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Natalie K. Eschenbaum

An NPR review of Vinegar Girl states that Anne Tyler's modernisation of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew is a ‘fizzy cocktail of a romantic comedy, far more sweet than acidic, about finding a mate who appreciates you for your

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Loving Shakespeare

Anne Tyler's Vinegar Girl and the Hogarth Shakespeare Project

Elizabeth Rivlin

Shrew , which she elected to retell for the Hogarth Shakespeare as Vinegar Girl (2016), strikes many people today as distinctly unlovable. 4 The play's open misogyny, which displays how a husband subordinates his wife and brings her to accept her

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Editorial

Shakespeare and the Modern Novel

Graham Holderness

the play: the love triangle of Gertrude, Claudius and King Hamlet. Natalie Eschenbaum considers how Anne Tyler's novel Vinegar Girl (Hogarth Press, 2016) adopts and adapts the critical debate concerning misogyny in Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew

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Ian McEwan Celebrates Shakespeare

Hamlet in a Nutshell

Elena Bandín and Elisa González

acclaimed contemporary authors: Jeanette Winterson's The Gap of Time ( The Winter's Tale ) was followed by Howard Jacobson's Shylock is My Name ( The Merchant of Venice ), Anne Tyler's Vinegar Girl ( The Taming of the Shrew ), Margaret Atwood's Hag

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Canon Fodder and Conscripted Genres

The Hogarth Project and the Modern Shakespeare Novel

Laurie E. Osborne

Winter's Tale merely initiate this trend. Ann Tyler's adaptation of Taming , Vinegar Girl (June 2016), was published slightly after Stephanie Kate Strohm's YA novel The Taming of the Drew (April 2016), and Tracey Chevalier's reimagining of Othello