Political Shakespeare: Essays in Cultural Materialism

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Jonathan Dollimore, Alan Sinfield
Manchester University Press, 1994 - Drama - 295 pages
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The new wave of cultural materialists in Britain and new historicists in the United States here join forces to depose the sacred icon of the "eternal bard" and argue for a Shakespeare who meditates and exploits political, cultural and ideological forces. Ten years on, this second edition presents additional essays by Jonathan Dollimore and Alan Sinfield.
  

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Contents

Stephen Greenblatt
18
Paul Brown
48
Jonathan Dollimore
72
Kathleen McLuskie
88
Leonard Tennenhouse
109
Jonathan Dollimore
129
Part n Reproductions interventions
154
AlanSmfield
182
Graham Holderness
206
Margot Heinemann
226
AlanSinfield
255
Raymond Williams
281
Index
290
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