rhetoric, Shakespeare, art history, Boydell collection
Traditionally, the Boydell Shakespeare Gallery is considered an important moment in England’s art history narrative. In this essay, I argue that the Boydell collection also reflects a new preference for reading Shakespeare’s plays in the eighteenth century via its editorial illustration of parts of the plays that would not normally be emphasized in theatrical productions.
"Rendering Shakespearean Rhetoric Visible in the Boydell Shakespeare Gallery,"
Quidditas: Vol. 28, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rmmra/vol28/iss1/7
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