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  • Journal

    Amiri, M. and Khoshkam, S.

    Gender Identity and Gender Performativity in Shakespeare’s Selected Plays: Macbeth, Hamlet and Merry Wives of Windsor

    2017 - Advances in Language and Literary Studies

    In-text: (Amiri and Khoshkam, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Amiri, M. and Khoshkam, S., 2017. Gender Identity and Gender Performativity in Shakespeare’s Selected Plays: Macbeth, Hamlet and Merry Wives of Windsor. Advances in Language and Literary Studies, 8(4), p.1.

  • Book

    Cohen, D.

    Shakespeare: readers, audiences, and players

    1998 - University of Western Australia Press - Nedlands

    In-text: (Cohen, 1998)

    Your Bibliography: Cohen, D., 1998. Shakespeare: readers, audiences, and players. Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press, pp.153-175.

  • Journal

    Friedman, M. D.

    Where Was He Born? Speak! Tell me!: Julie Taymor’s Tempest, Hawaiian Slavery, and the Birther Controversy

    2013 - Shakespeare Bulletin

    In-text: (Friedman, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Friedman, M., 2013. Where Was He Born? Speak! Tell me!: Julie Taymor’s Tempest, Hawaiian Slavery, and the Birther Controversy. Shakespeare Bulletin, 31(3), pp.431-452.

  • Journal

    Griffiths, T. R.

    'This Island's mine': Caliban and Colonialism

    1983 - The Yearbook of English Studies

    In-text: (Griffiths, 1983)

    Your Bibliography: Griffiths, T., 1983. 'This Island's mine': Caliban and Colonialism. The Yearbook of English Studies, 13, p.159.

  • Journal

    Kimbrough, R.

    Macbeth: The prisoner of gender

    1983 - Shakespeae Studies

    In-text: (Kimbrough, 1983)

    Your Bibliography: Kimbrough, R., 1983. Macbeth: The prisoner of gender. Shakespeae Studies, 16, p.175.

  • Journal

    Salas-Lleal, J.

    THE IDEAS OF POWER, SLAVERY AND FREEDOM IN SHAKESPEARE’S 'THE TEMPEST': A POLITICAL RE-READING BASED ON HIS CHARACTERS’ TENDENCIES

    2020 - ODISEA

    In-text: (Salas-Lleal, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Salas-Lleal, J., 2020. THE IDEAS OF POWER, SLAVERY AND FREEDOM IN SHAKESPEARE’S 'THE TEMPEST': A POLITICAL RE-READING BASED ON HIS CHARACTERS’ TENDENCIES. ODISEA, (21), pp.21-43.

  • Book

    Shakespeare, W. and Craig, W. J.

    Shakespeare

    1993 - Magpie Books - London

    In-text: (Shakespeare and Craig, 1993)

    Your Bibliography: Shakespeare, W. and Craig, W., 1993. Shakespeare. London: Magpie Books.

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