Walker, John

UNCW

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The advantages of being Proteus : five filmed versions of Richard III 2009 2512 William Shakespeare, through his unique literary voice, tried to make sense of the Renaissance world for his Elizabethan audiences. Since that time, many have been seeking, through adaptation, to make their own cultural sense of his plays. A handful ...
Nothing in India is identifiable, as a sense of place is neither stable nor unconstructed 2009 2532 The naming of place is a way of naming our own belonging or identity. Understanding place begins with identifying the person, or group of persons, who name the space, whether it be the colonizer or the colonized. To name a space is to understand i...