It is my intention, in reading together literary critics, artists, and theorists, to show how the development of Shakespeare’s conception of his own subjectivity develops over the course of his sonnet sequence. I will discuss and utilise the Jungian concept of individuation, and the Lacanian concept of desire, as well as language from the lexicon of the fifteenth and sixteenth … [Read more...]
About William Bishop
William Bishop is an author and musician, writing primarily on Renaissance Literature and its relation to modern psychoanalytic theory. He is studying for a PhD at the University of York and is interested in developing his writing to make topics usually associated with academia accessible to a broader readership. His website is williamjohntitusbishop.com.