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Special section, Shakespeare and the human

  title={Special section, Shakespeare and the human},
  author={T. G. Bishop and Alexander C. Y. Huang and Tiffany Jo Werth},
Contents: Preface Introduction: Shakespeare and the Human, Tiffany Jo Werth Airy spirits: winds, bodies, and ecological force in early modern England, Steve Mentz Humans: exceptional humans, human exceptionalism, and the shape of things to come, Joseph Campana Birds: Shakespeare's tweets: a choir, Tom Bishop, Jean E. Howard, Gordan McMullan, and Vin Nardizzi Hybrids: animal law and the Actaeon myth in Titus Andronicus, Miranda Garno Nesler Fleece: the craziest transport: fleecing the non/human… 
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