By Shakespeare, William; Joughin, John J.; Shakespeare, William
Philosophical Shakespeares specializes in and encourages the turning out to be dissolution of barriers among literature and philosophy. The procedure is interdisciplinary and comprises problem-centred readings of specific plays.
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I’m grateful to Timothy Gould 1992 for this formulation and for illuminating this aspect of Cavell’s work, cf. esp. p. 64. 9 For a fuller critique of Bloom’s ‘monumentalising gesture’ and for an exemplary interrogation of the question of monumentalism and literary value in its Shakespearean context, see Bennett and Royle 1999:44–53. 10 Though this is not merely to say, as Bloom does, that: ‘the plays read me better than I read them’ (Bloom 1999:xx). 18 2 How many children did she have? BRISTOL I have a guilty secret: I want to know how many children Lady Macbeth had.
30 and 64–65). Like the Witches, Lady Macbeth and her husband constitute an ‘unholy’ family, a family whose only children are the ‘murth’ ring ministers’. (Stallybrass 1996:111–12) Stallybrass manages to capture what may be the really salient point in Knights’ essay without threatening excommunication of anyone who shows an interest in literary characters. There is, of course, no logical contradiction involved in the fact that Lady Macbeth’s children never appear on stage. But Stallybrass implies that this non-appearance is a structuring absence required for the identification of Lady Macbeth as a witch.
In one form or another, this doctrine continues to be an important one for literary criticism. There are many contemporary critics who regard ‘theory’ as an ‘orientation to language as such’ (see Miller 1987 as cited in Mullaney 1996:18). Knights does not advance the extravagant claim that there is nothing outside the text. He seems perfectly willing to concede that there are people, animals, physical objects and so forth that populate his world. Nor does he argue for indeterminacy of meaning, but rather for an overdetermination of meaning within the formal boundaries of the literary HOW MANY CHILDREN DID SHE HAVE?