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ENGL2204
Module Reading List

Shakespeare and Global Cinema, 2019/20, Semester 2
Professor Martin Butler
m.h.butler@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

GENERAL

Charles Acland, Screen traffic : movies, multiplexes, and global culture ISBN: 0822331632 (pbk.) : £17.50; 0822331756 (2003)

Susan Bennett and Christie Carson, eds., Shakespeare beyond English : a global experiment ISBN: 9781107674691 (pbk.) : £17.99; 9781107040557 (hbk.) : £50.00 (2013)

*Mark Thornton Burnett, Shakespeare and world cinema ISBN: 9781107003316 (hardback); 9781107559561 (paperback) (2012)

H. R. Coursen, Shakespearean performance as interpretation ISBN: 0874134323 (1992)

Paul Edmondson, Paul Prescott and Erin Sullivan, eds., A year of Shakespeare : re-living the World Shakespeare Festival ISBN: 9781408188149 (pbk.); 9781408188132 (hbk.); 1408188139 (hbk.); 1408188147 (pbk.) (2015)

Alexander Huang, 'Global Shakespeare as methodology', Shakespeare. ISSN: 1745-0918, 9 (2013), 273-90

Alexander Huang and Charles Ross, eds., Shakespeare in Hollywood, Asia, and cyberspace ISBN: 9781557535290; 1557535299 (2009)

Linda Hutcheon, A theory of adaptation ISBN: 0415967953 (pbk.) : £13.99; 9780415967945 (hbk.) : £55.00; 0415967945 (hbk.) : £55.00; 9780415967952 (pbk.) : £13.99 (2nd edn, 2013)

Russell Jackson, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Film (2000)

Jack Jorgens, Shakespeare on film ISBN: 0819181579 (1977) 

Sonia Massai (ed.), World-wide Shakespeares : local appropriations in film and performance ISBN: 9780415324564 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780415324557 (hbk. : alk. paper); 0415324556 (hbk. : alk. paper); 0415324564 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780203356944 (e-book); 0203356942 (e-book) (2005)

Kenneth Rothwell, A history of Shakespeare on screen : a century of film and television ISBN: 0521000289 (pbk); 0521594049 (1999)

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 GRIGORI KOZINTSEV

Yvonne Griggs, Shakespeare's King Lear : the relationship between text and film (2009)

Barbara Hodgdon, ‘Kozintsev's King Lear : Filming a tragic poem’, Literature/Film Quarterly , 5 (1977), 291-98 

Barbara Hodgdon, ‘Two King Lears : uncovering the filmtext’, Literature/Film Quarterly , 11 (1983), 143-51 

Peter Holland, ‘Two-dimensional Shakespeare: King Lear on film’, in A. Davies and S. Wells, Shakespeare and the moving image : the plays on film and television (1994) 

Grigori Kozintsev, ‘ Hamlet and King Lear : Stage and film’, in C. Leech and J. M. R. Margeson, eds., Shakespeare 1971 : proceedings of the World Shakespeare Congress, Vancouver, August 1971 (1972), 190-99 

Grigori Kozintsev, Shakespeare: time and conscience, transl. J. Vining (1967)

Grigori Kozintsev, King Lear : the space of tragedy : the diary of a film director (1977) 

Alexander Leggatt, King Lear (1992)

Courtney Lehmann, 'Grigori Kozintsev', in M. T. Burnett et al, Welles, Kurosawa, Kozintsev, Zeffirelli ISBN: 1441150722; 9781441150721; 9781441150721 (hardback); 9781472579584 (paperback); 1472579585 (paperback) (2013), 92-140

Tiffany Moore,Kozintsev's Shakespeare films : Russian political protest in Hamlet and King Lear (2012)

R.B. Parker, ‘The use of mise-en-scene in three films of King Lear ’, Shakespeare quarterly. ISSN: 0037-3222 , 42 (1991), 75-90 

Joseph Troncale, ‘The war and Kozintsev’s films Hamlet and King Lear ’, in Anna Lawton , ed., The red screen : politics, society, art in Soviet cinema (1992), 193-210 

James Welsh, ‘To see it feelingly: King Lear through Russian eyes’, Literature/Film Quarterly , 4 (1976), 153-58

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AKIRA KUROSAWA

Charles Bazerman, 'Time in play and film: Macbeth and Throne of Blood', Literature/film quarterly. ISSN: 0090-4260, 5 (1977), 333-37.

