The End of Kinship: "measure for Measure", Incest, and the Idea of Universal Siblinghood

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Stanford University Press, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 297 pages
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Fairly interesting, much better than other books I've read about 'Measure for Measure' which seem to talk more about Promos and Cassandra than Shakespeare's play. Read full review

Review: The End Of Kinship: "Measure For Measure", Incest, And The Ideal Of Universal Siblinghood

User Review  - Goodreads

Fairly interesting, much better than other books I've read about 'Measure for Measure' which seem to talk more about Promos and Cassandra than Shakespeare's play. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Civilization and Its Discontents
41
Children of Adoption
58
Individual Intent and Act
77
Punishment and Ransom
95
Likeness and Identity
119
Incest in Pardon and Marriage
139
Conclusion
175
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