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2008 Volume I
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|1.||Men vs. Women: Examining the Relationship between Genre and Gender in Shakespeare
|2.||Race and Gender in Shakespeare and the Art of Rhetoric
|3.||English Language Learners (ELLs) Investigate the Identity of Shakespeare and His Characters
|4.||Shakespeare's Characters: A Visual Analysis
|5.||To See or Not to See? A Visual Approach to Identity in Shakespeare
Kimberly K. Turner
|6.||Shakespeare's World: an Integrated Unit for Third Grade
|7.||Queen Elizabeth's Influence on Disguise in Shakespeare's Plays and Spenser's The Faerie Queene
|8.||The Language of Power in Shakespeare
Raymond F. Theilacker
|9.||Religious Elements in Shakespeare's Hamlet
|10.||Detecting Shakespeare's Sonnets
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