Shakespeare Thinking

Shakespeare Thinking
Author : Philip Davis
Publisher : A&C Black
Total Pages : 128
Release : 2009-05-17
ISBN 10 : 9781441129031
ISBN 13 : 1441129030
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Shakespeare Thinking Book Description:

Shakespearean thinking is always dynamic: thinking that happens in the living moment of its performance, in quickly passing process. This book offers a model of human mentality that can be shown through the dense immediacy of dramatic thinking, as embodied above all in Shakespeare's working method. Shakespeare Thinking discusses the positioning of Shakespeare as the paradigm of fully human mental creativity from the Romantics to the latest neurological experiments which show that Shakespeare can reveal new understandings of the hard-wiring of the human brain, and the sheer sudden electricity of its synaptic development.

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