Shakespeare, Objects And Phenomenology: Daggers Of The Mind

Shakespeare, Objects And Phenomenology
By Susan Sachon

Taking the reader on a series journeys, it engages in an exciting dialogue between the disciplines of modern acting techniques, historicist research, phenomenology, and cognitive studies, to probe our sentient and intuitive responses to Shakespeare’s language. What happens once we encounter objects on page and stage, and the way we will imagine that impact in performance? What influences may need to shape the language that created them; and what do they reveal about our response to what we see and hear? By placing objects under the phenomenological lens, and scrutinizing them as vital conduits between lived experience and language, this book illuminates Shakespeare’s writing as an upscale source for an investigation into the way we expect, feel and communicate as embodied beings.

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