The Merchant of Venice: William Shakespeare
Palgrave Macmillan, Nov 15, 1998 - Drama - 248 pages
This collection of essays is aimed at readers who are looking for new ways of thinking about Shakespeare's most controversial play and new ways of thinking about their own practice as critics. The collection offers a spectrum of the more recent writings on the play that opens up its historical, cultural, and political significance and also serves to demonstrate some of the ways in which contemporary criticism is both based upon critical theory and is also about the practice of criticism.
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