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13%OFFSherman, Donovan - Second Death: Theatricalities of the Soul in Shakespeare's Drama (Edinburgh Critical Studies in Shakespeare and Philosophy) - 9781474426091 - V9781474426091
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Second Death: Theatricalities of the Soul in Shakespeare's Drama (Edinburgh Critical Studies in Shakespeare and Philosophy)

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Description for Second Death: Theatricalities of the Soul in Shakespeare's Drama (Edinburgh Critical Studies in Shakespeare and Philosophy) Paperback. Series: Edinburgh Critical Studies in Shakespeare and Philosophy. BIC Classification: 1DBK; DDS; DSB; DSGS. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). .
Donovan Sherman's study is original in the ways in which it seeks to join together a theology of the soul and the mode of performance and theatre. I admire the determinedly pre-Cartesian thrust of the book, as also the sense that Shakespeare is doing philosophical work in the form of theatre. -- Sarah Beckwith, Duke University Second Death seeks to revitalise our understanding of the soul as a philosophically profound, theoretically radical, and ultimately-and counterintuitively-theatrically realised concept. The book contends that the work of Shakespeare, when closely read alongside early modern cultural and religious writings, helps us understand ... Read more

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Publisher
Edinburgh University Press
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2017
Series
Edinburgh Critical Studies in Shakespeare and Philosophy
Condition
New
Number of Pages
224
Place of Publication
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781474426091
SKU
V9781474426091
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About Sherman, Donovan
Donovan Sherman is Assistant Professor at Seton Hall University, New Jersey.

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