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The Tempest

Author : William Shakespeare
ISBN : 0822014416
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The Tempest is one of Shakespeare's later plays and can be classified as a romance. While it is an enjoyable fairy tale of sorts, complete with good and bad, uncomplicated love and miraculous incidents, the play also incorporates many of the playwright's common themes, such as the reconciliation of families that endure hardship. "The CliffsComplete The Tempest" is a revised and expanded study edition. It contains Shakespeare's original play, a glossary, and expert commentary in a unique, 2-column format. To enhance your learning, notes and definitions appear directly opposite the line in which they occur, and a review section follows the play. This edition also introduces you to the life, works, and times of William Shakespeare.
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The Everything Shakespeare Book

Author : Cork Milner
ISBN : 9781440524301
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Without question, William Shakespeare is the most celebrated and quoted writer of all time. Whether you're a long-time fan or new to his writing, The Everything Shakespeare Book, 2nd Edition will help you fully appreciate and understand Shakespeare's works. In everyday language, this book covers everything from All's Well that Ends Well to The Winter's Tale-and every play and sonnet in between, featuring: Famous quotations Background information on Shakespeare's life and times An in-depth look at the controversy over the authorship of the works An Elizabethan English lesson Whether you're doing research for a school paper or simply building your literary knowledge, this book is the perfect introduction to the world and works of "The Bard of Avon." Cork Millner is a Shakespeare scholar, playwright, and author of several books, including To Be or Not To Be Shakespeare. He teaches writing at the University of California and Santa Barbara City College and has been on the literary staff for the prestigious Santa Barbara Writer's Conference for 20 years. He lives in Carpinteria, CA.
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105210120585
Genre : American literature
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Colonial Palimpsest

Author : Troy A. Storfjell
ISBN : WISC:89078142981
Genre : Lapland
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"This dissertation is a colonial discourse analysis of the construction of Sápmi (Sámiland) as colonized territory and the Sámi as colonized subjects, and an exploration of some oppositional responses to that construction. Beginning with classical representations of the wilderness beyond the civilized space of the polis - and subsequently of the empire - and of the inhabitants with which the ancient Greek, Roman, and Hebrew imaginations populated this space, the analysis goes on to trace the incorporation of the Sámi into world views that constructed the uncivilized as mirrors to reflect the image of the civilized gazing subject back to himself. From Tacitus' Germania and later Roman and post-Roman Mediterranean texts, through the medieval and early modern periods, the examination follows the pre-colonial textual production of tropes of wildness, magic, and remoteness that form the basis of colonial discursive treatment of the Sámi. Colonial discourse emerges with the beginning of colonial expropriation of Sápmi and the Sámi in the sixteenth century. This dissertation follows the development of that discourse, and examines its transformations as it legitimizes and accommodates colonization into the twentieth century. Successively informed by and incorporated within various metropolitan European discourses, including those of the Enlightenment, the Noble Savage, and Social Darwinism, colonial discourse marginalizes and objectifies the Sámi while it inscribes them and their territory within the modern states of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. The examination of colonial discourse culminates with the extreme marginalization of the Sámi in Knut Hamsun' s novel 'Markens grøde.' In its final section this dissertation examines the challenges facing oppositional texts, situated as they are within the traditions of colonial discourse's systems of representational containment and appropriation. One of the primary difficulties faced by both Sámi and non-Sámi authors in their counter-hegemonic endeavors is avoiding the essentialisms and binary oppositions posited by colonial discourse. This dissertation examines several different approaches to liberatory writing on the Sami, ending with Aagot Vinterbo-Hohr's 'Palimpsest' and Laila Stien's 'Vekselsang, ' two novels that undermine the essentialist constructions of colonial discourse and open a discursive space for multiple and diverse articulations of Sámi resistance and identity"--Leaves ix-x.
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Encyclopedia Of Satirical Literature

Author : Mary Ellen Snodgrass
ISBN : STANFORD:36105018392469
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"ABC-CLIO's Encyclopedia of Satirical Literature brings together commentary on some of the best and most influential satirical works from throughout history and around the world. Organized alphabetically, it lists key works and characters, authors, pertinent terms, styles, and literary periods. Entries for individual works feature plot summaries and analyses of satirical content. Author entries include glimpses of colorful lives and masterly achievements." "This illustrated volume also includes a timeline of satire covering works from the eighth century B.C. to the present; cross-references and bibliographic citations with each entry; a master bibliography; and a comprehensive subject index. Differentiating the genre of satire from the incidental use of satire, it illustrates the various forms this universal literary tool can take in the fight against the perceived evils that cling to social inequality, wealth and power, political and ecclesiastical corruption, war, and industrialization."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105124490199
Genre : American literature
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