The Resource "All the world's a stage" : dramatic sensibility in Mary Shelley's novels, Charlene E. Bunnell
- "All the world's a stage" : dramatic sensibility in Mary Shelley's novels, Charlene E. Bunnell
- Title remainder
- dramatic sensibility in Mary Shelley's novels
- Statement of responsibility
- Charlene E. Bunnell
- Bibliography note
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-203) and index
- Roots of Mary Shelley's dramatic sensibility -- Frankenstein: storytelling as dramatic performance -- Mathilda: life as theatrical production -- The last man: autobiography as drama -- Valperga: theatrical plots and dramatic intrigue -- Perkin Warbeck: problematic roles and identities -- Lodore: public spectacle and private lives -- Falkner: the illusion of romance
- Control code
- 24 cm.
- xii, 212 p.
- (acid-free paper)
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