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Tempest Reference
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.0504  Monday, 5 March 2001

From:           Kris McDermott <
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Date:           Friday, 2 Mar 2001 10:27:22 EST
Subject: 12.0494 Tempest Reference
Comment:        Re: SHK 12.0494 Tempest Reference

Graff and Kastan's "Case Studies in Critical Controversy" edition of The
Tempest (Bedford-St. Martin's) includes three articles challenging the
postcolonial reading -- maybe yours is one of these:

Deborah Willis, "Shakespeare's Tempest and the Discourse of Colonialism"

David Scott Kastan, "The Duke of Milan/And His Brave Son": Old Histories
and New in The Tempest"

Meredith Anne Skura, "Discourse and the Individual: The Case of
Colonialism in The Tempest"

This edition, incidentally, actually features a hypothetical debate
between "Postcolonialist Professor" and "Traditionalist Professor."

Kris McDermott
Central Michigan University
 

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