Contents

Volume XXI

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Part One

Viola/Cesario, Caesarean Birth, and Shakespeare's Twelfth Night
by Maurice Hunt

Ideas About Nature: An Ecocentric Look at As You Like It
by Jamin C. Rowan

James I, the Royal Prerogative, and the Politics of Authority in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale
by Walter S. H. Lim

Praising the Vile for Recompense: Shakespeare and Patronage Poetry
by Peter Hyland

"Know'st Thou This Paper?": King Lear's Tragic Letters
by Julia Ritter

Black Devils, White Witches, and the Chains of Magic in Titus Andronicus and Othello
by Lori Schroeder Haslem

Titania's Reference to Woodbine in A Midsummer Night's Dream, IV. i
by Rodney Sterling Edgecombe

Dreaming and Remembering: The Performances of Clemson Shakespeare Festival X
by John R. Ford

2001 Ashland Season
by Michael. W. Shurgot

Part Two: Shakespeare and Postcolonial India

Introduction
by Bindu Malieckal

The Politics of Choice: English Language Shakespeare Productions in India
by Parmita Kapadia

Nativizing Shakespeare: Shakespearean Speech and Indian Vernaculars
by Tamara M. Valentine

Abuses of Authority: English Literature, Colonial Pedagogy, and Shakespeare in Manju Kapur's Difficult Daughters
by Ananya Kabir

Perspectives on Addressing the White Gaze: Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things and Othello
by Jesse G. Swan

Shakespeare's Shylock, Rushdie's Abraham Zogoiby, and the Jewish Pepper Merchants of Precolonial India
by Bindu Malieckal

Teaching Shakespeare's India, Then and Now, Here and There
by Mark Houlahan

Book Review: Colonial Narratives/Cultural Dialogues: "Discoveries" of India in the Language of Colonialism by Jyotsna G. Singh
by Jonathan Gil Harris

Book Review: Shakespeare and Race: Praxis in the Early Modern Period by Imtiaz Habib
by Rachana Sachdev