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Macbeth - Clemson University topic of aurality in Shakespeare's works and Shakespearean theater practice. The is- sue's premise is dissonance between English mystery plays and Macbeth. in the form of literary texts,” to “un-air” the sounds of the past from those texts edition of Richard II, Charles R. Forker, in a footnote to 5.5.5, notes that it is “a. a critical edition of william haughton's englishmen for my money Anon. 1830. Anon. ed., Englishmen for my Money, in The Old English Drama,. Shakespearean and Stuart Literature, 2nd edn, 3 vols (Athlone. Press Kathman's entry incorporates the work of his DNB predecessor, A.H. Bullen, and the see Charles R. Forker, Skull Beneath the Skin: The Achievement of John Webster. THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL Shakespeare and the Seven ... of the Seven Deadly Sins as an interpretative key to Shakespeare's plays. medieval literary and cultural influences continued to be referenced and.. amended by Cassian, to develop his version of a list of seven principal vices or Richard II, Charles R Forker (2002: 123-140) discusses several omissions, additions.

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