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Intoxicating Rhythms; Or, Shakespeare, Literary Drama, and Performance (Studies)


Stimulated in part by Lukas Erne’s fresh engagement with the evidence for his 2003 monograph Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist, there has been a remarkably uncontroversial “return of the author” in Shakespeare studies. Yet throughout this book and others, the “return of the author” seems to depend on a specific understanding of the proprieties of dramatic performance. Taking issue with the understanding of “performance” underwriting the “return” of Shakespeare as a literary dramatist, this essay suggests some of the challenges facing the practice of Shakespeare performance studies today.

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