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A feminist companion to Shakespeare
Callaghan, Dympna.
Publication Information:
Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, [2000]

Physical Description:
xxiv, 384 pages ; 26 cm.
The ladies Shakespeare / Juliet Fleming -- Margaret Cavendish, Shakespeare critic / Katherine M. Romack -- Misogyny is everywhere / Phyllis Rackin -- Feminist editing and the body of the text / Laurie E. Maguire -- Made to write 'whore' upon?": male and female use of the word "whore" in Shakespeare's canon / Kay Stanton -- "A word, sweet Lucrece": confession, feminism, and the rape of Lucrece / Margo Hendricks -- Gender, class and the ideology of Comic form: Much ado about nothing and Twelfth Night / Mihoko Suzuki -- Gendered "gifts" in Shakespeare's Belmont: the economies of exchange in early modern England / Jyotsna G. Singh -- The great Indian vanishing trick: colonialism, property, and the family in A midsummer night's dream / Ania Loomba -- Black ram, white ewe: Shakespeare, race and women / Joyce Green MacDonald -- Sycorax in Algiers: cultural politics and gynecology in early modern England / Rachana Sachdev -- Black and white, and dread all over: the Shakespeare theater's "photonegative" Othello and the body of Desdemona / Denise Albanese -- Women and boys playing Shakespeare / Juliet Dusinberre -- Mutant scenes and "minor" conflicts in Richard II / Molly Smith -- Lovesickness, gender, and subjectivity: Twelfth Night and As you like it / Carol Thomas Neely -- ... in the lesbian void: woman-woman eroticism in Shakespeare's plays / Theodora A. Jankowski -- Duncan's corpse / Susan Zimmerman -- Others and lovers in The merchant of Venice / M. Lindsay Kaplan -- Between idolatry and astrology: modes of temporal repetition in Romeo and Juliet / Philippa Berry.
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