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The Friend, the Enemy, the Wife, and the Guest: Conditional and Unconditional Hospitality in The Winter’s Tale
The Winter’s Tale depicts the intersecting power dynamics of sovereignty, patriarchy, and hospitality; the inhospitableness underlying the thin veneer of courtly hospitality in both Sicilia andExpand
Advocacy Planning Meeting
Margaret and the Ban: Resistances to Sovereign Authority in Henry VI 1, 2, & 3 and Richard III
In 2 Henry VI and the subsequent plays in the first tetralogy, Margaret of Anjou’s condition as a foreign queen is framed by the concepts of exile, outlawry, and banishment. Shakespeare, much moreExpand
Content Analysis in Counseling Research