December 2003 • ISBN 978-1611492453 • $104.00
The essays in this collection use a variety of theoretical perspectives to address issues of contemporary import in Shakespeare’s dramatic texts: alterity, sexuality, gender, performance, intertextuality, and genre. Janus-like, the collection suggests the directions of Shakespeare studies at the outset of the new millennium, while considering their roots in the last. Contributors include Linda Woodbridge, Barbara Hodgdon, and Alexander Leggatt
About the Editor
Evelyn Gajowski is Associate Professor of English at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.