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The Taste for Tragedy

Keith Gregor

Keith Gregor is Senior Lecturer at the University of Murcia in Spain. He has published widely on Shakespeare in performance and Spanish drama and theatre practice. Since 1999 he has worked on a research project on the reception of Shakespeare in Spain ( www.um.es/shakespeare ). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre : 1772 to the Present

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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... scene of Shakespeare’s play. This, it has been argued (Pujante and Gregor 2005: 135–136), does not necessarily imply that De la Cruz took his inspiration from Shakespeare, whom he had never read, but rather points to a theatrical instinct...

Shakespeare on the ‘Periphery’

Keith Gregor

Keith Gregor is Senior Lecturer at the University of Murcia in Spain. He has published widely on Shakespeare in performance and Spanish drama and theatre practice. Since 1999 he has worked on a research project on the reception of Shakespeare in Spain ( www.um.es/shakespeare ). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre : 1772 to the Present

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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...Redrawing the Map Like the majority of productions I have mentioned, the focus of this book has so far been the capital of Spain, Madrid. There is, as I suggest in the Introduction, a certain inevitability to this: for centuries –...

Disaster and Regeneration

Keith Gregor

Keith Gregor is Senior Lecturer at the University of Murcia in Spain. He has published widely on Shakespeare in performance and Spanish drama and theatre practice. Since 1999 he has worked on a research project on the reception of Shakespeare in Spain ( www.um.es/shakespeare ). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre : 1772 to the Present

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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...1898 The explosion that sank the American battleship USS Maine in Havana bay in February 1898 precipitated a major diplomatic conflict between the United States and Spain, which quickly degenerated into war. Spanish defeat...

Introduction

Keith Gregor

Keith Gregor is Senior Lecturer at the University of Murcia in Spain. He has published widely on Shakespeare in performance and Spanish drama and theatre practice. Since 1999 he has worked on a research project on the reception of Shakespeare in Spain ( www.um.es/shakespeare ). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre : 1772 to the Present

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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... in Spain and Lope de Vega’s fortunes in the United Kingdom in Gregor (2005). See my comparison of Shakespeare’s fortunes in Spain and Lope de Vega’s fortunes in the United Kingdom in Gregor (2005).It would be patently wrong, and I...

The Franco Years

Keith Gregor

Keith Gregor is Senior Lecturer at the University of Murcia in Spain. He has published widely on Shakespeare in performance and Spanish drama and theatre practice. Since 1999 he has worked on a research project on the reception of Shakespeare in Spain ( www.um.es/shakespeare ). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre : 1772 to the Present

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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...The Cultural Premises The end of the Civil War, which had raged for three bloody years between July 1936 and April 1939, did not mean a cessation of the hostilities in Spain; on the contrary, it would inaugurate a spirit of revenge...

The Transition and Beyond

Keith Gregor

Keith Gregor is Senior Lecturer at the University of Murcia in Spain. He has published widely on Shakespeare in performance and Spanish drama and theatre practice. Since 1999 he has worked on a research project on the reception of Shakespeare in Spain ( www.um.es/shakespeare ). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre : 1772 to the Present

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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... of the Bard’s work, a trend that seems to be extending to the secondary-school system, where the plays are often included (in the form of narrativized ‘graded readers’) in the normal English-language courses (Gregor 2006). A product of the widespread...

False Beginnings

Keith Gregor

Keith Gregor is Senior Lecturer at the University of Murcia in Spain. He has published widely on Shakespeare in performance and Spanish drama and theatre practice. Since 1999 he has worked on a research project on the reception of Shakespeare in Spain ( www.um.es/shakespeare ). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre : 1772 to the Present

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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... striking given that it is the first to present Shakespeare as a dramatic character, when so little of his writing had been translated and hardly any of it – at least in its original form – had been performed (Gregor 2003: 45). Barcelona’s...

New Horizons

Keith Gregor

Keith Gregor is Senior Lecturer at the University of Murcia in Spain. He has published widely on Shakespeare in performance and Spanish drama and theatre practice. Since 1999 he has worked on a research project on the reception of Shakespeare in Spain ( www.um.es/shakespeare ). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre : 1772 to the Present

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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...The Festival Circuit Despite the restrictions on public spending on the arts in the latter years of the Aznar administration and following the return to power of the Socialists under José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, the period has seen...

The Birth of Character

Keith Gregor

Keith Gregor is Senior Lecturer at the University of Murcia in Spain. He has published widely on Shakespeare in performance and Spanish drama and theatre practice. Since 1999 he has worked on a research project on the reception of Shakespeare in Spain ( www.um.es/shakespeare ). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre : 1772 to the Present

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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...The Realist Turn Spanish theatre in the period 1833–1868, that is, from the death of Ferdinand to the abdication of his successor, Isabella, has been celebrated for its variety, with a whole array of genres available to the different...