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Shakespeare's Practical Jokes: An Introduction to the Comic in His Work - Ellis, David
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: ASSOCIATED UNIV PRESSES, [GR: 15710 - HC/Literaturwissenschaft/Allgemeines, Lexika], [SW: - Literature - Classics / Criticism], Gebunden, Klappentext: There is a mountain of work on Shakespeare's comedies but very little on what, in all the plays, can be described as comic. In this book that topic is approached via a number of practical joke episodes, some of them well known - the deceptions Hal and Poins practice on Falstaff, the tricking of Malvolio or Parolles - the others a little less so (the 'Induction' to The Taming of the Shrew for example). In order to define more closely the many different kinds of comedy Shakepseare can find in the practical joke, comparisons are made with the use of the beffa in both Boccaccio and later Italian writers, and with similar episodes from the work of Jonson. Frequent references are also made to practical jokes as they occur in later literature or in our current popular culture and, throughout the book, there is a running argument with Freud and Bergson, still always cited (surprisingly enough) as the two chief authorities on the comic. There is a mountain of work on Shakespeare's comedies but very little on what, in all the plays, can be described as comic. In this book that topic is approached via a number of practical joke episodes, some of them well known - the deceptions Hal and Poins practice on Falstaff, the tricking of Malvolio or Parolles - the others a little less so (the 'Induction' to The Taming of the Shrew for example). In order to define more closely the many different kinds of comedy Shakepseare can find in the practical joke, comparisons are made with the use of the beffa in both Boccaccio and later Italian writers, and with similar episodes from the work of Jonson. Frequent references are also made to practical jokes as they occur in later literature or in our current popular culture and, throughout the book, there is a running argument with Freud and Bergson, still always cited (surprisingly enough) as the two chief authorities on the comic.

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There is a mountain of work on Shakespeare''s comedies but very little on what, in all the plays, can be described as comic. In this book that topic is approached via a number of practical joke episodes, some of them well known - the deceptions Hal and Poins practice on Falstaff, the tricking of Malvolio or Parolles - the others a little less so (the ''Induction'' to The Taming of the Shrew for example). In order to define more closely the many different kinds of comedy Shakepseare can find in the practical joke, comparisons are made with the use of the beffa in both Boccaccio and later Italian writers, and with similar episodes from the work of Jonson. Frequent references are also made to practical jokes as they occur in later literature or in our current popular culture and, throughout the book, there is a running argument with Freud and Bergson, still always cited (surprisingly enough) as the two chief authorities on the comic. David Ellis, Books, Fiction and Literature, Shakespeare's Practical Jokes: An Introduction to the Comic in His Work Books>Fiction and Literature There is a mountain of work on Shakespeare's comedies but very little on what, in all the plays, can be described as comic. In this book that topic is approached via a number of practical joke episodes, some of them well known - the deceptions Hal and Poins practice on Falstaff, the tricking of Malvolio or Parolles - the others a little less so (the 'Induction' to The Taming of the Shrew for example). In order to define more closely the many different kinds of comedy Shakepseare can find in the practical joke, comparisons are made with the use of the beffa in both Boccaccio and later Italian writers, and with similar episodes from the work of Jonson. Frequent references are also made to practical jokes as they occur in later literature or in our current popular culture and, throughout the book, there is a running argument with Freud and Bergson, still always cited (surprisingly enough) as the two chief authorities on the comic.

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There is a mountain of work on Shakespeare's comedies but very little on what, in all the plays, can be described as comic. In this book that topic is approached via a number of practical joke episodes, some of them well known - the deceptions Hal and Poins practice on Falstaff, the tricking of Malvolio or Parolles - the others a little less so (the 'Induction' to The Taming of the Shrew for. There is a mountain of work on Shakespeare's comedies but very little on what, in all the plays, can be described as comic. In this book that topic is approached via a number of practical joke episodes, some of them well known - the deceptions Hal and Poins practice on Falstaff, the tricking of Malvolio or Parolles - the others a little less so (the 'Induction' to The Taming of the Shrew for example). In order to define more closely the many different kinds of comedy Shakepseare can find in the practical joke, comparisons are made with the USE of the beffa in both Boccaccio and later Italian writers, and with similar episodes from the work of Jonson. Frequent references are also made to practical jokes as they occur in later literature or in our current popular culture and, throughout the book, there is a running argument with Freud and Bergson, still always cited (surprisingly enough) as the two chief authorities on the comic. Books, Poetry and Drama~~Literature - History & Criticism~~Literary Reference Works, Shakespeare's Practical Jokes~~Book~~9781611482829~~David Ellis, , , , , , , , , ,

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Shakespeare's Practical Jokes: An Introduction to the Comic in His Work

There is a mountain of work on Shakespeare's comedies but very little on what, in all the plays, can be described as comic. In this book that topic is approached via a number of practical joke episodes, some of them well known - the deceptions Hal and Poins practice on Falstaff, the tricking of Malvolio or Parolles - the others a little less so (the 'Induction' to The Taming of the Shrew for example). In order to define more closely the many different kinds of comedy Shakepseare can find in the practical joke, comparisons are made with the use of the beffa in both Boccaccio and later Italian writers, and with similar episodes from the work of Jonson. Frequent references are also made to practical jokes as they occur in later literature or in our current popular culture and, throughout the book, there is a running argument with Freud and Bergson, still always cited (surprisingly enough) as the two chief authorities on the comic.

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Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: ASSOCIATED UNIV PRESSES
Language: eng/Englisch

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