Shakespeare Studies, Volume 23

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J. Leeds Barroll
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 296 pages
Shakespeare Studies is an international volume published every year in hardcover, containing more than three hundred pages of essays and studies by critics from both hemispheres.
 

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Contents

From the Editor
9
List of Contributors
11
Richard Tarlton and the Uses of SixteenthCentury Celebrity
19
Cartography and the Gaze in Shakespearean Tragedy and History
39
Androgynous Union and the Woman in Hamlet
71
stuff the Latin Lesson and the Domestication of Learning in The Taming of the Shrew
100
Colonialist Interpretations of Shakespeares Tempest
120
King Lears Opening Scene and the CommonLaw Use
146
Cultural Politics and Shakespeares Art
237
Women Race and Writing in the Early Modern Period
241
The Stage and Social Struggle in Early Modern England
247
Elizabeth I Susan Frye Elizabeth I
251
Shakespeare and After
257
Differences in Womens ReVisions of Shakespeare
261
Private Matters and Public Culture in PostReformation England
268
Cultural Materialism and the Politics of Dissident Reading
275

Sex Marriage and Ducal Authority in Measure for Measure
187
Lucreces Gaze
210
Essays on Tragedy and History
225
Materializing the Subject in Shakespeare
229
Shakespeare the Actor and the Purposes of Playing
280
Contemporary Critical Quarrels
284
Index
289
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