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Part One: Introduction Part Two: A Cultural Overview Part Three: Texts, Writers and Contexts Shakespeare� s comedies of eros: A Midsummer Night� s Dream and As You Like It Extended commentary: Twelfth Night Chronicles of virtue � Shakespeare� s history plays: Richard III and Henry IV Part 1 Extended commentary: Henry V Tyranny and terror � Tragedy on the English Stage: Dr Faustus, Othello and Macbeth Extended commentary: Hamlet Shakespearean tragicomedy: Philaster andAll� s Well that Ends Well Extended commentary: The Tempest Comedies of Humour, Comedies of Pain: Every Man in his Humour and The Fawn Extended commentary: Volpone Jacobean Revenge drama: Revenger� s Tragedy and Women Beware Women Extended commentary: The Duchess of Malfi Part Four: Critical theories and Debates Madness and Subjectivity Rhetoric and Performance Women at the Edge Nation-building Part Five: Resources Timeline Further reading Index
Dr Hugh Mackay completed his Phd on early Jacobean drama in 2003 at the University of Southampton, under the supervision of Professor Kathleen McLuskie, Director of the Shakespeare Institute. From 2002 to 2007 he taught various undergraduate courses at Southampton, ranging from � Literature and History� , � Shakespeare� s Histories and Comedies� to � Critical History� and � Marxism and Psychoanalysis� . He has a paper on � Lust� s Dominion and the Readmission of the Jews� , published in the Review of English Studies, and has co-organised and presented at several conferences.