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Shakespeare's Theories of Blood, Character, and Class
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Contents: Peter C. Rollins: Preface - Alan Smith: David Shelley Berkeley, Christian Scholar - David S. Berkeley: Shakespeare's Severall Degrees in Bloud - Alan Smith: Of Lively Grapes and Windy Hops: Blood and Drink in Renaissance English Literature - Kenneth J. Tiller: The Fool as Physician in Shakespeare's Plays - Dilin Liu/Anumarla Govindan: From Rosalynde to As You Like It: Shakespeare's Celebration of Blood Order - Dennis F. Bormann: Thou Art a Villain: From the Ensign to Iago - Blood Changes in Othello - Kurt Hochenauer: The Art of Class Delineation: The Aesthetic Disparity Between The Shrew and A Shrew - Byung-Eun Lee: Shakespeare's Villeinizing of Jack Cade - Randy Phillis: The Stained Blood of Rape: Elizabethan Medical Thought and Shakespeare's Lucrece - Myung-soo Hur: Vengeance Rot You All! Blood-Oriented Revengers in Titus Andronicus - John W. Crawford: Secondary Wisdom: The Role of Women as Mentors in Shakespeare's Plays - Shirley Marney: Some Aspects of Shylock's Jewish Nature - Esther M. Gloe: The Work Laws, Prosperity, and The Tempest - David S. Berkeley: Claudius, the Villein King of Denmark.

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The Editors: Peter C. Rollins is Regents Professor of English at Oklahoma State University where he teaches courses in film and American studies. His articles on film/history as well as film/literature have appeared in such journals as Film & History, The Journal of Popular Film and Television, The Literature/Film Quarterly, and American Classic Screen. His work on Will Rogers has led to the publication of many articles, one book, Will Rogers: A Biobibliography (1983), and a film, Will Rogers' 1920s: A Cowboy's Guide to the Times (1976). His research on Vietnam led to two films on media and the war. Recent publications include Hollywood's World War I (1997); Hollywood's Indian: The Portrayal of the Native American in Film (1998); and Television Histories: Shaping Collective Memory in the Media Age (2001). Alan Smith, who studied Shakespeare and Restoration drama under the tutelage of David Shelley Berkeley, directs the English Studies Program at City College of Norman, Oklahoma.

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