Wilson Knight's Wheel of Fire
- Would he had blotted a thousand. Kerrigan, William // Raritan;Fall97, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p38
Deals with a type of literary criticism. Extreme development of negative judgment; Absolute hostility by critics; Examples from the history of Shakespeare Studies.
- BOOKS RECEIVED. // English Language Notes;Sep73, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p77
A list of books received in the September 1973 issue of "English Language Notes" is presented including "Critic of Shakespeare," by M. M. Badawi, "Possibilities: Essays on the State of the Novel," by Malcolm Bradbury, and "Milton's Poetry of Choice and Its Romantic Heirs," by Leslie Brisman.
- Shakespeare in His Element. Berson, Misha // American Theatre;May/Jun99, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p36
Discusses why theaters and actors in the United States (US) fail to bring the most revered plays of William Shakespeare in breathing life. Information on Shakespeare as an artist belonging to his own time and his own theatre; How actors in the US are different from their counterparts in...
- Books Reviewed. // Year's Work in English Studies;2004, Vol. 83, p372
Lists books reviewed on the works of William Shakespeare.
- Borges and Shakespeare. Tiffany, Grace // Shakespeare Newsletter;Winter2006/2007, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p101
The article reviews the periodical "Latin American Literary Review."
- Forum: Is There Character After Theory? Falco, Raphael // Shakespeare Studies;2006, Vol. 34, p21
The author discusses the relationship between character and theory in relation to criticism of William Shakespeare and other dramatists. He argues that despite an overt skepticism among postmodern literary critics regarding the existence of a coherent individual subject, critics continue to...
- Culture Benders. Bowman, James // American Spectator;Nov2008, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p68
The article presents the author's views on academic writing by Harold Bloom and other scholars characterizing the work of William Shakespeare as timeless and universal. The author, however, feels the teaching of Shakespeare should also include attention to the poet's historical and cultural context.
- Literary Contexts in Plays: William Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'. Vernay, Jean-Fran�ois // Literary Contexts in Plays: William Shakespeare's 'Macbeth';2007, p1
"Macbeth" (c.1606) is a play of deception and self-deception, of ambition and revenge, of equivocation and equivocality. The eponymous overreacher will meet his downfall after his overnight rising. Like a show of puppetry, it is hard to tell who is being manipulated and who is the manipulator,...
- The Window Scenes in Romeo and Juliet and Folk Songs of the Night. Colaco, Jill // Studies in Philology;Spring86, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p138
Analyzes the window scenes in the play 'Romeo and Juliet,' by William Shakespeare. Nature of the bond between the play's main characters; Role of the night visit element that threads its way through intimate dialogues of plighting and parting; European folklore origins of the play.