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    Babula, William
    In Prospero’s Books, the Peter Greenaway film adaptation of Shakespeare’s romance The Tempest, the arranged and apparently consummated marriage of Claribel and the African King Tunis is depicted in the most grotesque fashion. A miserable and sexually . . .
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    Discusses the artificiality in William Shakespeare's Romances. Characterization of Shakespeare's late Romances from the point of view of critics; Nature of art in Shakespeare's works; Effect of conscious artificiality on the audience.
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    Discusses the establishment of the ameliorative tradition of the production and critical interpretation of the play "The Taming of the Shrew." Creation of a play-within-a-play structure in the Christopher Sly Induction; Information on the historical c . . .
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    An essay is presented on English dramatist William Shakespeare, on the plays he wrote, on the overall effect of his actors, boys and men in particular, in his company and the parts they were capable of playing. It discusses seven distinct roles and th . . .
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    The ending of All's Well that Ends Well has been a problem for critics. Yet some of the difficulties have been spawned by a critical unwillingness to watch the character Bertram closely as he moves through the play. For the most part the reconciliatio . . .
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    In a foreword to a collection of essays entitled Reinterpretations of Elizabethan Drama, Norman Rabkin makes the following generalization about the contributors: " ... all of them discuss the play as earlier critics neither could nor wanted to: the pl . . .
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    The unity of The Comedy of Errors lies in the baffling contexts surrounding Aegeon, the boys from Syracuse, and the boys from Ephesus and in their responses to those contexts. Obviously, there are certain differences among these contexts that cannot b . . .
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    In a recent essay Norman Gelber recognizes a certain degree of ambiguity in Greene's Orlando Furioso, and suggests that this ambiguity is created by the dramatist's treatment of women. Yet Greene's dramatic handling of women in this play based on Ario . . .