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Legitimising Misogyny: Representations of Women in Three Shakespeare Films
(University of Canterbury. Humanities, 2014)
The plays of William Shakespeare have long been considered a source of cultural and educational interest by both academics and filmmakers, and the practice of adapting Shakespeare’s works to film has existed for almost as ...
The Struggles of Remembrance: Christianity and Revenge in William Shakespeare's Hamlet.
(University of Canterbury. Department of English, 2014)
This thesis focuses on the religious aspects of William Shakespeare's Hamlet which, I argue, form the foundation of Hamlet's plot and are critical to understanding Hamlet's character and his dilemmas. Early modern culture ...