Shakespeare Without Women

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Taylor & Francis, Apr 12, 2002 - Literary Collections - 240 pages
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Shakespeare Without Women is a controversial study of female impersonation and the connections between dramatic and political representation in Shakespeare's plays.

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Dympna Callaghan is Dean's Professor in the Humanities at Syracuse University and works on early modern English Literature. She has held fellowships at the Newberry, Folger, and Huntington Libraries, has been a British Academy Visiting Professor and is a Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University. She is an active member of the interdisciplinary Syracuse University Medieval-Renaissance group of faculty and graduate students. Her books include editions of Shakespeare's "The Duchess of Malfi, The Taming of the Shrew" and Shakespeare's Sonnets, as well as "Shakespeare Without Women", "Woman and Gender in Renaissance Tragedy", and "Impact of Feminism in English Renaissance Studies.

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