Shakespeares visual regime: tragedy, psychoanalysis, and the gaze
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Armstrong, Philip. Hampshire: Palgrave, Barkan, Leonard. Renaissance Quarterly , Seattle, Clark, Stuart. Shakespeare Quarterly , Vol.
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Laurence Simmons ,. Philip Armstrong Editor. Nadine Pelling Editor ,. John Barletta Editor. He is currently preparing a second book on Shakespeare and Psychoanalysis and researching accounts of cannibalism in Pacific colonial history. Subscribe now to be the first to hear about specials and upcoming releases. Title Author. Add to Basket Add to Wishlist. Description of this Book Can postmodern accounts of the gaze deriving from the psychoanalytic theories of Freud, Lacan, Fanon and Riviere tell us anything about those structures of vision prior to, and repressed by, modernity?
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