Enter the Body: Women and Representation on Shakespeare's Stage

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Psychology Press, 2001 - 218 pàgines
One of the most provocative writers on women's performances of Shakespeare on stage and film in Britain today, Rutter speculates on how the theatre 'plays' women's bodies and how audiences read them.Enter the Body offers a series of provocative case studies of the work women's bodies do on Shakespeare's intensely body-conscious stage. Rutter's topics are sex, death, race, gender, culture, politics, and the excessive performative body that exceeds the playtext it inhabits. As well as drawing upon vital primary documents from Shakespeare's day, Rutter offers close readings of women's performance's on stage and film in Britian today, from Peggy Ashcroft's (white) Cleopatra and Whoopi Goldberg's (whiteface) African Queen to Sally Dexter's languorous Helen and Alan Howard's raver 'Queen' of Troy.
 

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speculating
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Ophelia in the grave
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making whiteness strange
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Troiluss sleeve
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gossiping hussies
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Sobre l'autor (2001)

Carol Rutter is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Warwick, UK.

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