Mapping Shakespeare: An exploration of Shakespeare’s worlds through maps
William Shakespeare’s lifetime (1564–1616) spanned the reigns of the last of the Tudors, Elizabeth I and the first of the Stuart kings, James I and the changing times and political mores of the time were reflected through his plays.
This beautiful new book looks at the England in which Shakespeare worked through maps and illustrations that reveal the way that he and his contemporaries saw their land and their place in the world.
It also explores the locations of his plays and looks at the…
ISBN 10 : 9781844865154
ISBN 13 : 1844865150
William Shakespeare's lifetime (1564–1616) spanned the reigns of the last of the Tudors, Elizabeth I and the first of the Stuart kings, James I and the changing times and politic..
ISBN 10 : 0521458536
ISBN 13 : 9780521458535
Shakespeare's images of the exotic are shown to be firmly based on the margins of contemporary maps; and examination of the icons and emblems of maps raises questions about the map..
ISBN 10 : 9781137464750
ISBN 13 : 1137464755
This collection of essays approaches the works of Shakespeare from the topical perspective of the History of Emotions. Contributions come from established and emergent scholars fro..
ISBN 10 : 9781317041689
ISBN 13 : 1317041682
In this wide-ranging and ambitiously conceived Research Companion, contributors explore Shakespeare’s relationship to the classic in two broad senses. The essays analyze Shakespe..
ISBN 10 : 9781403973573
ISBN 13 : 1403973571
Columbus, Shakespeare, and the Interpretation of the New World explores a range of images and texts that shed light on the complexity of the European reception and interpretation o..
ISBN 10 : 0815329636
ISBN 13 : 9780815329633
This set collects articles from over 40 different journals, arranged topically as readers for both students and scholars. Both current literary trends and scholarly traditions are ..
ISBN 10 : 9780198816874
ISBN 13 : 0198816871
The Cartographic Revolution in the Renaissance made maps newly precise, newly affordable, and newly ubiquitous. In sixteenth-century Britain, cartographic materials went from rarit..