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n Shakespeare in Southern Africa - Shakespearean Fantasy and Politics, Thomas Betteridge : book review

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Abstract

The title of this book reflects its ambitious and broad-ranging scope. Its success will largely depend on the individual reader's own politics and views on the politics of Shakespeare criticism. For this is a conservative book, a detailed reading of a selection of Shakespeare's plays arguing for a coherent authorial vision and ethical scheme. It is also however complex, reasoned, and guided by the impetus to theorise and exemplify what Betteridge calls "ethical criticism".

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2008-01-01
2016-12-04
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