"All the World's a Stage": Dramatic Sensibility in Mary Shelley's Novels

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 212 pages
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This book examines the often tragic and nearly always disabling metaphor of thetheatrum mundi, world-as-stage, as it plays itself out in the characters of Mary Shelley's novels.

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Contents

Frankenstein Storytelling as Dramatic Performance
35
Mathilda Life as Theatrical Production
61
The Last Man Autobiography as Drama
85
Valperga Theatrical Plots and Dramatic Intrigue
109
Perkin Warbeck Problematic Roles and Identities
131
Lodore Public Spectacle and Private Lives
151
Falkner The Illusion of Romance
167
Conclusion
181
Index
205
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