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Shakespeare and Islam
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.0817  Tuesday, 4 May 1999.

From:           Alia Bin Darwish <
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Date:           Sunday, May 2, 1999, 6:23 AM
Subject:        Shakespeare and Islam

[Editor's Note: Dale Lyles, who addresses unsolicited messages from
students and other non-members of SHAKSPER, and I could not decided to
do with the message below. I've edited it to try to make as much sense
of the question as I can and invite anyone who wishes to respond to do
so directly to Alia Bin Darwish <
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I wonder if you can give me a hand in the essay  I'm doing. You see my
doctor said that Shakespeare's plays are much related to certain Islamic
concepts - something like Sufism and the idea of life after death I
wonder if it's true or maybe my doctor was feeling sleepy.
 

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