ISSN 1554-6985

VOLUME IX ·  NUMBER 1

SUMMER/FALL 2014

Girls and Girlhood in Adaptations of Shakespeare

EDITED BY

Deanne Williams

CONTENTS

Dedication (pdf)
Introduction: Girls and Girlhood in Adaptations of Shakespeare (pdf) Deanne Williams

Screen

Shakespeare, Television, and Girl Culture (pdf) Ariane M. Balizet
Ophelian Negotiations: Remediating the Girl on YouTube (pdf) Stephen O'Neill
To Count as a Girl: Misdirection in 10 Things I Hate About You (pdf) Rachael McLennan

Stage

"Making the Stage my Profession": Girlhood and Performance in Mary "Perdita" Robinson's Memoirs (pdf) Caroline Bicks
"Being Born a Girl": Toni Morrison's Desdemona (pdf) Jo Eldridge Carney
Prospero's Girls (pdf) Deanne Williams

Ophelia

The Cult of Shakespeare in Soviet Russia and the Vilified Ophelia (pdf) Natalia Khomenko
"I think nothing, my lord": Emptiness, Absence, and Abused Innocence in "Ophelia, the Rose of Elsinore" (pdf) Dianne E. Berg
Reviving Ophelia: Reaching Adolescent Girls through Shakespeare's Doomed Heroine (pdf) Jennifer Flaherty

Appropriation in Performance

A Dream in Fantasia — A Cantonese Opera Based on A Midsummer Night's Dream (pdf) Loretta Ling Yeung

Contributors

Contributors (pdf)