8 edition of Eroticism on the Renaissance stage found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-190) and index.
|Statement||Celia R. Daileader.|
|Series||Cambridge studies in Renaissance literature and culture ;, 30|
|LC Classifications||PR658.W6 D35 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||97047555|
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Eroticism on the Renaissance Stage: Transcendence, Desire, and the Limits of the Visible. In this book, Celia Daileader explores the paradoxes of eroticism on the stage in early modern England, where women and their bodies (represented by boy actors) were materially absent and yet symbolically central.
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Summary: In this book, Celia Eroticism on the Renaissance stage book explores paradoxes of eroticism on the early modern English stage, where women were materially absent but symbolically central.
She draws an analogy with the suppression of religious drama in England and draws together questions about the bodies - of Christ and of woman - banished from the stage. Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford.
Sexuality and Eroticism on the Renaissance Stage CHARLES R. FORKER Indiana University It can hardly be denied that Renaissance drama, at least in its English manifestation, constitutes a body of plays as highly charged with eroticism and as profoundly concerned with questions of sexuality as any in history.
The erotic is the stuff of legend, but also of daily life. It is inextricable from relations of power and subordination and is plays a fundamental role in the heirarchical social structures of the period. The erotic is also very much a part of the spiritual realm, often in morally ambiguous ways.
Identifying the stage as a primary site for erotic display, these essays take eroticism in Renaissance culture as a paradigm for issues of sexuality and identity in early modern culture. Magic rings; seductive she-devils; satyrs bound and whipped on stage; a woman sexually coerced in the confessional; a boy caught masturbating over a midwifery manual; a marriage of true minds between two men; a prince led to repentance at the sight.
Identifying the stage as a primary site for erotic display, these essays take eroticism in Renaissance culture as a paradigm for issues of sexuality and identity in early modern culture. Contributors examine how the Renaissance stage functioned as a decoder for erotic experience, both reinforcing and subverting expected sexual behaviour.
"Eroticism on the Renaissance Stage" on Amazon Celia R. Caputi Celia Daileader explores the paradoxes of eroticism in early modern English drama, where women and their bodies (represented by boy actors) were materially absent and yet symbolically central.
Female-female eroticism had no formal space in the dominant premodern discourse on sex, which posited the phallus as indispensable to a woman's social and sexual fulfillment.
For this reason, inevitably this chapter largely focuses on male, rather than female : David L. Orvis. Celia R. Daileader Eroticism on the Renaissance Stage: Transcendence, Desire, and the Limits of the VisibleCambridge: Cambridge University Press, p.
£ ISBN: - Mario DiGangi The Homoerotics of Early Modern DramaCambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. £ ISBN: - Volume 16 Issue 3 - Simon Author: Simon Shepherd. Erotic politics: desire on the Renaissance stage.
Book Author(s) Susan Zimmerman Date Publisher Routledge Pub place New York ISBNISBN Erotic politics: desire on the Renaissance stage. Library availability. View in catalogue Find other formats/editions.
fie Skull on the Renaissance Stage: Imagination and the Erotic L fe of Props HEN Hamlet returns to Denmark from England, only to find a very Enghsh-seeming churchyard and sexton, he walks into a scene unprecedented on the Elizabethan stage.
Act 5, scene I of Hamlet is apparently the first known scene in Enghsh Renaissance. Taking eroticism on the English Renaissance Stage as a paradigm for issues of sexuality and identity, these essays examine the nature of sexual definition and desire in early modern culture. Recent studies of Renaissance sexuality have focused on the subversive potential of gender reversal; Erotic Politics widens the arena of debate to study the structure and cultural definition.
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The Renaissance Nude will be on display at the Royal Academy of Arts from 3 March until 2 June Featured images: Antonio Pollaiuolo – Battle of the Nudes, s. Engraving, 42 x cm. The Albertina Museum, Vienna; Raphael – The Three Graces, c. Red chalk on paper, x cm.
Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen. Explore the Exhibition: Inspired by a renewed interest in classical sculpture and closer study of nature, Renaissance artists made the nude body ever more vibrant, lifelike, and central to their practice.
Yet pious European Renaissance society was troubled by the nude and its new sensuality—a conflicted response echoed in the world today, where images of nudity have. A listing of works widely held to be sexually titillating, and often written expressly for that purpose.
Death and the Standing Nude by Barthel Beham. Renaissance. Early modern. The Wandering Whore, by Lorenzo Venier. La Cazzaria, by Antonio Vignali. The Choise of Valentines, by Thomas Nashe. The School of Women, or The Seven. The book was published again in with lascivious sonnets added to the erotic engravings, and again it was suppressed.
A few fragments of the illustrations have survived, and someone must have hung on to at least one of the original books, because subsequently further editions were : Lydia Kang.
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