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(Re)Contextualizing gender representation in Hamlet
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2017)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT AUTHOR'S REQUEST.] My dissertation "(Re)Contextualizing Gender Representation in Hamlet" argues that all Hamlets reflect their historically specific gender crisis, which ...
Domesticating the citizen : household authority, the merchant class family and the early modern stage
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
The family in London of the seventeenth century resided at the intersection of practices heard from the pulpit and of generic forms those listeners might see in the theaters. Upon both of these ideals lie the inevitable ...
Let your conscience be your guide : or else Shakespeare and questions of the conscience in Richard, Duke of York and Richard III
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
This master's thesis investigates William Shakespeare's development and treatment of the conscience in his plays Richard, Duke of York and Richard III. This study and investigation derive from a point of academic contention ...
Who's your daddy? : an analysis of Shakespeare's fathers in power positions and their parental relationship to their daughters
William Shakespeare and his plays, taught in high schools across America every year, researched by historians for centuries, and enjoyed by classical literature lovers to no end, have been and will continueto be, I imagine, ...