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Passing Strange: Shakespeare, Race, and Contemporary America

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Notions, constructions, and performances of race continue to define the contemporary American experience, including America's relationship to Shakespeare. In Passing Strange, Ayanna Thompson explores the myriad ways U.S. culture draws on the works and the mythology of the Bard to redefine the boundaries of the color line.
Drawing on an extensive--frequently unconventional-
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published May 13th 2011 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published May 6th 2011)
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