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Author Meek, Richard, 1975-
Title Narrating the visual in Shakespeare / Richard Meek.
Publisher Farnham : Ashgate, c2009.



Descript viii, 222 p. : ill.
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Contents Contents: Introduction: Shakespeare, narrative and art; 'To captivate the eye': Venus and Adonis; 'To see sad sights': reading and ekphrasis in The Rape of Lucrece; 'The painting of a sorrow': Hamlet; 'I would not take this from report': seeing and not seeing in King Lear; 'Here's a sight for thee': the claims of narrative in The Winter's Tale; Coda: the promise of satisfaction; Bibliography; Index.
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781351915953 (e-book)
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Author Meek, Richard, 1975-
Subject Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Narration (Rhetoric)
Mimesis in literature.
Visualization in literature.
Visual perception in literature.
Imagery (Psychology) in literature.
Descript viii, 222 p. : ill.
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Media computer
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Contents Contents: Introduction: Shakespeare, narrative and art; 'To captivate the eye': Venus and Adonis; 'To see sad sights': reading and ekphrasis in The Rape of Lucrece; 'The painting of a sorrow': Hamlet; 'I would not take this from report': seeing and not seeing in King Lear; 'Here's a sight for thee': the claims of narrative in The Winter's Tale; Coda: the promise of satisfaction; Bibliography; Index.
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781351915953 (e-book)
Author Meek, Richard, 1975-
Subject Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Narration (Rhetoric)
Mimesis in literature.
Visualization in literature.
Visual perception in literature.
Imagery (Psychology) in literature.

Subject Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Narration (Rhetoric)
Mimesis in literature.
Visualization in literature.
Visual perception in literature.
Imagery (Psychology) in literature.
Descript viii, 222 p. : ill.
Content text
Media computer
Carrier online resource
Contents Contents: Introduction: Shakespeare, narrative and art; 'To captivate the eye': Venus and Adonis; 'To see sad sights': reading and ekphrasis in The Rape of Lucrece; 'The painting of a sorrow': Hamlet; 'I would not take this from report': seeing and not seeing in King Lear; 'Here's a sight for thee': the claims of narrative in The Winter's Tale; Coda: the promise of satisfaction; Bibliography; Index.
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781351915953 (e-book)

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