Introduction: Learning locally
In the 1998 essay Post-colonial Shakespeare? Writing away from the centre�, which inspires our title, New Zealand scholar Michael Neill argues that in postcolonial nations the decentring of Shakespeare has generally been more rhetorical than real � [T]he long and complicated history of Shakespeare�s entanglement with Empire has ensured that (for better or worse) his work has become deeply constitutive of all of us for whom the world is (to a greater or lesser degree) shaped by the English...[Show more]
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