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“Rue e’en for ruth”: Richard II and the Imitation of Sympathy (2015)
Book Chapter
Meek, R. (2015). “Rue e’en for ruth”: Richard II and the Imitation of Sympathy. In E. Sullivan, & R. Meek (Eds.), The Renaissance of emotion: Understanding affect in Shakespeare and his contemporaries, 130-152. Manchester University Press. https://doi.org/10.7228/manchester/9780719090783.003.0007

This chapter examines the various instances of sympathetic engagement and emotional correspondence in Shakespeare’s Richard II. It explores the various figured audiences and emotionally engaged onlookers that the play depicts, and the ways in which t... Read More about “Rue e’en for ruth”: Richard II and the Imitation of Sympathy.

The Renaissance of emotion: Understanding affect in Shakespeare and his contemporaries (2015)
Book
R. Meek, & E. Sullivan (Eds.), (2015). The Renaissance of emotion: Understanding affect in Shakespeare and his contemporaries

This collection of essays offers a major reassessment of the meaning and significance of emotional experience in the work of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Recent scholarship on early modern emotion has relied on a medical-historical approach, r... Read More about The Renaissance of emotion: Understanding affect in Shakespeare and his contemporaries.

(S)wept From Power: two versions of tyrannicide in Richard III (2015)
Book Chapter
Kaegi, A. (2015). (S)wept From Power: two versions of tyrannicide in Richard III. In R. Meek, & E. Sullivan (Eds.), The Renaissance of Emotion: understanding affect in Shakespeare and his contemporaries, 200-220. Manchester University Press