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     Shakespeare: Listening to the Women is an entertaining resource, providing writings of Renaissance women to verify the voices of Shakespeare’s characters. What was it to be a woman in 1600? Did a man scripting women’s lives on stage represent women as they saw themselves? Using religious and court records, women’s rediscovered writings and the experiences of actresses, this book gives women greater voice in appreciation of eight of Shakespeare’s plays.

By Alice Arnott Oppen

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© Copyright Alice Arnott Oppen 1999
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