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By Jean E. Howard,Phyllis Rackin

Engendering a Nation adopts a cosmopolitan feminist research to check where of gender in contesting representations of nationhood in early sleek England. performs featured include:

* King John
* Henry VI, half I
* Henry VI, half II
* Henry, half III
* Richard III
* Richard II
* Henry V.

It could be a needs to for college kids and students drawn to the cultural and social implications of Shakespeare today.

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