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Review of 'Diseases of the imagination and imaginary disease in the early modern period' edited by Yasmin Haskell
Daalder's review of 'Diseases of the imagination and imaginary disease in the early modern period' edited by Yasmin Haskell (Early European Research, 2) (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012).
R.A.K. Mason's Universality
(Rinsen Books, Kyoto, 1998)
Mason is writing about the plight of man, trapped in a hostile place, i.e. our planet, which, in the space of the universe as a whole, is 'fixed at the friendless outer edge'. Even if perhaps a poet in an isolated country ...
R.A.K. Mason: The Poet as a Pacific Christ
(Centre for Research in the New Literatures in English, Flinders University, 1981)
The vast majority of Mason's poems derive their individual character not only from his use of language, but also, and above all, from his perceiving of himself as a Christ in New Zealand, ignored and victimised by a society ...
Bibliography, Criticism, and the Problem of “Doctor Faustus”
(Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1991)
The question confronting the editor of 'Doctor Faustus' has revolved around whether to trust the short A text of the play which appeared in 1604, or the much longer version, B, of 1616.
“Doctor Faustus” and the Colossus of Rhodes
(Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1986)
Editing Marlowe's "Doctor Faustus" continues to pose a formidable difficulty for modern scholars.
Review of 'Shakespeare, Marlowe, Jonson: New directions in biography' edited by Kozuka and Mulryne
Daalder's review of Takashi Kozuka and J.R Mulryne (eds) 'Shakespeare, Marlowe, Jonson: New directions in biography' (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006)
The Religious Experience in R.A.K. Mason's Poetry
(Editions Rodopi, 1996)
When I first read R.A.K. Mason's poems several years ago, I was inclined to see the Christ figure in them as essentially - or at least most frequently - a reflection of the author himself, in the role of a victim of his ...
The Text of “King Lear” 2.2.136-145 in the ‘Arden 3’ Edition
(Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2002)
This paper considers the nature of R. A. Foakes's approach to editing 'King Lear', and how the latest Arden edition may be improved so as to bring it closer to what Shakespeare is likely to have written.
William Shakespeare: Othello
(Flinders University English Discipline and South Australian English Teachers Association, 1991)
Othello is not often thought of as a play primarily concerned with madness, yet that is what it is.
Some Renaissance elements in Malcolm Lowry's "Under the Volcano"
(Erasmus Press, Kentucky, 1983-04)
Malcolm Lowry's imagination is vitally in touch with that of many other authors and artists, notably with English Renaissance writers. The most important of these is obviously Marlowe, whose Faustus has a marked and explicit ...