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This is a preview of an edition of this pamphlet published anonymously in 1609. A companion essay - ‘“’Tis a mad world at Hogsdon”: Leisure,...
more This is a preview of an edition of this pamphlet published anonymously in 1609. A companion essay - ‘“’Tis a mad world at Hogsdon”: Leisure, Licence and the Exoticism of Suburban Space in Early Jacobean London’ – can be found in the on-line journal Literary London Vol.10, Issue 2 (Autumn 2013)Césaire’s Une tempête (1969) is commonly considered to be a postcolonial rewriting of Shakespeare’s The Tempest (1611).
This essay examines "The Tempest" as a fully materialized instance of metatheater.
Taking seriously the idea of Prospero as a playwright figure, it untangles various correspondences between the structures of Shakespeare's late romance and...
It also attempts to show how Césaire uses the mechanics of adaptation and appropriation to achieve his goals.It concerns a tavern called the Pimlyco in Hoxton, just north of the City of London, known for its 'nut-brown' ale, and frequented by among others people associated with the nearby theatres in Shoreditch.This essay reviews the range of licensed disorder represented in the poem, notes that Hoxton is described in terms highly reminiscent of the accounts of the New World, and finally claims that ' Pimlyco' is a minor but significant source for The Tempest.Indeed Césaire’s unique contribution was that he had been able to extract from the gangue of ambivalence the relationship between colonizer and colonized in the initial and initiating play.I propose, then, that Césaire’s play is not only the rewriting of The Tempest, but also its rereading or reinterpretation.
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