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n Shakespeare in Southern Africa - Shakespeare's Cues and Prompts, Murray J. Levith : book review

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Abstract

The epigraph to this interesting volume on Shakespeare's sources is T.S. Eliot's comment in that the "good poet welds his theft into a whole of feeling which is unique, utterly different from that from which it was torn" (125). This is a fitting start to a book which takes as its task to show how "Shakespeare, like Bottom in , is a weaver" (1), creating new stories and images from old.

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2016-12-08
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