Sexual Shakespeare: Forgery, Authorship, Portraiture
Wayne State University Press, 2001 - 175 Seiten
Shakespeare's sexuality has always been an ambiguous concept, despite the pleasant fictions of Shakespeare in Love. Now Michael Keevak examines such sources as anecdotes, imitations, forgeries, spurious works and portraits to show that this ambiguity has a long and twisted history.
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William Henry Ireland forged letter from Queen Elizabeth
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Droeshout portrait engraving frontispiece Fourth Folio 1685
Humphrys copy after Chandos portrait
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Almost Shakespeare: Reinventing His Works for Cinema and Television
James R. Keller,Leslie Stratyner
Eingeschränkte Leseprobe - 2014