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Shifting the Scene: Shakespeare in European Culture. Ed. by Ladina Bezzola Lambert and Balz Engler (Newark, Del.: University of Delaware Press, 2004). 308 pp. ISBN: 0-87413-860-4

Acknowledgments, 7
Ladina Bezzola Lambert and Balz Engler, Introduction, 11
Part I: Emerging
Peter Holland, Staging Europe in Shakespeare, 21
Manfred Pfister, "In states unborn and accents yet unknown": Shakespeare and the European Canon, 41
Part II: Applying
Helena Agarez Medeiros, The Translator's Visibility: The Debate over a "Royal Translation" of Hamlet, 67
Clara Calvo, Shakespeare and Cervantes in 1916: The Politics of Language, 78
Péter Dávidházi, Camel, Weasel, Whale: The Cloud-Scene in Hamlet
as a Hungarian Parable. 95
Part III: Staging
Michael Dobson, The British Personality of the Millennium: British Shakespeares, Amateur and Professional, in the New Millennium, 113
Nancy Isenberg, Accommodating Shakespeare to Ballet: John Cranko's Romeo and Juliet
(Venice, 1958), 129
Russell Jackson, Jocza Savits: Organic Shakespeare for the Folk, 140
Sylvia Zysset, Unstopping Our Mouths: Shakespeare in Swiss-German Mundart
, 152
Part IV: Instilling
Ruth Freifrau von Ledebur, National Identity and the Teaching of Shakespeare, 167
Madalina Nicolaescu, Undoing Nationalist Leanings in Teaching Shakespeare: Shakespeare and Eminescu, 182
Ruth Morse, Children's Hours: Shakespeare, the Lambs, and French Education, 193
Ros King, Teaching Shakespeare: Indoctrination or Creativity? 205
Part V: Rendering
Lloyd Davis, Sexual Morality and Critical Traditions, 219
David Margolies, King Lear:
Kozintsev's Social Translation, 230
Alexander Shurbanov, The Shakespearean Sound in Translation, 239
Alessandro Serpieri, Translation and Performance, 258

Bibliography, 282
Notes on Contributors, 297
Index, 302

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