Shakespeare Beyond English : A Global Experiment . / Carson, Christie (Editor); Bennett, Susan (Editor).

Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013. 341 p.

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Shakespeare Beyond English : A Global Experiment . / Carson, Christie (Editor); Bennett, Susan (Editor).

Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013. 341 p.

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Carson C, (ed.), Bennett S, (ed.). Shakespeare Beyond English: A Global Experiment . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013. 341 p.

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Carson, Christie (Editor) ; Bennett, Susan (Editor). / Shakespeare Beyond English : A Global Experiment . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013. 341 p.

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