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Shakespeare Spiritual Life

Shakespeare   Spiritual Life Author John Masefield
ISBN-10 OCLC:456461864
Release 1969
Pages 32
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Shakespeare s Window Into the Soul

Shakespeare s Window Into the Soul Author Martin Lings
ISBN-10 1594771200
Release 2006-06-27
Pages 224
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Shakespeare's plays, argues author Martin Lings, concern far more than the workings of the human psyche; they are sacred, visionary works that, through the use of esoteric symbol and form, mirror the passage the soul must make to reach its final sacred union with the divine.



Shakespeare s Life of King Henry the Fifth

Shakespeare s Life of King Henry the Fifth Author William Shakespeare
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105048027077
Release 1915
Pages 219
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William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare Author Samuel Schoenbaum
ISBN-10 0195051610
Release 1987
Pages 384
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A straightforward account of Shakespeare's life, consisting of facsimile records and documents, public and family, and a complementary narrative centering on provincial Stratford and cosmopolitan London



Shakespeare s Religious Language

Shakespeare s Religious Language Author R. Chris Hassel Jr.
ISBN-10 9781472577276
Release 2015-03-26
Pages 480
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Religious issues and discourse are key to an understanding of Shakespeare's plays and poems. This dictionary discusses over 1000 words and names in Shakespeare's works that have a religious connotation. Its unique word-by-word approach allows equal consideration of the full nuance of each of these words, from 'abbess' to 'zeal'. It also gradually reveals the persistence, the variety, and the sophistication of Shakespeare's religious usage. Frequent attention is given to the prominence of Reformation controversy in these words, and to Shakespeare's often ingenious and playful metaphoric usage of them. Theological commonplaces assume a major place in the dictionary, as do overt references to biblical figures, biblical stories and biblical place-names; biblical allusions; church figures and saints.



Shakespeare adaptation modern Drama

Shakespeare adaptation modern Drama Author Randall Martin
ISBN-10 9781442641747
Release 2011
Pages 329
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The relationship between modern drama and Shakespeare remains intense and fruitful, as Shakespearian themes continue to permeate contemporary plays, films, and other art-forms. Shakespeare/Adaptation/Modern Drama is the first book-length international study to examine the critical and theatrical connections among these fields, including the motivations, methods, and limits of adaptation in modern performance media. Top scholars including Peter Holland, Alexander Leggatt, Brian Parker, and Stanley Wells examine such topics as the relationship between Shakespeare and modern drama in the context of current literary theories and historical accounts of adaptive and appropriative practices. Among the diverse and intriguing examples studied are the authorial self-adaptations of Tom Stoppard and Tennessee Williams, and the generic and political appropriations of Shakespeare's texts in television, musical theatre, and memoir. This illuminating and theoretically astute tribute to Renaissance and modern drama scholar Jill Levenson will stimulate further research on the evolving adaptive and intertextual relationships between influential literary works and periods.



Shakespeare s Revelations by Shakespeare s Spirit

Shakespeare s Revelations by Shakespeare s Spirit Author Sarah Taylor Shatford
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HX5Q4F
Release 1919
Pages 480
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Twentieth Century

Twentieth Century Author
ISBN-10 BML:37001105134220
Release 1908
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The Nineteenth century and after (London)



The Twentieth Century

The Twentieth Century Author
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B202738
Release 1908
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The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare

The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare Author
ISBN-10 9780198117353
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Shadowplay

Shadowplay Author Clare Asquith
ISBN-10 1586483870
Release 2006-06-27
Pages 368
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In 16th century England many loyal subjects to the crown were asked to make a terrible choice: to follow their monarch or their God. The era was one of unprecedented authoritarianism: England, it seemed, had become a police state, fearful of threats from abroad and plotters at home. This age of terror was also the era of the greatest creative genius the world has ever known: William Shakespeare. How, then, could such a remarkable man born into such violently volatile times apparently make no comment about the state of England in his work? He did. But it was hidden. Revealing Shakespeare's sophisticated version of a forgotten code developed by 16th-century dissidents, Clare Asquith shows how he was both a genius for all time and utterly a creature of his own era: a writer who was supported by dissident Catholic aristocrats, who agonized about the fate of England's spiritual and political life and who used the stage to attack and expose a regime which he believed had seized illegal control of the country he loved. Shakespeare's plays offer an acute insight into the politics and personalities of his era. And Clare Asquith's decoding of them offers answers to several mysteries surrounding Shakespeare's own life, including most notably why he stopped writing while still at the height of his powers. An utterly compelling combination of literary detection and political revelation, Shadowplay is the definitive expose of how Shakespeare lived through and understood the agonies of his time, and what he had to say about them.



