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Undergraduate Guide to Reading Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.0448  Friday, 15 February 2002

From:           Todd Pettigrew <
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Date:           Friday, 15 Feb 2002 09:42:14 -0400
Subject:        Undergraduate Guide to Reading Shakespeare Historically

Friends,

Can anyone recommend a text suitable for senior undergraduates that
outlines key issues in the historical study of Shakespeare? I'm
imagining a book with chapters that connect Shakespeare to, for example,
the monarchy, the structure of the aristocracy, early capitalism, the
early modern construction of gender, and so on -- but at a level that
undergraduates could make sense of and use as a basis for their own
research essays.

Any suggestions on or off list would be welcome.

Best,
t

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