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In A Fine Frenzy: Poets Respond To Shakespeare [Copertina rigida]

David Starkey , Paul J. Willis

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maggio 2005
Showcasing poems by more than ninety contemporary American poets, In a Fine Frenzy reveals what Shakespeare's poetic children have made of their inheritance. Particularly interested in Viola, Miranda, Prospero, Desdemona, Iago, Lear, Cordelia, Hamlet, Horatio, and Ophelia, the poets respond to the sonnets, the comedies, the tragedies, the romances, and, to a lesser degree, Shakespeare the man. In so doing they reveal the aspects of his work most currently captivating to modern writers. Those who cherish Shakespeare's mercurial wit will delight in the rapid shifts, from grief to hilarity, so characteristic of the bard himself. Comic poems about tragedies follow decidedly somber poems about comedies. Single poems contain multiple emotional twists and turns. Some pay homage; most interact directly with the original Shakespearean text. Collectively, they corroborate Ben Jonson's assertion that Shakespeare is "not of an age, but for all time."

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5.0 su 5 stelle This a super deal! 7 novembre 2009
Di Kathleen Kirk - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina flessibile|Acquisto verificato
I am in this book, so I will say that right up front!! I used to be an actor, doing lots of Shakespeare, so my poems in the book speak from the point of view of several characters.

But there are lots and lots of poems in this book that respond to Shakespeare in a marvelous variety of ways. At this terrific price, under $5, I would snap this book up--for fun, for love of Shakespeare, for love of poetry! OR buy lots of copies and share it with a creative writing class, a theatre class, or a Shakespeare class, using the poems as examples and having students write their own poems in response to Shakespeare plays they read or see.
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4.0 su 5 stelle I would reccommend it 17 febbraio 2011
Di Genevieve Minori - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I bought this for an honors project I had to do for my Shakespeare elective class (I'm a senior in high school) on Othello. I found it very useful and have since lent it to my classmates to use for their Honors projects. It has poems from many, many of Shakespeare's plays as well as his sonnets. It is true, there are some plays that have more than others. However, not every one of Shakespeare's plays is in here. The poems mainly address: The Sonnets, Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, The Tempest, King Lear, Othello and Hamlet. There are also a couple poems about Shakespeare himself in between the Parts of the book that divide the poems and sonnets by their categories (Sonnets, Comedies, Tragedies, Hamlet, and Romances).I would reccommend this to anyone who enjoys Shakespeare, Poetry, or Poetry about Shakespeare! Students and Teachers especially, there's alot one can do with these poems so for students it's great for a project and teachers, it's great because for a lesson, you could have your students pick out a poem and try to disect it. It's really fantastic and I would reccommend it.

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