“’Thou Call’dst me Dog before Thou Hadst a Cause’: Teologiska perspektiv på Köpmannen i Venedig”

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“’Thou Call’dst me Dog before Thou Hadst a Cause’: Teologiska perspektiv på Köpmannen i Venedig”. / Svartvik, Jesper.

Shakespeares Shylock och antisemitismen. ed. / Willmar Sauter; Yael Feiler. Stockholm University, 2006.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

Harvard

Svartvik, J 2006, “’Thou Call’dst me Dog before Thou Hadst a Cause’: Teologiska perspektiv på Köpmannen i Venedig”. in W Sauter & Y Feiler (eds), Shakespeares Shylock och antisemitismen. Stockholm University.

APA

Svartvik, J. (2006). “’Thou Call’dst me Dog before Thou Hadst a Cause’: Teologiska perspektiv på Köpmannen i Venedig”. In W. Sauter, & Y. Feiler (Eds.), Shakespeares Shylock och antisemitismen Stockholm University.

CBE

Svartvik J. 2006. “’Thou Call’dst me Dog before Thou Hadst a Cause’: Teologiska perspektiv på Köpmannen i Venedig”. Sauter W, Feiler Y, editors. In Shakespeares Shylock och antisemitismen. Stockholm University.

MLA

Svartvik, Jesper "“’Thou Call’dst me Dog before Thou Hadst a Cause’: Teologiska perspektiv på Köpmannen i Venedig”". and Sauter, Willmar Feiler, Yael (editors). Shakespeares Shylock och antisemitismen. Stockholm University. 2006.

Vancouver

Svartvik J. “’Thou Call’dst me Dog before Thou Hadst a Cause’: Teologiska perspektiv på Köpmannen i Venedig”. In Sauter W, Feiler Y, editors, Shakespeares Shylock och antisemitismen. Stockholm University. 2006

Author

Svartvik, Jesper. / “’Thou Call’dst me Dog before Thou Hadst a Cause’: Teologiska perspektiv på Köpmannen i Venedig”. Shakespeares Shylock och antisemitismen. editor / Willmar Sauter ; Yael Feiler. Stockholm University, 2006.

RIS

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T1 - “’Thou Call’dst me Dog before Thou Hadst a Cause’: Teologiska perspektiv på Köpmannen i Venedig”

AU - Svartvik, Jesper

N1 - The information about affiliations in this record was updated in December 2015. The record was previously connected to the following departments: Centre for Theology and Religious Studies (015017000)

PY - 2006

Y1 - 2006

N2 - Harold Bloom writes "One would have to be blind, deaf and dumb not to recognize that Shakespeare's equivocal comedy The Merchant of Venice is nevertheless a profoundly anti-Semitic work" (Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human, 171). This article examines the role which theological discourse plays in The Merchant of Venice. It also addressess the issue whether and under what circumstances Shakespeare's play could / should be played in our post-Holocaust era. The article is based upon a lecture in Stockhom at a symposium which analysed The Merchant of Venice from different angles.

AB - Harold Bloom writes "One would have to be blind, deaf and dumb not to recognize that Shakespeare's equivocal comedy The Merchant of Venice is nevertheless a profoundly anti-Semitic work" (Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human, 171). This article examines the role which theological discourse plays in The Merchant of Venice. It also addressess the issue whether and under what circumstances Shakespeare's play could / should be played in our post-Holocaust era. The article is based upon a lecture in Stockhom at a symposium which analysed The Merchant of Venice from different angles.

KW - Shylock

KW - Merchant of Venice

KW - Shakespeare

KW - anti-Semitism

KW - anti-Judaism

KW - Augustine

KW - the Holocaust

KW - Martin Luther

M3 - Kapitel samlingsverk

SN - 91-86434-30-6

BT - Shakespeares Shylock och antisemitismen

A2 - Sauter, Willmar

A2 - Feiler, Yael

PB - Stockholm University

ER -