Shakespeare Studies, Volume 33
'Shakespeare Studies' is an international volume containing essays & studies by critics & cultural historians from both hemispheres. Volume 33 continues the series in which specialists in theatrical traditions in the time of Shakespeare discuss the state of scholarly study in their areas.
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