Byrons lyric poetry. Byron and Shakespeare. Byron and the eighteenth century. Byrons European reception. Byron postmodernism and intertextuality.
Select bibliography. Byron and the theatre. The Vision of Judgment and the visions of author.
Further reading. Droits d'auteur. Informations bibliographiques.
- TARDIS Eruditorum - An Unauthorized Critical History of Doctor Who Volume 3: Jon Pertwee.
- Poems Of Life - When Words Are Difficult;
- List of Cambridge Companions to Literature and Classics;
Byrons life and his biographers. Byrons politics.
The Cambridge Companion to British Romantic Poetry - Maureen N. McLane - Google книги
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Companions to Literature series. This Companion is a lively collection of critical and historical essays on the films adapted from, and inspired by, Shakespeare's plays.
Chapters have been revised and updated from the first edition to include the most recent films and scholarship. An international team of leading scholars discuss Shakespearean films from a variety of perspectives: as works of art in their own right; as products of the international movie industry; and as the work of particular directors from Laurence Olivier and Orson Welles to Franco Zeffirelli and Kenneth Branagh. They also consider specific issues such as the portrayal of Shakespeare's women and the supernatural. Series Note: " Cambridge Companions are lively, accessible introductions to major writers, artists, philosophers, topics and periods.
All are collections of specially commissioned essays, shaped and introduced to appeal to student readers.
The Cambridge Companion to Byron - Cambridge Companions to Literature
Together the chapters add up to a systematic critical account of, for example Plato, Luther, Jane Austen, Tom Stoppard or Stravinsky, the French Novel or Jewish American Literature, and each book is supported by reference features such as a chronology and guide to further reading. Companions have colonised several fields within Humanities. The first two titles - Companions to Shakespeare and to Chaucer - were published in They were commissioned to meet a demand from students who wanted reasonably priced critical books that offered a variety of viewpoints rather than a single, idiosyncratic voice.