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English Studies in Italy

Table of Contents number 3, 2018, September-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-43-09209-3
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  • TITLE: Shakespeare and Popular Culture (edited by Alessandra Petrina and Clara Calvo)
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  • Vol.: XXXI
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    • Section I: Cinema

    • Serena Parisi
    • Che Cosa Sono le Nuvole?: Filmic Appropriation and the Rediscovery of Material Reality

    • pp. 33-50, DOI: 10.7370/92486
    • Maurizio Calbi
    • The Boundaries of Citation and Allusion: Shakespeare in Davide Ferrario's Tutta colpa di Giuda (2008), Alfredo Peyretti's Moana (2009), and Connie Macatuno's Rome and Juliet (2006)

    • pp. 51-72, DOI: 10.7370/92487
    • Section II: Music

    • Fernando Cioni
    • When the Lovers Meet Prospero. Jeremy Sams's The Enchanted Island, a Shakespearean Pastiche

    • pp. 73-96, DOI: 10.7370/92488
    • Sara Soncini
    • "O O O O that Shakespeherian Rap": Reimagining Othello through Contemporary Popular Music

    • pp. 97-120, DOI: 10.7370/92489
    • Section III: Text and Performance

    • Beatrice Montorfano
    • Shakespeare, a Basketball Court and Felicità. Collettivo Teatro Metropopolare in La Dogaia Prison, Prato

    • pp. 139-154, DOI: 10.7370/92491
    • Section IV: Fiction and Advertising

    • Laura Tosi
    • Rosalind and Celia as the Victorians Liked Them: Womanly Heroines in the Forest of Arden

    • pp. 155-174, DOI: 10.7370/92492
    • Clara Calvo
    • Shakespeare and the Edwardian Turn of Mind: Textual Poaching and Mis-citation

    • pp. 175-196, DOI: 10.7370/92493