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Performing Shakespeare in India: Exploring Indianness, Literatures and Cultures

 
Shormishtha Panja (Editor) Babli Moitra Saraf (Editor)
Synopsis

This compendium of fourteen papers delves into what constitutes Indianness in the postcolonial context by looking into the text and subtext of Shakespeare’s plays adapted in visual culture, translation, stage performance and cinema.

Offering an important intervention in the ongoing exploration in social and cultural history, it explores how Shakespeare has impacted the emergence of regional identities around questions of language and linguistic empowerment in various ways. Also it reveals an extraordinary negotiation of colonial and postcolonial identity issues—be it in language, in social and cultural practices or in art forms.

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Bibliographic information

Title Performing Shakespeare in India: Exploring Indianness, Literatures and Cultures
Format Hardcover
Date published: 04.10.2016
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789351509745
length vii+268p., Illustrations; 23cm.