n Shakespeare in Southern Africa - Editorial

Volume 16, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1011-582X



Extracted from text ... iii Editorial The conference, Colonial Shakespeare, at Rhodes University in June 2003, made me aware of a major problem in the critical reception of Shakespeare in South Africa. This problem lies not in the notion that Shakespeare is inadequately studied at schools and universities, that Shakespeare is not performed and enjoyed by actors and audiences, or that Shakespeare is not a significant influence on South African literature and culture. All these aspects of the reception of Shakespeare in South Africa were addressed in various ways, in papers and debates, during the conference. At the Annual General Meeting of the ..

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