Renaissance Drama 31: New Series XXXI 2002 Performing Affect

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Jeffrey Masten, Wendy Wall
Northwestern University Press, 24.07.2002 - 246 Seiten
Performing Affect, Volume 31 of Renaissance Drama, examines the rehearsal of emotion on the Renaissance stage. These new essays consider the ways in which Renaissance plays represent emotional states, while also presenting new scholarship specifically on the performance of affect on the early modern stage. The essays thus consider the continuing effects of affect in early modern culture more broadly, beyond the thrust stage, asking the question: what are the instrumental and performative effects of Renaissance drama in a larger conception of Renaissance emotions? How do we reckon the effects of early modern drama and performance within a larger history of the emotive self? A number of these essays significantly press at the borders of the customary terms we use to denote emotional states, states for which the best early modern terms may well be affect and passions. Topics include: emotion and the humoral body; domestic abuse and trauma; the politics of onstage gesture; the relation of idolatry, desire, and necrophilia; the performance of such affective states as religious fervor, memory, jealousy, melancholy, and heroic masculinity. Renaissance Drama, an annual and interd
 

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Editorial Note
vii
Submissions of Manuscripts
xi
Rhetorical Husbandries and Portias True Conceit of Friendship
3
The Gestural Politics of Counsel in The Spanish Tragedy
27
Devotion Applause and Consent in Richard III
61
Male Surplus Value
85
Memory and Revision in Chapmans Bussy Plays
125
The Anatomy of Abuses in Troilus and Cressida
153
Melancholy Jealousy and Subjective Temporality in The Winters Tale
185
The Corpse as Idol in The Second Maidens Tragedy
215
Notes on Contributors
245
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