This book reads some of the “classic” anticolonial texts—by Aimé Césaire and Roberto Fernández Retamar, for instance—through the lens of feminist and queer analysis. By placing gender and sexuality at the center of the debate about the uses of Shakespeare for anticolonial purposes, Goldberg’s work points to possibilities that might be articulated through the nexus of race and sexuality.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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