Table of contents for Shakespeare and politics / edited by Catherine M.S. Alexander.

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1. Shakespeare and politics: an introduction John J. Joughin
2. Shakespeare and politics Blair Worden
3. Henry VIII and the deconstruction of history Peter L. Rudnytsky
4. Livy, Machiavelli, and Shakespeare's Coriolanus Anne Barton
5. Richard II and the realities of power S. Schoenbaum
6 Plutarch, insurrection, and dearth in Coriolanus David George
7. Some versions of coup d'etat, rebellion and revolution Pierre Sahel
8. Language, politics, and poverty in Shakespearian drama William C. Carroll
9. 'Demystifying the mystery of state': King Lear and the world turned upside down Margot Heinemann
10. Venetian culture and the politics of Othello Mark Matheson
11. The Bard and Ireland: Shakespeare's Protestantism as politics in disguise Paul Franssen
12. Henry V as working-house of ideology Gunter Walch
13. 'Fashion it thus': Julius Caesar and the politics of theatrical representation John Drakakis
14. Take me to your Leda Terence Hawkes
15. Macbeth on film: politics E. Pearlman
16. William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet: everything's nice in America? Barbara Hodgdon.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Political and social views, Politics and literature Great Britain History 16th century, Politics and literature Great Britain History 17th century, Political plays, English History and criticism, Politics in literature