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The play today

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Shakespeare’s the Tempest : The Relationship Between Text and Film

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008

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...Colonialism, Utopia and theories of government were all important Renaissance concerns and motifs, but time has brought with it other ways of reading the The Tempest.Two or three years ago, when I was teaching the play to a group...

New Directions: Othello and His Brothers

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Othello : A Critical Reader

Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2015

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... Lisa Hopkins , ‘Pocahontas and The Winter’s Tale ’, Shakespeare 1.2 (December 2005): 121–35 . can be seen...

Jarman’s The Tempest

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Shakespeare’s the Tempest : The Relationship Between Text and Film

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008

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...In Shakespeare’s Caliban: A Cultural History, Alden T. Vaughan and Virginia Mason Vaughan are generally dismissive of adaptations of The Tempest:Though it has been presented repeatedly on film throughout the twentieth century, no director...

Introduction – setting the scene

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Shakespeare’s the Tempest : The Relationship Between Text and Film

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008

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...The main focus of this book is on the three most celebrated screen adapations of The Tempest: Forbidden Planet (1956); Derek Jarman’s 1979 film, The Tempest; and Peter Greenaway’s Prospero’s Books (1991). However, in order...

Afterlife

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Shakespeare’s the Tempest : The Relationship Between Text and Film

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008

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...To some extent, Mike Figgis’s Hotel (2001) can be seen as part of the afterlife of Jarman’s The Tempest, since it once again offers a Renaissance text (a group of actors are making a film of Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi), Heathcote...

Prospero’s books

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Shakespeare’s the Tempest : The Relationship Between Text and Film

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008

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...Response to Greenaway’s film has been mixed. Graham Holderness and Christopher McCullough’s ‘Shakespeare on the Screen: A Selective Filmography’, in Shakespeare and the Moving Image, excludes Prospero’s Books altogether; in the book’s index...

The play in its time

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Shakespeare’s the Tempest : The Relationship Between Text and Film

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008

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...The first recorded performance of The Tempest took place on 1 November 1611, in the presence of King James I, at court. As John G. Demaray points out, ‘The second and the only other documented performance of the play in Shakespeare...

Forbidden planet

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Shakespeare’s the Tempest : The Relationship Between Text and Film

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008

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... at Hopkins; Jaeger showed up at Harvard … Morbius explicitly refers to the destruction of his crew … as ‘the holocaust’. Lerer, ‘Forbidden Planet and the Terrors of Philology’, pp. 74, 75, and 84....

Conclusion

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Shakespeare’s the Tempest : The Relationship Between Text and Film

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008

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...Considered collectively, these adaptations reveal a number of elements and moments in The Tempest which provide pivotal interpretative cruxes or can turn out to sound the keynote for an entire adaptation. Some of the ways in which film...

The Tempest

Lisa Hopkins

Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at University of Sheffield Hallam. She has published numerous works on Shakespeare including her most recent work, Beginning Shakespeare (2005) and has written on film adaptations including Screening the Gothic. She is the Senior Editor of the online journal, Early Modern Literary Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Shakespeare’s the Tempest : The Relationship Between Text and Film

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2008

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...Derek Jarman might have made Prospero’s Books. Not only does Jarman’s Prospero dream the words of the opening scene – making his the only voice heard, in the same way as Gielgud’s is in Prospero’s Books – but Jarman also notes in his...