Browsing English by UP Author "Titlestad, Peter J.H."

Browsing English by UP Author "Titlestad, Peter J.H."

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  • Titlestad, Peter J.H. (English Academy of Southern Africa, 2009-10)
    The boundaries of ‘literature’ have always been blurred, and oratory has always lurked on the fringe. In ‘literature’ of a narrower definition, Milton’s Satan, ‘like some huge ammiral’, looms large as an imaginative creation. ...
  • Titlestad, Peter J.H. (Shakespeare Society of Southern Africa, 2013)
    King Claudius has wider problems of rule than just the disruptive behaviour of Hamlet, though they are not unconnected with Hamlet. His kingdom is unruly, he fears the populace - largely because of Hamlet: "Why to a public ...
  • Titlestad, Peter J.H. (Shakespeare Society of Southern Africa, 2017)
    Natural law was a two-edged sword. It bolstered authority and order and was invoked by those claiming just rebellion. Shakespeare inherited intense controversy, complicated for him as a writer for the stage by the Master ...
  • Titlestad, Peter J.H.; Sevenhuysen, Karina (Shakespeare Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    In 1881, (or 1880 if the historian Heese is right) just at the time of the Anglo-Transvaal War, a play was published in London called The Struggle for Freedom or, The Rebellion of Slagters Nek, written under the pseudonym ...