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Rethinking Shakespeare in the Social Depths of Politics
The “new social history” has exploded the myth that Shakespeare’s society comprised a culture of obedience. Repositioning his works in the popular politics of his period, social historians and literary critics reassess Shakespeare’s presentation of power and authority.
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brad_20 via Apple Podcasts · Turkey · 05/08/16
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