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  • Spiritual Shakespearesby Ewan Fernie

    Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 41.95

    This is the first book to explore the scope for reading Shakespeare spiritually in the light of contemporary theory and current world events. more...

  • Shame in Shakespeareby Ewan Fernie

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 40.95

    One of the most intense and painful of our human passions, shame is typically seen in contemporary culture as a disability or a disease to be cured. Shakespeare's ultimately positive portrayal of the emotion challenges this view. Drawing on philosophers and theorists of shame, Shame in Shakespeare analyses the shame and humiliation suffered by... more...

  • The Demonicby Ewan Fernie

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 39.95

    Are we either good or bad, and do we really know the difference? Why do we want what we cannot have, and even to be what we?re not? Can we desire others without wanting to possess them? Can we open to others and not risk possession ourselves? And where, in these cases, do we draw the line? Ewan Fernie argues that the demonic tradition in literature... more...

  • Reconceiving the Renaissanceby Ewan Fernie; Ramona Wray; Mark Thornton Burnett; Clare McManus

    Oxford University Press, UK 2005; US$ 59.99

    The last two decades have transformed the field of Renaissance studies, and Reconceiving the Renaissance maps this change. Attending to the breadth of fresh approaches, the volume offers a theoretical overview of current thinking about the period. Collecting in one volume the classic and cutting-edge statements which define early modern scholarship... more...

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