A. Bock, Japanese film directors (1978) 

Judith Buchanan, Shakespeare on film (2005) 

Noel Burch, To the distant observer : form and meaning in the Japanese cinema (1979) 

Mark Thornton Burnett, 'Akira Kurosawa', in M. T. Burnett et al, Welles, Kurosawa, Kozintsev, Zeffirelli ISBN: 1441150722; 9781441150721; 9781441150721 (hardback); 9781472579584 (paperback); 1472579585 (paperback) (2013), 54-91

Saviour Catania, 'Wailing woodwind wild: the Noh transcription of Shakespeare's silent sounds in Kurosawa's Ran', Literature/film quarterly. ISSN: 0090-4260, 34: 2 (2006), 85-92

Peter Conrad, To be continued : four stories and their survival (1995) 

Anthony Davies, Filming Shakespeare's plays : the adaptations of Laurence Olivier, Orson Welles, Peter Brook and Akira Kurosawa ISBN: 0521335086; 0521399130 (pbk) (1988)

Anthony Dawson, 'Reading Kurosawa reading Shakespeare', in Diane Henderson, ed., A concise companion to Shakespeare on screen ISBN: 1405115114 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9781405115100 (hardcover : alk. paper); 1405115106 (hardcover : alk. paper); 9781405115117 (pbk. : alk. paper) (2006), 155-75

D. Desser, The Samurai films of Akira Kurosawa (1993) 

Yvonne Griggs, Shakespeare's King Lear : the relationship between text and film (2009)

Robert Hapgood, ‘Kurosawa’s Shakespeare films’, in A. Davies and S. Wells, Shakespeare and the moving image : the plays on film and television (1994) 

Barbara Hodgdon, 'Of Time and the Arrow: A Reading of Kurosawa's Throne of Blood', University of Dayton Review, 14 (1979-1980), 63-70. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 10/08/2018) 

Yuwen Hsiung, 'Kurosawa's Throne of Blood and East Asia's Macbeth', in AHuang, C. Alexander and C. S. Ross (eds), Shakespeare in Hollywood, Asia, and cyberspace ISBN: 9781557535290; 1557535299 (2009)

Jack J. Jorgens, 'Kurosawa's Throne of Blood: Washizu and Miki Meet the Forest Spirit', Literature/film quarterly. ISSN: 0090-4260 11 (1983), 167-173

Lei Jin, 'Silence and Sound in Kurosawa's Throne of Blood', in AHuang, C. Alexander and C. S. Ross (eds), Shakespeare in Hollywood, Asia, and cyberspace ISBN: 9781557535290; 1557535299 (2009)

Ib Johansen, ‘Visible darkness: Shakespeare’s King Lear and Kurosawa’s Ran’ , in M. Skovmand, ed., Screen Shakespeare (1994), 64-86 

Bernice Kliman, 'On Kurosawa's Throne of Blood', Literary review, 22 (1979), 481-89.

Alexander Leggatt, King Lear (1992)

Paula von Loewenfeldt, 'Weaving the Spider's Web: Interpretation of Character in Kurosawa Akira's Throne of Blood'', in R. Minami, I. Carruthers and J. Gillies, John (eds.), Performing Shakespeare in Japan ISBN: 0521782449 (2001)

Daniel Martin, 'Subtitles and Audiences: The Translation and Global Circulation of the Films of Akira Kurosawa', Journal of film and video. ISSN: 0742-4671; 1934-6018, 69 no. 2 (2017), 20-33

R. B. Parker, ‘ Ran and the tragedy of history’, The University of Toronto quarterly. , 55 (1986), 412-23 

[substantially reprinted in the following:] 

R. B. Parker, ‘The use of mise-en-scene in three films of King Lear ’, Shakespeare quarterly. , 42 (1991), 75-90 

R. B. Parker, 'Nature and Society in Akira Kurosawa's Throne of Blood'The University of Toronto quarterly. ISSN: 0042-0247, 66 (1997), 508-25

Stephen Prince, The warrior's camera : the cinema of Akira Kurosawa (1991) 

Erin Suzuki, 'Lost in translation: reconsidering Shakespeare's Macbeth and Kurosawa's Throne of Blood', Literature/film quarterly. ISSN: 0090-4260, 34: 2 (2006), 93-103

Evelyn Tribble, ''When Every Noise Appalls Me': Sound and Fear in Macbeth and Akira Kurosawa's Throne of Blood', Shakespeare. ISSN: 1745-0918, 1 (2005), 75-90.

