Shakespeare's Unruly Women
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Shakespeare's Unruly Women

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While Shakespeare did not create rebellious feminists in the modern sense of the term, nevertheless it is fascinating to see the variety of ways his heroines operate in, rebel against, attempt to rule, or are crushed by a hierarchical, male-oriented social structure.Shakespeare's Unruly Women examines the ways in which the Victorian period interpreted Shakespeare's charact...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published June 1st 1997 by University of Washington Press
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