3 edition of Shakespeare in nineteenth-century Romania found in the catalog.
Shakespeare in nineteenth-century Romania
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Monica Matei-Chesnoiu ; with a foreword by Ton Hoenselaars.|
|Contributions||Matei-Chesnoiu, Monica, 1954-|
|LC Classifications||PR2881.5.R6 S53 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||2006505612|
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Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Shakespeare in Nineteenth Century Romania () by Monica Matei-Chesnoiu. These essays show how Shakespeare as a cultural commodity was imported, appropriated, and exploited in countries around the world in the 19th century.
The studies cover not only Great Britain, the USA, and Germany, but also Ireland, Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Brazil, Argentina, and Japan.
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Shakespeare as a cultural weapon: aspects of Shakespeare appropriation in nineteenth-century Flanders / Jozef De Vos --Reverent readings: nineteenth-century Shakespeare translations in Romania / Monica Matei-Chesnoiu --Mediated bardolatry: two paradigms of Shakespeare in nineteenth-century Latin America / Maria-Clara Galery --The first two.
The volume entitled Shakespeare in Nineteenth-Century Romania, Edited by Monica Matei-Chesnoiu, With a Foreword by Ton Hoenselaars (Bucuresti: Humanitas, ) was published. Essays in this volume belong to Shakespeare scholars from Romanian universities and they deal with various stages of the reception of Shakespeare in nineteenth-century.
BOOK REVIEWS constructions in Shakespeare’s plays and the manner in which they were rendered in nineteenth-century Romanian translations. Generally, the translations of the period were meant for the stage, which determined lexical choices with immediate appeal to larger audiences. Scarlat. However, the picture looks very different when viewed from the perspective of the myriad theater directors, actors, poets, political philosophers, gallery owners, and other professionals in the nineteenth century who turned to Shakespeare to advance their own political, artistic, or commercial interests.
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SHAKESPEARE, William (Stratford-on-Avon,), English writer, The nineteenth century colored engraving. (Photo by Prisma/UIG/Getty Images). Nineteenth-Century Shakespeare in Romania MONICA MATEI-CHESNOIU.
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He is forever complaining about how the high-point of English literature has passed and how the authors of. Shakespeare is the national poet of many nations besides his own, though a peculiarly subversive one in both east and west.
This volume contains a score of essays by scholars from Britain, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Poland, Romania, Spain, Ukraine and the USA, written to show how the momentous changes of were mirrored in the way Shakespeare .