Shakespeare and the Geography of Difference

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Cambridge University Press, May 12, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 269 pages
Shakespeare's images of the exotic are shown to be firmly based on the margins of contemporary maps; and examination of the icons and emblems of maps raises questions about the mapmakers' overt intentions and instinctive assumptions, and reveals connections between the semiology of a map and that of the theater.

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