Table of contents for Stanley Cavell's American dream : Shakespeare, philosophy, and Hollywood movies / by Lawrence F. Rhu.

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Acknowledgments					000
Introduction: Beyond Adaptation		000
Lost in Space or Right at Home? 000 Macbeth and Gaslight: New Historicism and Feminism 000 Beyond Adaptation: Walker Percy and Stanley Cavell 000
1. Meeting Places						000 
The Green World and General Education 000 Subject and Object 000 Now, Voyager 000 Temporary Idolatry 000 The Sublime and the Pedestrian 000 Shame and the Origins of a Calling 000 Milton at the Movies 000 Consent 000
2. On Bloom and Cavell on Shakespeare			000
Common Backgrounds 000 Emersonian Differences 000 King Lear in Their Time 000 Stella Dallas and A Thousand Acres 000 Shame, Shamelessness, and the Uses of Shakespeare 000
3. From Skepticism to Perfectionism				000
Stanley Cavell¿s Renaissance Skepticism 000 Emerson; or, the Skeptic¿and the Perfectionist 000 Perfection¿s Heirs 000 Sidney and Larkin: A Perfectionist Reading 000
4. From Cyprus to Rushmore		000
Othello and The Philadelphia Story 000 Emerson and Receptivity 000 North by Northwest and Hamlet 000 An Epistemology of Moods 000 
5. Reading Cavell Reading The Winter¿s Tale		000
Shakespeare, Sturges, and Rohmer 000 Remarriage Comedy and the Myth of the Fall 000 The Lady Eve 000
6. Cavell¿s Rome				000
Antony and Cleopatra: The Withdrawal of the World 000 Current and Source 000 What¿s the Use of Calling Shakespeare a Pragmatist? 000 Coriolanus and Sidney¿s Poetics 000 Fred Astaire and Racial Differences 000 The Oldest Profession 000 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cavell, Stanley, 1926-.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Philosophy.
Motion pictures.