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how many important books were written on Shakespeare's use of dreams...
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Marjorie Garber wrote a book, entitled "Dream in Shakespeare." I have not read it, but, it is on my "list." ;-)
It was popular for a while to approach Shakespeare with a Freudian view. That style has pretty much run its course, although I am sure there are still those who still try it. I am sure that if you did a Google (or LeapFish) search, you will get hundreds of hits!
Specific to Calpurnia's dream? I am not sure. Scouring some of the literary resources such as SHAKSPER, or William Shakespeare and the Internet, etc., may yield some results.
I am sure that if you were to read some of the books and articles of criticism (staging and literary) of Julius Casar, Calpurnia's dream will be addressed.
I thought I had provided some links, but, I do not see them. Here they are: http://shakespeare.palomar.edu/
Posted by rmrose on February 13, 2009 at 3:48 AM (Answer #1)
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