Shakespeare and the Making of America

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Shakespeare and the Making of America

Author: Kevin J. Hayes

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 1445688077

Page: 288

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Utilising new and original research, Kevin J. Hayes looks at the role and influence of Shakespeare in eighteenth century America. Hayes, winner of the 2018 George Washington Book Prize, offers an exciting new perspective on the history of both Shakespeare scholarship and the United States.

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