Shakespeare Survey Volume 56 Shakespeare and Comedy

Shakespeare Survey  Volume 56  Shakespeare and Comedy Author Peter Holland
ISBN-10 0521827272
Release 2003-10-16
Pages 370
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Published with academic researchers and graduate students in mind, this volume of the 'Shakespeare Survey' presents a number of contributions on the theme of Shakespeare's comedies, as well as the comedy in Shakespeare's other works.



Great Shakespeareans Set III

Great Shakespeareans Set III Author Adrian Poole
ISBN-10 9781472578624
Release 2014-09-11
Pages 1120
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Great Shakespeareans presents a systematic account of those figures who have had the greatest influence on the interpretation, understanding and cultural reception of Shakespeare, both nationally and internationally. This major project offers an unprecedented scholarly analysis of the contribution made by the most important Shakespearean critics, editors, actors and directors as well as novelists, poets, composers, and thinkers from the seventeenth to the twentieth century. An essential resource for students and scholars in Shakespeare studies.



Shaking Up Shakespeare A MidSummer Night s Dream Dreamwork and Complexity

Shaking Up Shakespeare  A MidSummer Night s Dream  Dreamwork and Complexity Author Dr. Patrick ODougherty
ISBN-10 9781387643325
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SHAKESPEARE

SHAKESPEARE Author RUDOLF STEINER
ISBN-10 9781855845244
Release 2016-04-25
Pages 94
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‘Like so much of Renaissance Art, Shakespeare’s work bears an open secret. The esoteric spiritual content is undisguised, though it may be unexpected and not always immediately recognized. And, like all the great artistic achievements... this work remains incomplete until we recognize and respond to its open invitation that we become active participants.’ – from the Introduction The perennial universal appeal of Shakespeare’s work is well established. His core themes explore the challenges of the human condition whilst celebrating the potential of human beings to achieve and develop in earthly life. But what is it that enables Shakespeare’s characters to live and breathe beyond the confines of their written roles, some 400 years after the plays were first performed? In these collected lectures, edited with an extensive introduction by Andrew Wolpert, Rudolf Steiner throws new light on the Bard’s work, describing the on-going life that flows from it, and the profound spiritual origins of Shakespeare’s inspirations. He shows how Shakespeare can enliven us in our longing for contemporary ideals and truths; indeed, in our goal of becoming fully human. Our engagement with the plays, not just as actors and directors, but also as students and members of an audience, can thus become a co-creative participation in the redemptive potential of Shakespeare’s enduring legacy. Steiner speaks about Shakespeare in connection with the evolution of the arts of poetry and drama, and the transitions between cultural epochs. He reminds us of the sources and characteristics of classical Greek drama, recalling Aristotle’s definition of drama as catharsis, and pointing to Shakespeare’s connection to these cultural and historical wellsprings.



Shakespeare and Experience of Love

Shakespeare and Experience of Love Author Arthur Kirsch
ISBN-10 9780521238250
Release 1981-09-30
Pages 194
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Professor Kirsch presents an original interpretations of Shakespeare's five plays using theological and psychoanalytical ideas.



Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan Author Scott M. Marshall
ISBN-10 1944229647
Release 2017
Pages 320
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Bob Dylan: A Spiritual Life bridges the gap between purpose and meaning in grand fashion. It offers readers an informative, entertaining, and nuanced look into Bob Dylan's spiritual odyssey. Today, there is not a Dylan book in existence that exclusively focuses on his spiritual odyssey through years of research and original interviews. An exclusive, in-depth interview with Carol Dennis, Dylan's former wife, provides an absolutely unique feature to the book. Until now, Dennis has never publicly spoken at length about her former husband.