How is it possible to apply postcolonial criticism to the works of William Shakespeare? Shakepeare' works and postcolonial criticism
Many of the plays of William Shakespeare involve colonial or postcolonial settings. For example, it is relatively easy to read The Tempest in terms of a postcolonial situation, in which Caliban, who was on the island before the arrival of Prospero and the other...
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