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John Kerrigan: Consent in Shakespeare, 14 December 2023

Shakespeare on Consent 
by Amanda Bailey.
Routledge, 197 pp., £17.99, March, 978 0 367 18453 7
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Shakespeare and Virtue: A Handbook 
edited by Julia Reinhard Lupton and Donovan Sherman.
Cambridge, 421 pp., £95, January, 978 1 108 84340 9
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Shakespeare and Disgust: The History and Science of Early Modern Revulsion 
by Bradley J. Irish.
Bloomsbury, 270 pp., £75, March, 978 1 350 21398 2
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... heteropatriarchal, misogynistic imaginary?’The answer of the editors of Shakespeare and Virtue, Donovan Sherman and Julia Reinhard Lupton, is that Shakespearean drama ‘trains judgment, attention and empathy’ and ‘has the power to reinvigorate the role of virtue in our lives’. Consent and race are prominent in the essays here. Jennifer Flaherty ...

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