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Shakespeare and the supernatural

Margaret Lucy

Shakespeare and the supernatural

a brief study of folklore, superstition, and witchcraft in "Macbeth," "Midsummer Night"s Dream" and "The Tempest,"

by Margaret Lucy

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Published by At the Shakespeare Press, Jaggard & company in Liverpool .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Knowledge -- Folklore.,
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Knowledge -- Occultism.,
  • Macbeth, King of Scotland, 11th cent. -- In literature.,
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Bibliography.,
  • Supernatural in literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Margaret Lucy; with a bibliography of the subject by William Jaggard.
    ContributionsJaggard, William, 1868-1947.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR3004 .L8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6969692M
    LC Control Number06017490
    OCLC/WorldCa330900

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    Shakespeare and the Supernatural: Margaret Lucy: Paperback: General book. Magic, Books, and the Supernatural in Shakespeare's Tempest. From Shakespeare's Comedy of The esthetic-tokyo.com William J. Rolfe. New York: American Book Company, In reading The Tempest we must bear in mind that the belief in magic and witchcraft was in Shakespeare's day an established article in the popular creed, and accepted by the great majority of the cultivated and learned.

    The supernatural elements and superstitions in ‘Julius Caesar’ have been introduced to reflect the prevailing social beliefs and taboos, and to cater to the crude taste of the groundlings. The people living in the age of Shakespeare believed in black magic and supernatural appearances. May 31,  · Shakespeare and the supernatural a brief study of folklore, superstition, and witchcraft in 'Macbeth,' 'Midsummer Night's Dream' and 'The Tempest,' by Margaret Lucy. Published by At the Shakespeare Press, Jaggard & company in Liverpool. Written in EnglishAuthor: Margaret Lucy.


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Discusses Shakespeare's attitude toward the superstitions of his Shakespeare and the supernatural book and toward religion, as expressed in his writings. Includes bibliography of his works on the esthetic-tokyo.com TITLE IS CITED AND RECOMMENDED BY: Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature; Books for College Libraries; A Shakespeare Bibliography - esthetic-tokyo.com: Cumberland Clark.

Mar 18,  · Shakespeare and the Supernatural: A Brief Study of Folklore, Superstition, and Witchcraft in Macbeth, Midsummer Night's Dream and the Tempest Hardcover – 5/5(1). Jan 01,  · Discusses Shakespeare's attitude toward the superstitions of his day and toward religion, as expressed in his writings.

Includes bibliography of his works on the subject. THIS TITLE IS CITED AND RECOMMENDED BY: Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature; Books for College Libraries; A Shakespeare Bibliography - Ebisch.4/5(1). Shakespeare And The Supernatural book.

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Shakespeare and the Supernatural On the thrilling cusp between superstition and rationality, Shakespeare’s plays exploit the theatre as a place of make-believe and fantasy even as they also explore its secular, rational, and human-centred understandings of the world.

Some of Shakespeare’s most well-known plays such as Macbeth, Hamlet, The Tempest and Julius Caesar were very much influenced by witchcraft and the supernatural. Prophecies posit a number of hypothetical futures, questioning our interpretation of historical narratives and supernatural phenomena.

By producing the supernatural through language, rather than through characters or special effects, prophecies challenge our interpretations of Shakespeare’s plays. Nov 21,  · a brief study of folklore, superstition, and witchcraft in 'Macbeth,' 'Midsummer Night's Dream' and 'The Tempest,' by Margaret Lucy; with a bibliography of the subject by William Jaggard.

From the Brittle Books digitization program at the Ohio State University Libraries. Shakespeare and the supernatural explores the supernatural in Shakespearean drama, taking account of historical contexts and meanings together with contemporary approaches to these aspects in performance on stage, screen and in popular culture.

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in Shakespeare and the supernatural After Shakespeare’s masterful representation of the ‘wayward sisters’ in Macbeth, the witches began to multiply in number, sing, and become semi-comic figures in Restoration adaptations (including a parody of them as early as ).

William Shakespeare's Dramatic Use of the Supernatural in Macbeth Be sure to include the witches, the dagger, Banquo's ghost, the apparitions and the Old man.

There are many themes in Macbeth like ambition, loyalty and hypocrisy but Shakespeare has used the theme of the supernatural to create.

Supernatural Environments in Shakespeare's England explores a series of cultural spaces that focused attention on interactions between the human and the demonic or divine: the deathbed, purgatory, demonic contracts and their spatial surround, Reformation cosmologies and a landscape newly subject to cartographic esthetic-tokyo.com: Kristen Poole.

Oct 15,  · When it came to stories of the supernatural based on classical mythology, Shakespeare went back to a book he would have studied at school: Ovid’s Metamorphoses. He knew the book both in the original Latin, and in an English translation.

The passage in which he refers most directly to Ovid is Prospero’s renunciation of magic in The Tempest. The Sewanee Review. There are two methods of using the supernatural in literature. It may be used to work out results impossible to natural agencies, or it may be employed simply as a human belief, becoming a motive power and leading to results reached by purely natural means.

Cracking the Coven: Shakespeare, the Supernatural - SJSU characters. This project examines the role of the supernatural in three of.

Shakespeare's plays. you're not logged in. home browse collections journals resources manchesteropenhive manchester university press searchAuthor: Katharine Goodland.Manipulating The Supernatural: William Shakespeare 's Othello And A Midsummer Night 's Dream Words | 4 Pages.

Manipulating the Supernatural It is human .This chapter explores how the fairies are represented in a number of film adaptations of A Midsummer Night’s Dream from through toand considers the effect that film ‘magic’ has on realising the supernatural in the play.