1. Contesting Olivier and JFK: The Opposition to Wartime Propaganda in Orson Welles’s Chimes at Midnight
  2. Benjamin Hilb
  3. pp. 164-188
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  1. A Mad Art, My Masters: Theater and Usable Culture in Late Twentieth-Century Britain
  2. Louise Geddes
  3. pp. 189-205
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  1. “I thought Frailty’s Name was Carl”: Mystery Science Theater 3000, Shakespeare, and Postmodern Canonization
  2. Dan Mills
  3. pp. 206-227
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  1. Filming Shakespeare’s Rome: The “Preposterous Contemporary” Eternal City
  2. Jennifer Flaherty
  3. pp. 228-240
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  1. Irreverence as Fidelity?: Adapting Shakespearean Reflexivity in Anonymous (Emmerich 2011)
  2. Sébastien Lefait
  3. pp. 241-263
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  1. “Base Respects of Thrift”: Hamlet and Slings & Arrows
  2. Patricia Wareh
  3. pp. 264-288
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  1. The Antioch Within: Pericles Adapted to Musical Theater
  2. Edward Plough
  3. pp. 289-307
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  1. Introduction: The “Preposterous Contemporary Jacobean”: Adaptations in Film and Theater, Responses to Pascale Aebischer
  2. Elizabeth Kelley Bowman
  3. pp. 157-163
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 308-310
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