The latest issue of Litteraria Pragensia, “Early and Late Modern Creativity: Uses of Shakespeare”, edited by Martina Pranić and Martin Procházka, has just been published. All the essays are available in open access on the journal website.
- Martina Pranić: Introduction. Early and Late Modern Creativity: Uses of Shakespeare
- Matthias Riedl: Creativity in the Early Reformation Period: Technology, Society, and the Magic of Language
- Sam Gilchrist Hall: A “notable foundation of hearsay”: Creative Appropriations of Troy in Chaucer, Chapman, and Shakespeare
- Martina Pranić: Cavendish’s Clowns: Uses of Wise Folly in Four Plays by Margaret Cavendish
- James Little: Samuel Beckett’s Remembrance of Texts Past: Shakespeare, Proust, and Joyce in Not I and That Time
- Miguel Ramalhete Gomes: An Imitative Industry: Creating Tyrants after T.
- An Interview with Ewan Fernie: “Everything to Everybody”: How the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library Is Giving Shakespeare Back to the People
- David Livingstone: A Well-Versed Overview of Verse in Theatre (review)
- Petra Johana Poncarová: Reclaiming Andersen (review)
We are also happy to launch our cooperation with young Prague-based designer Karolína Bendová who has designed the cover.