Shakespeare on the Edge: Border-Crossing in the Tragedies and the Henriad Lisa Hopkins

ISBN: 9781409489566

Published: April 1st 2013

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162 pages


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Shakespeare on the Edge: Border-Crossing in the Tragedies and the Henriad  by  Lisa Hopkins

Shakespeare on the Edge: Border-Crossing in the Tragedies and the Henriad by Lisa Hopkins
April 1st 2013 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 162 pages | ISBN: 9781409489566 | 10.29 Mb

Englands land borders with Scotland and Wales, together with the narrow channels separating the British mainland from Ireland and the Continent, were the focus of acute, if intermittent, unease during the early modern period. This book analysesMoreEnglands land borders with Scotland and Wales, together with the narrow channels separating the British mainland from Ireland and the Continent, were the focus of acute, if intermittent, unease during the early modern period. This book analyses works by not only Shakespeare but also his contemporaries to argue that many of the plays of Shakespeares central period, from the second tetralogy to Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth, and Othello, engage with the idea of Englands borders.



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