Shakespeare in the World of Communism and Socialism
The general theme that emerges from this study is the deeply ambivalent nature of communist Shakespeare who, like Feste's 'chev'ril glove,' often simultaneously served and subverted the official ideology.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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