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Tempests after Shakespeare 2002nd Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0312295486
ISBN-10: 0312295480
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'A major work of scholarship that will need to be consulted by those in comparative literature and postcolonial studies as well as those in traditional areas of English literature scholarship. It is impressively thorough, up to date, yet disciplined, and filled with insight. ' - Bruce King

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Chantal Zabus is Professor of Postcolonial and Women’s Studies at the University of Paris XIII. She the is author of The African Palimpsest, and has edited Le Secret: Motif et Moteur de la Litterature and Changements au féminin en Afrique noire.
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