Here is the recording and a link to the presentation for the lecture by Jill Fellows on Ian Hacking, Rewriting the Soul: http://artsone-open.arts.ubc.ca/ian-hacking-rewriting-the-soul/. It has been added to the same page as the 2014 lecture.
The Penelopiad rewrites Homer’s The Odyssey, in part from the perspective of Odysseus’ wife, Penelope. In this lecture, Jill Fellows discusses how Atwood’s Penelope responds to and questions Homer’s interpretation of her life, while the twelve hanged maids respond to and question Penelope’s own version of events.
Video of lecture by Jill Fellows for the “Remake/Remodel” theme
Continuing with my theme of alliterative titles, today I want to explore one of the tensions between the 1604 and 1616 editions of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus. The introduction to our text tells us that there are two broad versions of … Continue reading →Continue reading →