Textual Critique through the Artist's Eye: Dante Gabriel Rossetti's Hamlet and Ophelia (1858-59)
Nineteenth-century visual representations of Shakespeare’s characters offer modern scholars a window into the nuances of the Victorian reception of his plays, and much work has been done in contextualising these images in terms of such issues as Victorian bardolatry, cultural assumptions about gender, class and race, and contemporary theatrical practices. Scholars have shown somewhat less interest, however, in exploring how complex visual representation permits a kind of free play to subversive...[Show more]
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