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Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

edited by Maurice Hunt
Format
Book
Published
New York : Modern Language Association of America, 2000.
Language
English
Series
Approaches to Teaching World Literature
ISBN
0873527577 (cl.), 0873527585 (pbk.)
Contents
  • Part 1 Materials / Maurice Hunt
  • Complete Editions of Shakespeare 3
  • Single Editions 4
  • Instructor's Library
  • Reference Works 6
  • Critical and Pedagogical Studies 6
  • Background Studies 11
  • Textual and Source Studies 12
  • Performance and Theater Studies 14
  • Visual Materials and Other Artistic Media 15
  • Required and Recommended Student Readings 17
  • Part 2 Approaches
  • Reading Strategies
  • Authority in Romeo and Juliet / Arthur F. Kinney 29
  • "I Love You Madly, I Love You to Death": Erotomania and Liebestod in Romeo and Juliet / Ivo Kamps 37
  • "Now Art Thou What Thou Art"; or, Being Sociable in Verona: Teaching Gender and Desire in Romeo and Juliet / Thomas Moisan 47
  • Teaching the Tragi-comedy of Romeo and Juliet / Douglas Bruster 59
  • Literary and Contemporary Contexts
  • Teaching Romeo and Juliet in an Introduction to Drama Course / Jennifer Low 69
  • Teaching Romeo and Juliet Historically / Dorothea Kehler 78
  • Teaching Romeo and Juliet with Troilus and Cressida and Antony and Cleopatra / Thomas H. Blackburn 85
  • Queer Romeo and Juliet: Teaching Early Modern "Sexuality" in Shakespeare's "Heterosexual" Tragedy / Nicholas F. Radel 91
  • Modern Contexts
  • "Who Wrote the Book of Love?": Teaching Romeo and Juliet with Early Rock Music / Cynthia Marshall 98
  • Teaching Romeo and Juliet as a Tragedy of the Generation Gap and of Teenage Suicide / Sara Munson Deats 108
  • Teaching Shakespeare's Bawdry: Orality, Literacy, and Censorship in Romeo and Juliet / James R. Andreas, Sr. 115
  • Character
  • Teaching Mothers in Romeo and Juliet: Lady Capulet, from Brooke to Luhrmann / Michael Basile 125
  • "My Ghostly Father": Teaching the Friar in Romeo and Juliet / Paul J. Voss 131
  • Loving Shakespeare's Lovers: Character Growth in Romeo and Juliet / Karl F. Zender 137
  • Language and Text
  • Wild Goose Chase: Teaching Metaphor in Romeo and Juliet / Joseph A. Porter 144
  • Teaching the Books of the Play / Jill L. Levenson 153
  • Dramatic Technique and Performance Art
  • Provoking Thought: Teaching Romeo and Juliet through Dramatic Technique / James Hirsh 163
  • Textual License and Restraint: (Re) Enacting Stage History / Stephen M. Buhler 172
  • Other Artistic Media
  • Star-Crossed Generations: Three Film Versions of Romeo and Juliet / Robert F. Willson, Jr. 179
  • Teaching Musical and Balletic Adaptations of Romeo and Juliet; or, Romeo and Juliet, Thou Art Translated! / R. Alan Kimbrough 186.
Description
vii, 219 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Series Statement
Approaches to teaching world literature 1059-1133
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