restricted access   33.1, Winter 2006

Table of Contents

From: College Literature

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Special Issue: Cognitive Shakespeare: Criticism and Theory in the Age of Neuroscience

Guest Editor: Patrick Colm Hogan and Lalita Pandit

Introduction: Morsels and Modules: On Embodying Cognition in Shakespeare's Plays

pp. 1-13

Theorizing Cognition: Understanding Shakespearean Patterns

Simulation of Substance and Shadow: Inner Emotions and Outer Behavior in Shakespeare's Psychology of Character

pp. 15-33

Narrative Universals, Heroic Tragi-Comedy, and Shakespeare's Political Ambivalence

pp. 34-66

Moral Physiology, Ethical Prototypes, and the Denaturing of Sense in Shakespearean Tragedy

pp. 67-92

Historicizing Cognition: Interpreting Individual Plays

Emotion, Perception and Anagnorisis in The Comedy of Errors: A Cognitive Perspective

pp. 94-126

Topicality And Conceptual Blending: Titus Andronicus and The Case of William Hacket

pp. 127-150

"The Dark Backward and Abysm of Time": The Tempest and Memory

pp. 151-168

Using Cognition: Performing and Adapting Shakespeare Today

Delivery Style and Listener Response in the Rhythmical Performance of Shakespeare's Sonnets

pp. 170-196

Race, Cognition, and Emotion: Shakespeare on Film

pp. 197-213

Review Essays

Cognitive Theory in Film Studies: Three Recent Books

pp. 215-224

The View of Where We've Been and Where We'd Like to Go

pp. 225-237

Book Reviews

Reading the Early Modern Passions: Essays in the Cultural History of Emotion (review)

pp. 239-242

Cognitive Science, Literature, and the Arts: A Guide for Humanists (review)

pp. 242-246

The Mind and Its Stories: Narrative Universals and Human Emotion (review)

pp. 247-249


Books Received July 15, 2005 to October 15, 2005

pp. 251-255