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The idea that Shakespeare is modern is, of course, hardly a modern idea. Indeed, it is one of the fascinating effects of Shakespeare's plays that they have almost always seemed to . Shakespeare Our Contemporary terry Uncategorized May 2, 4 Minutes I’ve just finished reading a wonderful book (wonderful if you like the kind of things that I do, that is), “Shakespeare in a Divided America” by James Shapiro (a very .
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The Polish academic Jan Kott once wrote a book called Shakespeare: Our Contemporary. If Kott’s claim is still true, it is because it is repeatedly endorsed by Shakespeare. Shakespeare, Our Contemporary is a provocative, original study of the major plays of Shakespeare. More than that, it is one of the few critical works to have strongly influenced theatrical productions. Peter Brook and Charles Marowitz are among the many directors who have acknowledged their debt to Jan Kott, finding in his analogies between Shakespearean situations and those in modern life and Reviews:
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Is Shakespeare Still Our Contemporary. This book is an account of a public seminar held in honour of Jan Kott's influential study, Shakespeare Our Contemporary.
Attracting international contributors, the seminar focused on the relevance of her study for Shakespearian theatre today/5(11). `Every library should possess a copy and anyone interested in the theatre in general and Shakespeare productions in particular should read this fascinating account it would be impossible to convey the range and variety of the contributions to this exciting and informative series of discussions.' - Contemporary ReviewCited by: This book is an account of a public seminar held in honour of Jan Kott's influential study, Shakespeare Our Contemporary.
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Is Shakespeare still our contemporary?. [John Elsom;] -- The publication of Jan Kott's Shakespeare Our Contemporary some twenty-five years ago had an immediate impact on Shakespearian criticism and productions.
This book is an account of a lively public. Shakespeare, Our Contemporary is a provocative, original study of the major plays of Shakespeare. More than that, it is one of the few critical works to have strongly influenced theatrical productions/5(8).
"Shakespeare: Our Contemporary" is a terrific resource. Kott's writing has influenced Peter Brook and Charles Marowitz and therefore all Shakespeare I had heard of Jan Kott's "Shakespeare: Our Contemporary" since my theatre school days at CalArts (), but never read his work/5.
After Shakespeare Our Contemporary he wrote a virtually unknown book, Gender of Rosalind, foreseeing in it that the changing attitudes to morality would result in theatrical adaptations of the classics focused on sex and body. Kott inspired many directors - including Peter Brook, Peter Hall, and Michael Bogdanov to interpret Shakespeare's plays as allegories of modern times.
But a number of critics and directors feel that trying to prove Shakespeare is our contemporary results in the loss of vital Elizabethan references and distortion of the play's : John Elsom. William Shakespeare. A name recognised by almost every human being.
To me, I see him as a normal human being that came up with a few plays and somehow became famous. But somehow, even after long years, he and his plays are still relevant to today’s society, how this happened, I did some research.
Of course there are still a few far-fetched aspects in Shakespeare's plays that are hard to go along with today - for example all those young women dressing as boys, for the purpose of disguise.
But there are some modern equivalents - I saw a documentary recently, showing how teenage girls living on the streets of Brazil deliberately dress in a.
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Jan Kott’s Shakespeare Our Contemporary was published in English translation inthe th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth. This was the same year that Burton’s Broadway Hamlet and Kosintsev’s film adaptation of the same play were provoking critics to ramp up discussion of a reconsidered, reimagined Shakespeare for their own time.
It’s a book to give to anyone who loves Shakespeare, but particularly to those who think they don’t. • This Is Shakespeare by Emma Smith is published by Pelican (£20).
To order a copy go to.Professor Jan Kott, author of the highly influential study, Shakespeare Our Contemporary, explores the continued importance of the Bard in our considers the impact of twentieth-century theatre, including the works of Brecht and Beckett, on modern stagings of Shakespeare's plays.Is Shakespeare still our contemporary?
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