A Bangzi Merchant of Venice in Taipei: Yue/Shu (Bond)

  title={A Bangzi Merchant of Venice in Taipei: Yue/Shu (Bond)},
  author={Ching-hsi Perng},
  journal={Asian Theatre Journal},
  pages={222 - 233}
This report, discussing the author's adaptation of Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice to Henan-area bangzi, is revised from a speech given at the National Taiwan University Shakespeare Forum's conference Shakespeare in Culture, 26-28 November 2009. 
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