Critical Survey (Vol. 34, Issue 4)

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The latest issue of Critical Survey has published! This special issue is about Shakespeare and Rome.

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Volume 34, Issue 4

Shakespeare and Rome

 

Editorial

Graham Holderness

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Articles

The Question of Culpability in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra: Revealing Cleopatra’s Humanity

Sali Said

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Reflecting upon Coriolanus as Being-in-and-for-Mother through the Gaze of Existential Semiotics

Maryamossadat Mousavi and Pyeaam Abbasi

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A Kingdom for a Mirth: Shakespeare’s ‘Fatal Cleopatra’ and the Worm’s Turn

Roger Stritmatter and Shelly Maycock

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The Last Roman King

Ian Ward

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‘Our Troy, our Rome’: Classical Intertextuality in Titus Andronicus

Graham Holderness

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Ninagawa’s Ancient Journeys

Daniel Gallimore

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Titus and Coriolanus in Tehran: Shakespeare’s Roman Plays and Iran’s Politics

Mohammadreza Hassanzadeh Javanian

https://bit.ly/3MaVEmm

 

Nathaniel Lee’s Politics of Sovereignty

Aspasia Velissariou

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