This talk will explore the sometimes surprising nature of the family in Shakespeare’s theatre. Works of literature, including plays, are shaped by historical, social, cultural and political concerns. Familial structures in early modern drama reflect such influences but also represent imaginative possibilities for domestic arrangements. We will examine adoptive bonds in Shakespeare to understand how the plays portray and challenge the importance of genealogy and inheritance.
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