Being and having in shakespeare by katharine eisaman maus oxford oxford university press 2013 katharine mauss being and having in shakespeare takes up one of the more salient threads in current early modern scholarship the materialist turn especially the relationship between subjects and objects such scholarship has over the last twenty years or so challenged the dominance of the . Being and having in shakespeare katharine eisaman maus abstract what is the relation between who a person is and what he or she has a number of shakespeares plays engage with this question elaborating a poetics of property centering on questions of authority and entitlement of inheritance and prodigality of the different opportunities afforded by access to land and to chattel . Being and having in shakespeare katharine eisaman maus based on katharine mauss 2010 oxford wells shakespeare lectures a concise and incisive consideration of property and power in some of shakespeares most famous plays clear and compelling writing style offers a fresh and interesting way of looking at the work of shakespeare. Being and having in shakespeare considers these presentations of ownership and authority richard ii and the henry iv plays construe sovereignty as a form of property right largely construing imperium or the authority over persons in a polity as a form of dominium the authority of the propertyholder
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