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Shakespeare, Inequality and Society

ARVIRAGUS Are we not brothers? IMOGEN So man and man should be; But clay and clay differs in dignity, Whose dust is both alike.” (Cymbeline, act 4, sc. 1) “…Methinks I see my father”, says Hamlet. “Where my lord?” asks … Continue reading

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