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“…we have learned by now to ask Marxian questions about deep causes – not, this time, ‘Who creates the wealth?’ but ‘Who creates death?’ the answer is, the mother.”

Coriolanus Act Three, Part Two By Dennis Abrams —————————- Let’s talk briefly about homoeroticism in Coriolanus. It seems clear, I think that the inquires about each other by Martius and Aufidius and their speculative exchange of places certainly reveals, at … Continue reading

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“A man may see how this world goes with no eyes. Look with thine ears.”

King Lear Act Four, Part Three By Dennis Abrams  ———————————— Before we dive into Act Five, I thought a few “lighter” pieces to start with might be in order… First, from Living With Shakespeare, James Earl Jones’ take on Lear: … Continue reading

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