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Post-Colonial Shakespeares


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This carefully focused collection of superb new essays explores the multiple possiblities for the study of Shakespeare in an emerging postcolonial period. Postcolonial Shakespeares examines the extent to which our assumption about key terms such as 'colonisation', 'race', and 'nation' derive from early modern English culture. It also looks at how such terms are themselves affected by what was established subsequently as 'colonial' forms of knowledge. The volume features original work by some of the leading critics within the field of Shakespeare studies, including: Andreas Bertoldi Jerry Brotton Jonathan Burton Jonathan Dollimore Terence Hawkes Margo Hendricks David Johnson Ania Loomba Michael Neill Martin Orkin Avraham Oz Nicholas Visser It is the most authoritative of such collections to date and represents an exciting step forward for both postcolonial and Shakespeare studies.
Release date NZ
September 3rd, 1998
Edited by Ania Loomba Edited by Martin Orkin
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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