Books con argomento Queens
Klein Stacy S.
edizioni Univ of Notre Dame Pr collana Univ of Notre Dame Pr (Paperback) , 2006
In Ruling Women, Stacy S. Klein explores how queens functioned as imaginative figures in Anglo-Saxon texts. Focusing on pre-Conquest works ranging from Bede to Ælfric, Klein argues that Anglo-Saxon writers drew upon accounts of legendary royal wives to construct cultural ideals of queenship during a time when that...
Antony and Cleopatra
Hall Joan Lord
edizioni Greenwood Pub Group collana (Hardcover) , 2001
For students and general readers, Hall (writing, U. of Colorado-Boulder) summarizes the critical debate and the spectrum of interpretations and theatrical responses to one of the Shakespeare's best loved but in many ways less accessible plays. She considers the textual history; 17th-century contexts including gender...