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2009 Volume III
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|1.||That Lady is Loca! or Speech as the Main Method of Characterization in Shakespeare's Plays
|2.||"Life's But a Poor Player:" Macbeth and Performing Ourselves
|3.||King Lear, Part II--It's All About the Play
Janelle A. Price
|4.||Getting to Know Shakespeare's Characters
|5.||Shakespeare on the Cell Phone: Texting Romance
|6.||"A Tide in the Affairs of Men": Looking at Leadership in Shakespeare's Roman Plays
|7.||Single Parenting and Family Dynamics Then and Now: King Lear
Jane Upton Hall
|8.||African Americans and Shakespeare: Partners in Search of Humanity
Barbara McDowell Dowdall
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