Twelve clear and effective essays shed new light on Shakespeare. The contributors write in, on, and sometimes against deconstruction, the most powerful and controversial theoretical movement in decades. Writing about several plays and sonnets, the critics explore the contribution of deconstruction to our understanding of Shakespeare. This unique and wide-ranging collection of essays will interest Shakespeareans and theorists alike.
New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1991. VIII, 283 pp.
Contributions by G. Douglas Atkins, Gary Waller, Annabel Patterson, Howard Felperin, Ralph Flores, William O. Scott, John
M. Kopper, Geraldo U. de Sousa, Michael McCanles, Timothy Murray, Jonathan Goldberg and Jackson I. Cope.