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William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare Essay - Tragedies (Vol. 42)

Tragedies (Vol. 42)


Iago's Alter Ego: Race as Projection in Othello
Hamlet's Ear
The Return of the Domestic in Coriolanus
Marxist Criticism: Cultural Materialism, and the History of the Subject
The "Noble Thing" and the "Boy of Tears": Coriolanus and the Embarrassments of Identity
Household Words: Macbeth and the Failure of Spectacle
'And All Things Change Them to the Contrary': Romeo and Juliet and the Metaphysics of Language
'Voice Potential': Language and Symbolic Capital in Othello
Grinning Death's-Head: Hamlet and the Vision of the Grotesque