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The Hebrew Bible is hardly what might be called a "unified" account of the national history of Israel. The texts, with their myriad genres and competing perspectives, show the…more
- Literary value and social identity in the Canterbury talesGet This Now!
"Literary authors, especially those with other occupations, must come to grips with the question of why they should write at all, when the world urges them to devote their tim…more
- The edge of evolution: the search for the limits of DarwinismGet This Now!
Draws on new findings in genetics to pose an argument for intelligent design that refutes Darwinian beliefs about evolution while offering alternative analyses of such factors…more
- Shakespeare and postcolonial theoryGet This Now!
"Shakespeare and Postcolonial Theory is an up-to-date guide to contemporary debates in postcolonial studies and how these shape our understanding of Shakespeare's politics and…more
- The child in ShakespeareGet This Now!
"This book examines the child on Shakespeare's stage. As a life force, an impassioned plea for justice, a legacy, history, memory or image of love or violence, children are ev…more
- Maoism: a global historyGet This Now!
"Since the heyday of Mao Zedong, there has never been a more crucial time to understand Maoism. Although to Western eyes it seems that China has long abandoned the utopian tur…more
- Shakespeare and the godsGet This Now!
Shakespeare and the Gods examines Shakespeare's many allusions to six classical gods (Jupiter, Diana, Venus, Mars, Hercules and Ceres) that enhance his readers' and audiences'…more
- Shakespearean territoriesGet This Now!
Shakespeare was an astute observer of contemporary life, culture, and politics. The emerging practice of territory as a political concept and technology did not elude his atte…more
- Freedom libraries: the untold story of libraries for African Americans in the SouthGet This Now!
"Although illegal, racial segregation was strictly enforced in a number of American states, and public libraries were not immune. Numerous libraries were desegregated on paper…more
- The Cambridge companion to Shakespeare and religionGet This Now!
"Nothing in Shakespeare's England was as important as religion. Questions of faith informed everything from history and politics to love and family, work and play, good and ev…more
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