The new issue of Critical Survey has been published!

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The latest issue of Critical Survey has published! This special issue aims to participate in the ‘turn to religion’ experienced by Shakespearean scholarship in the last few decades by delving into the author's religious afterlives. 

Table of Contents 

Volume 35, Issue 2: Shakespeare’s Religious Afterlives 
Guest editors: Marta Cerezo and Olivia Coulomb 


‘Shakespeare's Religious Afterlives’ 

Marta Cerezo 


Sweden and Shakespeare's Protestant Afterlife: Three Translators in the Nineteenth Century 

Per Sivefors 

‘Our golden crown’: Analysis of Religious Intertextuality in Shakespeare's Richard II, and Its Translation into Spanish 

Luis Javier Conejero-Magro 

Between Two Worlds: The Dybbuk, Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, and Reparative Tragedy 

Lisa S. Starks 

Transgressive Catholicism: Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet (1996) 

Olivia Coulomb 

Redeeming Lady Macbeth: Gender and Religion in Justin Kurzel's Macbeth (2015) 

Marta Bernabeu 

The Way of the Bodhisattva: A Buddhist Understanding of King Lear 

Marguerite A. Tassi 

Unaccommodated Religion: King Lear in Flint, Michigan 
Mary Jo Kietzman 


Lear Reassembled 

Mary Jo Kietzman 

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