Ana Laura Zambrano, 'Throne of Blood: Kurosawa's Macbeth', Literature/film quarterly. ISSN: 0090-4260, 2 (1974), 262-74

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 VISHAL BHARDWAJ

Mark Thornton Burnett, 'Extending the Filmic Canon: The Banquet and Maqbool', Borrowers & Lenders: the journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation ISSN: 1554-6985, 4 no 2, (2009) [http://www.borrowers.uga.edu/7158/toc]

Florence Cabaret, 'Indianizing Othello: Vishal Bhardwaj's Omkara' in Sarah Hatchuel and Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin, eds., Shakespeare on screen : Othello ISBN: 9781107525238 (pbk.) : £19.99 (2015), 107-21

Supriya Chaudhuri, ''What Bloody Man Is That?': Macbeth, Maqbool, and Shakespeare in India', in S. Chaudhuri, T. Bishop, and A. Huang (eds.), The Shakespearean International Yearbook, 12 (2012), 97-113 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Craig Dionne and Parmita Kapadia, eds., Bollywood's Shakespeare ISBN: 9781137375568 ISBN: 9781137375568 (e-book)(2014)

Vanessa Gerhards, 'Multicultural Macbeths: Maqbool and Makibefo', in G. Malcolm and K. Marshall (eds.), Locating Shakespeare in the twenty-first century ISBN: 9781443837873 (hbk.); 1443837873 (hbk.) (2012), 174-90

Susanne Gruss, 'Shakespeare in Bollywood? Vishal Bhardwaj's Omkara', in S. Säckel, W. Göbel, and N. Hamdy (eds.), Semiotic encounters : text, image and trans-nation ISBN: 9789042027145; 9042027142; 9789042027152; 9042027150 (2009) 223-38

Diana E. Henderson, 'Magic in the Chains: Othello, Omkara, and the Materiality of Gender across Time and Media', in V. Traub (ed.), The Oxford handbook of Shakespeare and embodiment : gender, sexuality, and race ISBN: 9780199663408 (hardback); 0199663408 (hardback) (2016)

 Philipp Hinz, 'Shakespeare's Dirty Business: Reading Signs and Controlling Looks in Vishal Bhardwaj's Maqbool', Shakespeare-Jahrbuch. ISSN: 0080-9128, 145 (2009), 158-175

Lalita Pandit Hogan, 'The Sacred and the Profane in Omkara: Vishal Bhardwaj's Hindi Adaptation of Othello', Image (&) Narrative, 11 no, 2 (2010), 49-62 [http://www.imageandnarrative.be/index.php/imagenarrative/article/view/75/51]

Alexa Huang, 'Asian Shakespeares on screen: two films in perspective', Borrowers & Lenders: the journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation ISSN: 1554-6985, 4 no. 2 (2009) [special issue, including seven essays on Maqbool: http://www.borrowers.uga.edu/7158/toc]

Shilpi Malhotra, 'Dissidence and Subversion within Power Structures: A Study of Maqbool and Macbeth', Creative Forum: A Quarterly Journal of Contemporary Writing, 21 no. 1-2 (2008), 39-44 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 10/08/2018) 

Alfredo Modenessi, 'Is This the Noble Moor?' Re-Viewing Othello on Screen through 'Indian' (and Indian) Eyes', Borrowers & Lenders: the journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation ISSN: 1554-6985, 7 no. 2 (Fall 2012-Winter 2013) [http://www.borrowers.uga.edu/7164/toc]

Subarna Mondal, 'All the king's men and all the king's women: reading Vishaj Bhardwaj's Maqbool as a "creative mistranslation" of Macbeth', Palgrave Communications, 3 (2017) [https://www.nature.com/articles/palcomms20172]

Taarini Mookherjee, 'Absence and repetition in Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider', Cogent arts and humanities ISSN: 2331-1983, 3 (2016).

Amy Rodgers, 'Vishal Bhardwaj', Shakespeare bulletin : a journal of performance criticism and scholarship. ISSN: 0748-2558, 34 (2016), 500-504

Abishek Sarkar, 'Haider and the Nation-State: Shakespeare, Bollywood, and Kashmir', South Asian Review ISSN: 0275-9527, 37 no. 2 (2016), 29-46.

