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Title Shakesqueer [electronic resource] : a queer companion to the complete works of Shakespeare / edited by Madhavi Menon.
Publication Info. Durham [NC] : Duke University Press, 2011.
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Description 1 online resource.
Series Series Q.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents All is True (Henry VIII) : The Unbearable Sex of Henry VIII / Steven Bruhm -- All's Well That Ends Well : is Marriage Always Already Heterosexual? / Julie Crawford -- Antony and Cleopatra : Aught an Eunuch Has / Ellis Hanson - As You Like It : Fortune?'s Turn / Valerie Rohy -- Cardenio : "Absonant Desire": The Question of Cardenio / Philip Lorenz -- The Comedy of Errors : In Praise of Error / LynNe Huffer -- Coriolanus : "Tell Me Not Wherein I Seem Unnatural?" : Queer meditations on Coriolanus in the Time of War / Jason Edwards -- Cymbeline : desire vomit emptiness : Cymbeline's marriage time / Amanda Berry -- Hamlet : Hamlet?s Wounded Name / Lee Edelman -- Henry IV, Part 1 : When Harry Met Harry / Matt Bell -- King Henry IV, Part 2 : The Deep Structure of Sexuality : War and Masochism in Henry IV, Part 2 / Daniel Juan Gil -- King Henry V : Scambling Harry and Sampling Hal / Drew Daniel -- Henry VI, Part 1 : "Wounded Alpha Bad Boy Soldier" / Mario DiGangi -- Henry VI, Part 2 : The Gayest Play Ever / Stephen Guy-Bray -- Henry VI, Part 3 : Stay / Cary Howie -- Julius Caesar : Thus, Always : Julius Caesar and Abraham Lincoln / Bethany Schneider -- King John : Queer Futility: Or, The Life and Death of King John / Kathryn Schwarz -- King Lear : Lear's Queer Cosmos / Laurie Shannon -- A Lover's Complaint : Learning How to Love (Again) / Ashley T. Shelden -- Love's Labour's Lost : The L Words / Madhavi Menon Love's Labour's Won : Doctorin? the Bard: A Contemporary Appropriation of Love's Labour's Won / Hector Kollias-- Macbeth : Milk / Heather Love -- Measure for Measure : Same-Saint Desire / Paul Morrison -- The Merchant of Venice : The Rites of Queer Marriage in The Merchant of Venice / Arthur L. Little Jr. -- The Merry Wives of Windsor : What Do Women Want? / Jonathan Goldberg -- A Midsummer Night's Dream : Shakespeare's Ass Play / Richard Rambuss -- Much Ado About Nothing : Closing Ranks, Keeping Company : Marriage Plots and the Will to be Single in Much Ado about Nothing / Ann Pellegrini --Othello : Othello?s Penis: Or, Islam in the Closet / Daniel Boyarin -- Pericles : "Curious Pleasures" : Pericles beyond the Civility of Union / Patrick O'Malley -- The Phoenix and the Turtle : Number There in Love Was Slain / Karl Steel -- The Rape of Lucrece : Desire My Pilot Is / Peter Coviello -- Richard II : Pretty Richard / Judith Brown -- Richard III : Fuck the Disabled : The Prequel / Robert McRuer -- Romeo and Juliet : Romeo and Juliet Love Death / Carla Freccero -- Sir Thomas More : More or Less Queer / Jeffrey Masten -- The Sonnets : Momma's Boys / Aranye Fradenburg -- Speech Therapy / Barbara Johnson -- More Life : Shakespeare's Sonnet Machines / Julian Yates -- The Taming of the Shrew : Latin Lovers in The Taming of the Shrew / Bruce Smith - The Tempest : Forgetting The Tempest / Kevin Ohi -- Timon of Athens : Skepticism, Sovereignty, Sodomy / James Kuzner -- Titus Andronicus : A Child's Garden of Atrocities / Michael Moon -- Troilus and Cressida : The Leather Men and the Lovely Boy : Reading Positions in Troilus and Cressida / Alan Sinfield - Twelfth Night : Is There an Audience for My Play? / Sharon Holland -- The Two Gentlemen of Verona : Pageboy, or The Two Gentlemen from Verona : The Movie / Amy Villarejo -- The Two Noble Kinsmen : Philadelphia, or, War / Jody Greene -- Venus and Adonis : Venus and Adonis Frieze / Andrew Nicholls -- The Winter?s Tale -- Lost, or "Exit, Pursued by a Bear": Causing Queer Children on Shakespeare's TV / Kathryn Bond.
Note Description based on print version record
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Subject Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Queer theory.
Added Author Menon, Madhavi.
Ebooks Corporation
Related To Print version: Shakesqueer Series Q Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 2011 Series Q 9780822348337 0822348330 9780822348450 0822348454 (DLC) 2010035884
ISBN 9780822393337 (ebook)
0822393336 (ebook)
9780822348337 (cloth : alk. paper)
0822348330 (cloth : alk. paper)
9780822348450 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0822348454 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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