Re: Shakespeare's Neighbors
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0932 Wednesday, 14 May 2003
From: Martin Steward <
Date: Tuesday, 13 May 2003 15:23:07 +0100
Subject: Shakespeare's Neighbors
Comment: SHK 14.0914 Shakespeare's Neighbors
"The inference has it that the presence of such widely disseminated
theories may allow for the study of the literary works through their own
codes and imagery, without implying a rigidly ideological transmission
between social and literary domains."
"That neither Christmas His Masque with its antimasque of rural customs
nor A Vision of Delight makes a case out of Pocahontas as audience is
for Coronato proof of the success of her 'conversion'".
Oh well. It was exciting while it lasted.
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