London : Routledge, 2005.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Political and social views.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Tragedies.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Comedies.
Politics Literature Great Britain History 16th century
Politics Literature Great Britain History 17th century
Literature and history Great Britain History 16th century
Literature and history Great Britain History 17th century
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Criticism and interpretation
General note: Originally published: London: Methuen, 1987. Papers from the 3rd Congress of the International Shakespeare Association, held in West Berlin, April 1986. Formatted contents note: Political criticisms of Shakespeare / Walter Cohen - Power, politics, and the Shakespearean text : recent criticism in England and the United States / Don E. Wayne - Theatre of the Empire : "Shakespeare's England" at Earl's Court, 1912 / Marion F. O'Connor - Prospero in Africa : The Tempest as colonial text and pretext / Thomas Cartelli - The Order of the Garter, the cult of Elizabeth, and class-gender tension in The merry wives of Windsor / Peter Erickson - "And wash the Ethiop white" : feminity and the monstrous in Othello / Karen Newman - Renaissance antitheatricality and the politics of gender and rank in Much ado about nothing / Jean E. Howard - "Which is the merchant here and which is the Jew?" : subversion and recuperation in The merchant of Venice / Thomas Moisan - Lenten butchery : legitimation crisis in Coriolanus / Michael D. Bristol - The failure of orthodoxy in Coriolanus / Thomas Sorge - Speculations : Macbeth and source / Jonathan Goldberg - Towards a lterary theory of ideology : mimesis, representation, authority / Robert Weimann.