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The Palgrave Handbook of Shakespeare's Queens

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction
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    Chapter 2 Stagecraft and Statecraft: Queenship and Theatricality on the Shakespearean Stage
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    Chapter 3 Shakespeare’s Queens and Collective Forces: Facing Aristocracy, Dealing with Crowds
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    Chapter 4 “I Trust I May Not Trust Thee”: Queens and Royal Women’s Visions of the World in King John
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    Chapter 5 Cordelia, Foreign Queenship, and the Commonweal
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    Chapter 6 “Tremble at Patience”: Constant Queens and Female Solidarity in The Two Noble Kinsmen and The Winter’s Tale
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    Chapter 7 “To Beare the Name of a Quéene”: Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester and Lady Macbeth: Queenship and Motherhood
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    Chapter 8 Womb Rhetoric: The Martial Maternity of Volumnia, Tamora, and Elizabeth I
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    Chapter 9 “Good queen, my lord, good queen”: Royal Mothers in Shakespeare’s Plays
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    Chapter 10 Margaret of Anjou and the Rhetoric of Sovereign Vengeance
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    Chapter 11 “I Can No Longer Hold Me Patient!”: Margaret, Anger, and Political Voice in Richard III
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    Chapter 12 Shakespeare’s Cleopatra as Meta-Theatrical Monarch
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    Chapter 13 “Nothing Hath Begot My Something Grief”: Invisible Queenship in Shakespeare’s Second Tetralogy
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    Chapter 14 The Queen’s Two Bodies in The Winter’s Tale
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    Chapter 15 The Political Aesthetics of Anne Boleyn’s Queenship in Henry VIII
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    Chapter 16 The Fortification and Containment of Elizabeth I’s Rhetoric and Performance in Shakespeare and Fletcher’s Henry VIII
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    Chapter 17 The Princess’ Political Mission in Love’s Labour’s Lost : The Embassy to Get Aquitaine and “All that Is” Navarre’s
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    Chapter 18 Katherine of Aragon, Protestant Purity, and the Anxieties of Cultural Mixing in Shakespeare and Fletcher’s Henry VIII
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    Chapter 19 “The Ambition in My Love”: The Theater of Courtly Conduct in All’s Well that Ends Well
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    Chapter 20 As Wise as She Is Beautiful: Reconciling Shakespeare’s Fairy Queen and Spenser’s Faerie Queene
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    Chapter 21 The Princess of France: Difference and Dif(fé)rance in Love’s Labour’s Lost
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    Chapter 22 “A Gap in Nature”: Rewriting Cleopatra Through Antony and Cleopatra ’s Cosmology
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    Chapter 23 En un infierno los dos : Katherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn in Shakespeare & Fletcher’s Henry VIII and Calderón’s La cisma de Inglaterra
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    Chapter 24 Margaret of Anjou: Shakespeare’s Adapted Heroine
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    Chapter 25 The Bard, the Bride, and the Muse Bemused: Katherine of Valois on Film in Shakespeare’s Henry V
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    Chapter 26 The “Squeaking Cleopatra Boy”: Performance of the Queen’s Two Bodies on the Early Modern Stage
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Title
The Palgrave Handbook of Shakespeare's Queens
Published by
Palgrave Macmillan, January 2018
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-74518-3
ISBNs
978-3-31-974518-3, 978-3-31-974517-6
Editors

Kavita Mudan Finn, Valerie Schutte

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