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Shakespeare in Southern Africa is interested in both literary and theatrical approaches to Shakespeare. Its geographical scope is not confined to Southern Africa. Contributions discussing the legacy of Shakespeare elsewhere in Africa, with a specific focus on the Shakespearean experience in particular African countries, are especially welcome. The journal actively seeks to publish articles investigating the impact of Shakespeare in other parts of the world, such as India, the United States, South East Asia and South America.

Other websites related to this journal: http://shakespeare.org.za/shakespeare-in-southern-africa/


Vol 32 (2019)

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Articles

Spectrality in Plutarch, Shakespeare, Freud and Derrida EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nicholas Meihuizen
The Life in Stories, Life as Stories: Hamlet and narrative reanimation EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Anna Kurian
“A melancholy of mine own”: The cost of healing and the bad patient EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tara Leverton
A centennial celebration of Guy Butler, Shakespeare scholar and teacher EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Paul Walters
Book Review: “If That Small Sparke Could Yield So Great a Fire”: Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s Emilia and Eugenie Freed’s A Several Plot EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Greg Homann
Book Review: Plaatje, Shakespeare and the In-Between EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lauren Bates
Book Review: Shakespeare au risque de la philosophie EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tony Voss


ISSN: 1011-582X
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