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John Bennett Walters, Total War, and the Raid on Randolph, Tennessee
The regnant interpretation of the American Civil War includes the fact that it evolved into a “total war,” which adumbrated the total wars of the twentieth century. Mark E. Neely, in 1991, publishedExpand
VIEWS OF BARBARIANS
J. examines relations between Greeks, Romans and their neighbours over two thousand years. Within his embrace he includes Greeks, Persians, Romans, pre-state or proto-state societies at the marginsExpand
?Legitimation, Name, and All Is Gone?: Bastardy and Bureaucracy in Shakespeare'sKing John
In a play where the central concern is the exercise of legitimate power-power between classes, between individuals, between nations, between the crown and its subjects-the first appearance of PhilipExpand
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"Legitimation, name, and all is gone": Bastardy and Bureaucracy in Shakespeare's King John
In a play where the central concern is the exercise of legitimate power— power between classes, between individuals, between nations, between the crown and its subjects—the first appearance ofPhilipExpand
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Class, Class Consciousness and Specters of Marx in Shakespeare's History Plays
While Shakespeare's history plays suggest the formation of a type of national identity based on new definitions of what it means to be English in the late sixteenth century, they also provideExpand
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Book Review: Abschied vom Jahwisten: Die Komposition des Hexateuch in der Jüngsten Diskussion
In the hope that Pentateuchal studies in the 21st century can manage without the figure of the Yahwist, the editors of this work invited leading scholars to contribute their "farewells." TheExpand
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Cute Coriolanus
The descriptive “cute Coriolanus” is historically without precedent, a linguistic extravagancy, an epithet and its object, forcefully incongruent yet alliteratively and even coyly connected. InExpand