Ideological Approaches to Shakespeare: The Practice of Theory

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Robert P. Merrix, Nicholas Ranson
Edwin Mellen Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 289 pages
A comprehensive volume of essays covering the varying ideological approaches to Shakespeare's works. The essay focuses on the topics ideology, censorship and theory as academic practice. Other themes present include the Renaissance and teaching Shakespeare to students.
 

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Contents

LYNDA E BOOSE
3
RICHARD LEVIN
39
ARTHUR F KINNEY
57
PAUL YACHNIN
89
CRAIG DIONNE
105
WILLIAM PROCTOR WILLIAMS
127
DAGNY BOEBEL
137
MARY ANN McGRAIL
147
JOHN MICHAEL ARCHER
187
ROBERT P MERRIX
199
Censorship and the Teaching of Shakespeare
215
JAMES ANDREAS
229
REBECCA E BURNETT
243
MARGARET H HARTSHORN
257
Works Cited
273
Notes on Contributors
287

KAY STANTON
155
KAREN BJELLAND
165

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