Issue 6 (2008)

Wissenschaftliches Seminar Online 6 (2008)

Shakespearean Foodways: Feasting, Fasting, Playing and Digesting

Table of Contents

  • Susanne Rupp, Christina Wald: Introduction
  • Christian Frobenius: Cannibal Punishment: The Banquet Scene in Titus Andronicus
  • Birgit Walkenhorst: Substance Matters: Food Rites in Titus Andronicus
  • Enno Ruge: Mutton on Fridays: Food, Sex and Puritanism in Vienna
  • Isabel Karremann: “Drinking of the wyne of forgetfulnesse”: The Ambivalent Blessings of Oblivion and the Early Modern Stage
  • Joo Young Dittmann: “A Gap” in the Body: The Witches’ Cauldron and the Permeable Self in Macbeth
  • Yuk Sunny Tien: The Banquet Scene in Macbeth and Curse of the Golden Flower
  • Susanne Rupp, Christina Wald: Call for Statements – Wissenschaftliches Seminar der Shakespeare-Tage 2009

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