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Review Article: Shakespeare and Perception
This article reads some familiar speeches from key Shakespeare plays in the light of modern theories of perception, asking the Shakespeare texts for advice on such matters as “inattentional blindness,” “the distribution ...
'Thirty year ago': the complex legacy of Political Shakespeare
This paper was delivered in the plenary session of the Shakespeare Association of America’s annual meeting in St Louis, April 2014, alongside papers from Ania Loomba and Jonathan Dollimore. The purpose of the panel was to ...
'An Arabian in my room' : Shakespeare and the Canon
The literary canon commonly thought of as ancient, accepted and agreed, and consistent between high and popular cultures. This article demonstrates the falsity of these assumptions, and argues that the canon is always ...
The Seeds of Time
A fictional exploration of the uses of Shakespeare in the Great Exhibition of 1851, the Festival of Britain of 1951, and the 2012 London Olympics, in the form of an imitation of H.G.Wells's story The Time Machine.
Criticism and Creativity
(Sussex Academic Press, 2011)
The continuous active presence within contemporary culture of a body of work such as Shakespeare's induces that form of amnesis encapsulated in Ben Jonson's phrase 'not for an age, but for all time': that the past may be ...
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)
Shakespeare and Venice
(Ashgate Publishing, 2010)
Shakespeare and Venice is the first book length study to describe and chronicle the mythology of Venice that was formulated in the Middle Ages and has persisted in fiction and film to the present day. It focuses specifically ...