Performing Robert Burns: Enactments and Representations of the 'National Bard'

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In our time, as in his own, Burns is encountered as recitation, on stage and screen, in speeches, preeminently as song, and in the drama and debates surrounding new discoveries and new editions. Contributors to this imaginative new interdisciplinary collection bridge the divide between performers and scholars, with readable but authoritative short essays that will spark interest in all Burnsians and open up new directions for Burns research.'Patrick Scott, University of South CarolinaExamines representations of Robert Burns and his work in a wide range of performance modesThis book opens up fresh aspects of performance and performativity and their impact on our perception of Robert Burns and his work. Bringing together leading experts on music, song, drama, public ceremonial and literature, it studies Burns as a performed and performative construct. It explores ways in which he is encountered as a living author, setting the popularity of his poetry and songs in the context of his representation in popular culture.

Product Details

Price
£19.99  £18.99
Publisher
Edinburgh University Press
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781474457156

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