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Re: Henry V (and Branagh)
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0046  Monday, 10 January 2000.

From:           Tom Reedy <
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Date:           Saturday, 8 Jan 2000 11:07:25 -0600
Subject: 11.0037 Re: Henry V (and Branagh)
Comment:        Re: SHK 11.0037 Re: Henry V (and Branagh)

Judy Craig writes:

> Clifford Stetner writes:
>
> <money is a near substitute in a developing capitalistic <society.
>
> Money as a substitute for nobility in a capitalistic society implies the
> Marxist view that no religious or god-fearing people exist in a
> capitalist society.  I would argue that that argument is as fallacious
> in the sixteenth century as it is now.
>
> Judy Craig

And your comment implies nobility = religious or god-fearing people.
Please tell me how you make the connection.

Tom Reedy
 

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