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Empowered by madness: Ophelia in the films of Kozintsev, Zeffirelli, and Branagh
(Salisbury State College, 2006)
Feminist intervention in theatre studies in recent years has initiated new ways of reading and interpreting Shakespeare's plays by shifting the focus from conventional text-centered analysis to seeing the play [...]
Aesthetics of deception on the stage: the conflict between reality and appearance in John Webster’s the White Devil
(Doğuş Üniversitesi, 2000-01-15)
John Webster (1580-1634), a highly sophisticated yet equally pessimistic playwright of Jacobean England, depicts a world of corruption in which there is no place for the conventional notions of good and evil. In Webster's ...