Issue 5 (2007)

Wissenschaftliches Seminar Online 5 (2007)

Shakespearean Soundscapes: Music – Voices – Noises – Silence

Table of Contents

  • Tobias Döring, Susanne Rupp: Introduction
  • Carolin Roder: Invading the Body: Sound and (Non-)Sense in King Lear
  • Katrin Trüstedt: The Decomposition of Sound in William Shakespeare’s The Tempest
  • Judith Luig: Sonic Youth – Echo and Identity in Venus and Adonis
  • Felix Sprang: “To hear the rest untold.” Shakespeare’s Arbitration of the “right to remain silent”
  • Kai Wiegandt: “Rumour is a pipe”: Rumour, Fame and Sound in the Second Part of Henry IV
  • Philipp Hinz: Shakespearean Ventriloquisms: Sound, Sight, and Spectacular Exoticism in Makibefo
  • Susanne Rupp, Tobias Döring: Call for Statements – Wissenschaftliches Seminar der Shakespeare-Tage Wien 2008

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