Shakespeare Without Women: Representing Gender and Race on the Renaissance Stage

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Routledge, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 219 pages
Shakespeare Without Women is a controversial study of female impersonation and the connections between dramatic and political representation in Shakespeare's plays.

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Dympna Callaghan is currently William P. Tolley Professor in the Humanities at Syracuse University, New York.

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