Abhishek Sarkar,'Hariraj and Haider: Popular Entertainment and the Nation in Two Indian Adaptations of Hamlet', Literature compass. ISSN: 1741-4113, Vol. 14, issue 11 (2017)

Saksham Sharda, 'Black Skin, Black Castes: Overcoming a Fidelity Discourse in Bhardwaj's Omkara', Shakespeare bulletin : a journal of performance criticism and scholarship. ISSN: 0748-2558, 35 (2017), 599-626

Poonam Trivedi, 'Singing to Shakespeare in Omkara', in M. Procházka, M. Dobson, A. Höfele, and H. Scolnicov (eds.), Renaissance Shakespeare/Shakespeare Renaissances : Proceedings of the Ninth World Shakespeare Congress ISBN: 9781611494600; 9781611494617 e-book (2014), 345-353

Brian Walsh, 'Resisting Hamlet: revenge and nonviolent struggle in Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider', Literature/film quarterly, 46.2 (2018) 

Sandra Young, 'Beyond indigenisation: Hamlet, Haider, and the pain of the kashmiri people', Shakespeare. ISSN: 1745-0918, 14 (2018), 374-89 [https://doi.org/10.1080/17450918.2017.1351486]

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FENG XIAOGANG

Wai-Fong Cheang, 'The Aesthetics of Violence in Four Cinematic Hamlets', Sun Yat-sen Journal of Humanities, 31 (2011), 1-18 [http://sysjoh.la.nsysu.edu.tw/ezfiles/326/1326/img/2169/lia31EN.html#0]

Ya-Chen Chen, Women in Chinese martial arts films of the new millennium : narrative analyses and gender politics ISBN: 9780739139080 (cloth : alk. paper); 0739139088 (cloth : alk. paper); 9780739139103 (electronic); 073913910X (electronic) (2012)

Alexander Huang, 'Asian Shakespeares on screen: two films in perspective', Borrowers & Lenders: the journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation ISSN: 1554-6985, 4 no. 2 (2009) [special issue, including eight essays on The Banquet: http://www.borrowers.uga.edu/7158/toc]

Alexander Huang, 'The Paradox of Female Agency: Ophelia and East Asian Sensibilities', in K. L. Peterson and D. Williams (eds) The afterlife of Ophelia ISBN: 9781137016461 (e-book) (2012), 79-99

Jinhua Li, 'Love and Empire: The Transnational Logic of Feng Xiaogang's The Banquet', Forum for World Literature Studies, vol. 2 no. 2 (2010), 206-214 Available online

Niamh O'Leary, 'Ambition and Desire: Gertrude as Tragic Hero in Feng Ziaogang's The Banquet (2006)', The Upstart Crow: A Shakespeare Journal, 31 (2012), 63-80 [https://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/cedp/about/upstart-crow/content-files/vol-31.pdf]

Hui Wu, 'To Seek Revenge or to Forgive: Two Chinese Films about Hamlet', Actes des Congrès de la Société Française Shakespeare, 27 (2009), 189-197 [https://journals.openedition.org/shakespeare/1517]

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SHERWOOD HU

Wai-Fong Cheang, 'A New Dramatic Depth for Shakespeare's Women in Sherwood Hu's Prince of the Himalayas', Sun Yat-sen Journal of Humanities, 27 (2009), 117-134 [http://sysjoh.la.nsysu.edu.tw/ezfiles/326/1326/img/2169/lia27EN.html#6]

Wai-Fong Cheang, 'The Aesthetics of Violence in Four Cinematic Hamlets', Sun Yat-sen Journal of Humanities, 31 (2011), 1-18 [http://sysjoh.la.nsysu.edu.tw/ezfiles/326/1326/img/2169/lia31EN.html#0]

 Alexander Huang, 'The Paradox of Female Agency: Ophelia and East Asian Sensibilities', in K. L. Peterson and D. Williams (eds) The afterlife of Ophelia ISBN: 9781137016461 (e-book) (2012), 79-99

Hui Wu, 'To Seek Revenge or to Forgive: Two Chinese Films about Hamlet', Actes des Congrès de la Société Française Shakespeare, 27 (2009), 189-197 [https://journals.openedition.org/shakespeare/1517]

Hui Wu, 'Shakespeare in Chinese Cinema', Multicultural Shakespeare ISSN: 2083-8530, 10 (2013), 71-81

Runlei Zhai, 'The Anti-Gaze in a Hybrid Shakespeare: A Discussion of Women Characters in Prince of the Himalayas', Forum for World Literature Studies, 2 no. 2 (2010), 194-205 [https://www.thefreelibrary.com/The+anti-gaze+in+a+hybrid+Shakespeare%3A+a+discussion+of+women+...-a0287111998OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (IK 06/12/2018) 

This list was last updated on 19/03/2019