Issue 14 (2016)

Issue 14 (2016)

Shades of Green: Shakespeare’s Green Wor(l)ds

Introduction Lukas Lammers and Kirsten Sandrock
All that Glisters is Green – The Dialogic Relationship between Belmont and Venice Felix Schulz 3
The Gendered Forest? Exploring Relations of Cross-Dressing and Nature in Shakespeare’s As You Like It Julia Libor 17
The “Green” Land as Political Metaphor in Shakespeare’s Richard II and Richard III Katrin Suhren 27
‘Minded Like the Weather, Most Unquietly’: Inquietude, Nature, and King Lear Johannes Schlegel 36
Call for Statements – Shakespeare Seminar der Shakespeare-Tage 2017 50

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