Gender and gender relations in Shakespeare's plays
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Publisher The Open University
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Is part of Shakespeare: A critical analysis
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Duration PT336S
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Duration 00:05:36
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Published 2011-04-18T23:40:09.000Z
Create date 2011-04-18T23:40:09.000Z
Copyright The Open University 2011
Description Different themes often examined such as relationships and femenism and how they're explored within Shakespeare's texts.
Comment Different themes often examined such as relationships and femenism and how they're explored within Shakespeare's texts.
Description Different themes often examined such as relationships and femenism and how they're explored within Shakespeare's texts.
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Language English
Title Gender and gender relations in Shakespeare's plays
Label Gender and gender relations in Shakespeare's plays
Title Gender and gender relations in Shakespeare's plays
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