Shakespeare's Domestic Economies: Gender and Property in Early Modern England

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University of Pennsylvania Press, 08.07.2002 - 276 Seiten

A significant contribution to Shakespeare criticism that integrates feminism, materialist criticism, and legal history to offer an original look at how women's management of household goods became an important site of female struggle and resistance to England's patrilineal property regime. "Korda draws on the best aspects of a variety of recent critical approaches while charting new territory of her own."—Choice

 

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Housekeeping and Household Stuff
15
Household Kates Domesticating Commodities in The Taming of the Shrew
52
Judicious Oeillades Supervising Marital Property in The Merry Wives of Windsor
76
The Tragedy of the Handkerchief Female Paraphernalia and the Properties of Jealousy in Othello
111
Isabellas Rule Singlewomen and the Properties of Poverty in Measure for Measure
159
Household PropertyStage Property
192
Notes
213
Index
263
Acknowledgments
271
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Über den Autor (2002)

Natasha Korda is Associate Professor of English and women's studies at Wesleyan University.

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