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Shakespeare and race : postcolonial praxis in the early modern period

Author: Imtiaz H Habib
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Imtiaz H Habib
ISBN: 0761815457 9780761815457 0761815465 9780761815464
OCLC Number: 59440364
Description: [1 volume]
Contents: chapter 1 Introduction chapter 2 Shakespeare and the Black Woman: Colonialism's Homosocial Eugenics and Black Desire chapter 3 Aaron and the Lost Blacks of Andronician Rome: Metropolitan Construction and the Writing of the Minority in Early Shakespeare chapter 4 'Speak of me as I am': T.S. Eliot, Othello's Subaltern Voice and the Politics of Ethnic Mimesis chapter 5 Cleopatra and the Sexualization of Race chapter 6 Caliban and Racial Education chapter 7 Afterword chapter 8 Plates chapter 9 Works Cited chapter 10 Index
Responsibility: Imtiaz Habib.


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Thanks to some sustained thinking along several lines, Habib has arrived at solid and illuminating readings of the Shakespearean texts. -- Rachana Sachdev * Shakespeare and Race * The study of race, Read more...

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