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Young Shakespeare/Late Shakespeare? | Early Modern and Open Access

By November 6, 2016 No Comments

This is part of a bi-weekly series here at TSS: Early Modern and Open Access regularly showcases peer-reviewed articles (or other resources) of interest to early modernists that are freely available in open access formats.


Link:

Lucy Munro, “Young Shakespeare/Late Shakespeare: The Case of Pericles,” ,Actes des congrès de la Société française Shakespeare 34 (2016) 

Abstract:

Once viewed as the first play composed by a young Shakespeare, since the late nineteenth century Pericles has instead been viewed as the first of the ‘late’ plays. This essay explores the processes through which this occurred, and their implications for our understanding of recent editorial and theatrical interventions. By paying attention to the old tradition that Pericles is an early work, we can perceive some of the manoeuvres that are required to make it fully ‘late’.

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Lindsay Ann Reid is a regular contributor to The Scrivener and Early Modern and Open Access. She holds a PhD from the University of Toronto and is a Lecturer in English at the National University of Ireland, Galway.

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