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..."the historicizings are helpful, interesting and erudite...."-Modern Philology "A splendid collection of essays by one of the most distinguished and original scholars on both sides of the Atlantic - "Natalie Zemon, Princeton University Lisa Jardine is an exhilarating guide to the critical controversies and new perspectives that have recently trabsformed our understanding of Shakespeare - "Stephen Greenblatt, UC Berkeley."

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My concern in this work is to use the textual traces of early modern social relations as the point of encounter with early modern agency - specifically the agency of those whose point of view has tended to be excluded from dominant cultural production (non-elite men and all women). Read the first page
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Typical Jardine brilliance 24 Mar. 2008
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This short work is typical of Jardine's acute, if labyrinthine, analytical style and content. The reader, however, needs to be quite familiar with Shakespeare scholarship to appreciate this book.
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