The Wooden O Symposium

The Journal of the Wooden O Symposium contents for Volume 5, 2005

 

The Truncated Passive: How Dr. Faustus Avoids Laying Blame or Taking Responsibility
Norma J. Engberg

On Fashionable Education and the Art of Rhetoric: Reflections of a Not-Indifferent Student in Love’s Labour’s Lost
Tom Flanigan

Direct Address in Shakespeare: Unlocking Audience-Centered Moments in Performance
Bill Kincaid, Margie Pignataro and Peter Johnson

“The Lightning Which Doth Cease To Be”: The Human Experience of Time in Romeo and Juliet
Simon J. Ryle

A. C. Bradley’s Concept of the Sublime in Romeo and Juliet
Carole Schuyler

Seeing Shakespeare for the First Time All Over Again in the Boydell Shakespeare Gallery
Katherine Kickel

 

Peter Quince’s Parcell Players
Christopher Scully

Pedagogical Pragmatism and Student Research in the Early Modern Period
Torri Thompson

How to Teach a Moral Lesson: The Function of the Company Clown in The Tragedy of Doctor Faustus and Love’s Labour’s Lost
Bente Videbaek

What IS a “Shakespeare Film,” Anyway?
James M. Welsh

“Wedded to Calamity”: Considering Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet Against the Popular Conduct Literature of the Renaissance
Jamie F. Wheeler

Actors’ Roundtable: Acting Shakespeare: A Roundtable Discussion with Actors from the Utah Shakespeare Festival 2005 Production of Romeo and Juliet
Michael Flachmann

 

 

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