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6.12

Volume: 6
Issue: 12
1996

Contents

Donald K. Hedrick
Their Commerce and Ours
4
Martin Procházka
Shakespeare and Modern Commercial Culture: An Overview of Theoretical Problems
8
Chandra Mukerji
Shakespeare in L.A. – A Commentary on "Shakespeare and Modern Commercial Culture"
13
Martin Procházka
Players, Puppets, and the Ghost: Mimesis and Simulacrum in Shakespeare, Kleist, and Commercial Culture
26
Ian Frederick Moulton
Stratford and Bayreuth: Anti-Commercialism, Nationalism, and the Religion of Art
39
Felicia Hardison Londré , Daniel Watermeier
Shakespeare Selling Shakespeare: Festival Commodities as Bait and as Pre-Conditioning
51
John J. Joughin
Shakespeare and De-Traditionalisation: Learning from L.A.
57
Donald K. Hedrick
Teen Shakespeare: Modern Commercial Culture and Collectivity in Porky’s II
76
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