The Wooden O Symposium

The Journal of the Wooden O Symposium contents for Volume 6, 2006

 

Bottom Gets a Life: Michael Hoffman’s Contribution to the Shakespeare Film Canon
William Brugger

“Can We Know Them by the Songs They Sing?” Shakespeare’s Use of Ballad and Psalm Allusions as a Characterization Tool in The Merry Wives of Windsor
Tom Flanigan

Ambiguous Alliances: Betrothal Confusion in Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor
Kiersten Honaker

Gertrude, Ophelia, Ghost: Hamlet’s Revenge and the Abject
Chikako D. Kumamoto

The Merry Wives of Windsor and Elizabeth I: The Welsh Connection
Todd M. Lidh

 

 

Unearthing Hamlet’s Fool: A Metatheatrical Excavation of Yorick
Margie Pignataro

Gertrude as a Character of Intersection in Hamlet
Immy Wallenfels

Actors’ Roundtable: Acting Shakespeare: A Roundtable Discussion with Actors from the Utah Shakespeare Festival 2006 Production of Hamlet
Michael Flachmann

Undergraduate Paper: Death and the End of Testimony: Trauma Theory in Shakespeare’s Hamlet
Lorna Mellon

 

 

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