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Callahan, Dympna, ed. A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare. Malden: Blackwell, 2000.
Contents: List of Contributors. Introduction. PART ONE The History of Feminist Shakespeare Criticism (3 chapters). PART TWO Text and Language (3 chapters). PART THREE Social Economics (2 chapters). PART FOUR Race and Colonialism (4 chapters) PART FIVE Performing Sexuality (5 chapters) PART SIX Religion (2 chapters). Index.
[In a collection of 19 chapters each composed by a different female scholar, this book touches nearly every topic relating to women in Shakespeare's dramas, from feminist criticism and Cavendish's criticism of Shakespeare to whores to confession to race to …