Table of contents for Local Shakespeares : proximations and power / Martin Orkin.

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List of Contents 
 Acknowledgements 
 1		Introduction: Travelling to Shakespeare's Late Plays
Part I 		Local Knowledge and Shakespeare's Global Texts
 2		Intersecting Knowledges: Shakespeare in Timbuktu
 3		Active Readers: Whose muti in the web of it?
 4		William Tshikinya-Chaka I presume? Cultural Encounter in 
 Performance
 
Part II		Encountering Men in Shakespeare's Late Plays	
5	 Prologue: The 'infirmities of men' in Pericles
6	 Cymbeline: 'That most venerable man which/I did call my 
 		 father'
7	 The Winter's Tale: 'Let no man mock me'
8	 The Tempest: 'Any strange beast there makes a man'
9	 Afterword: The unruliness of Patriarchy

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Tragicomedies.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Appreciation -- Foreign countries.
Power (Social sciences) in literature.
Social problems in literature.
Tragicomedy.