qExtramural Shakespeare makes a powerful case that Shakespeare no longer belongs only to cultural elites, but also to the public and to public culture. Probing Shakespeare's uses in primary and secondary schools, in the movies, in prisons, and elsewhere, Albanese reclaims the progressive possibilities of engagement with his works. Smart, politically engaged, and thoroughly up-to-date, Extramural Shakespeare is a fascinating examination of Shakespeare's place in contemporary culture.q - Jean E. Howard, George Delacorte Professor in the Humanities, Columbia University.Support your comments with precise references, a in Political Shakespeare: New Essays in CulturalMaterialism, ed. ... Witness the 2007a2008 guidelines for AP English Literature: Shakespeare is but one ofa vast number of authors whose textsanbsp;...
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