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William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare Essay - Histories (Vol. 28)

Histories (Vol. 28)


Hydra and Rhizome
Jack Cade in the Garden: Class Consciousness and Class Conflict in 2 Henry VI
Nostalgia and the Not Yet Late Queen: Refusing Female Rule in Henry V
The Lamentable Comedy of Richard II
"When Blood is Their Argument": Class, Character, and Historymaking in Shakespeare's and Branagh's Henry V
Broken English and Broken Irish: Nation, Language, and the Optic of Power in Shakespeare's Histories
The Crown, the Mirror and the Clock: Shakespeare's Richard II
The modernity of Henry VIII
"Word Itself against the Word": Close Reading After Voloshinov
Festivity and Topicality in the Coventry Scene of 1 Henry IV