Shakespeare's division of experience

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Summit Books, 1981 - Drama - 376 pages
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Arguing that we have traditionally characterized certain human qualities as feminine and--morally more important--masculine, French analyzes how Shakespeare integrated these opposing principles in his writings

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Introduction
11
THE GENDER PRINCIPLES
21
Formal Equivalents of the Gender Principles
32
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