prejudice and Presumption in Shakespeare and His Time Hardcover – Ap by Robert Brustein (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $Cited by: 1.
“The Tainted Muse is an untainted lens through which to see Shakespeare as never before—what sets him firmly apart from us, and also what makes him more ours than ever. An elegant argument, a profound elucidation, and a stirring appreciation—yet another indispensable Brustein achievement.”—James Carroll, author of House of War.
The tainted muse: prejudice and presumption in Shakespeare and his time. [Robert Sanford Brustein] -- This book is a masterful and engaging exploration of both Shakespeare's works and his age.
Concentrating on six recurring prejudices in Shakespeare's plays-such as misogyny, elitism, distrust of. Book Review: "The Tainted Muse" Robert Brustein, a theatre director and noted drama critic and author, tries to tackle the inner mind of Shakespeare in The Tainted Muse: Prejudice and Presumption in Shakespeare and His Time (Yale University Press, ).
He examines six areas of Shakespeare's works (what he calls misogyny, effemiphobia. The Tainted Muse. Book Description: This book is a masterful and engaging exploration of both Shakespeare's works and his age.
Concentrating on six recurring prejudices in Shakespeare's plays-such as misogyny, elitism, distrust of effeminacy, and racism-Robert Brustein examines how Shakespeare and his contemporaries treated them.
Throughout the book he warns us of the dangers in comparing how characters feel about matters - Hamlet’s horrible treatment of Ophelia - to how Shakespeare feels. THE TAINTED MUSE. The Tainted Muse Prejudice and Presumption in Shakespeare and his Time This book is a masterful and engaging exploration of both Shakespeare's works and his age.
Concentrating on six recurring prejudices in Shakespeare’s plays such as misogyny, elitism, distrust of effeminacy, and racism Robert Brustein examines how Shakespeare and his. The Tainted Muse: Prejudice and Presumption in Shakespeare and His Time.
by Robert Brustein. Write a review. I'm curious why Brustein, in so otherwise carefully edited a book, consistently misspells Desdemona's father's name as "Brabanzio" rather than Brabantio, and says Othello is "mostly a Muslim" only a few pages later to correctly. For decades, nuclear testing in America's southwest was shrouded in secrecy, with images gradually made public of mushroom clouds blooming over the desert.
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His latest book, The Tainted Muse: Prejudices and Preconceptions in Shakespeare's Works and Times, was released earlier this year. Brustein also served for twenty years as director of the Loeb Drama Center, is a Senior Research Fellow at Harvard University and drama critic for The New Republic.
He is a member of the American Theatre Hall of. The Tudor myth (or Tudor Myth) is the tradition in English history, historiography and literature that presents the period of the 15th century, including the Wars of the Roses, in England as a dark age of anarchy and bloodshed.
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List price $ Availability: 33 in stock This book is a masterful and engaging exploration of both Shakespeare's works and his age. Concentrating on six recurring prejudices in Shakespeare’s plays—such as misogyny, elitism, distrust of.
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This book is a wonderful addition to the Tainted Accords book series/5(36). Toward the end of his recent book The Tainted Muse, Robert Brustein quotes the opening of a famous poem about Shakespeare: Others abide our question.
Thou art free. We ask and ask: Thou smilest and art still, Out-topping knowledge. The bard had managed, Matthew Arnold continued, to “walk on earth unguess’d at,” too shadowy and [ ]. Financially, the music industry is tainted by perplexing, convoluted, and antiquated accounting practices.
Royalty statements tend to be inaccurate and the proficiency in calculating them is often suspect. There are stark discrepancies in the amount of money generated, and the amount of money earned. Robert Brustein, founding director of the American Repertory Theatre and of the Yale Repertory Theatre, has been a key figure in American theater for the last forty critic for The New Republic sincehe is the author of fourteen books, seven plays, and twelve adaptations.
Now Senior Research Fellow at Harvard University, he lives in Cambridge, MA, with his wife, Doreen Beinart.A close study of MOV will reveal that it could very well be the non-Jews Shakespeare is lampooning.
Shylock's need and desire for revenge, although it's overly harsh and bloodthirsty, is laid out quite well in Shylock's speeches.Get this from a library! The tainted muse: prejudice and presumption in Shakespeare and his time.
[Robert Sanford Brustein] -- This book explores Shakespeare's complicated attitudes toward women; his admiration of blunt, plainspoken men; his reverence for monarchy and his distrust of democracy; his complex treatment of.