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The kickass Women of Will

Packer unpacks Shakespeare’s female characters Okay, guys, I understand. The thought of reading something that includes the descriptor “literary criticism” during summer makes a lot of us cringe. “We’ve just spent eight months on that subject. Is nothing sacred?” But, before anyone writes me off completely, Tina Packer has produced a literary criticism of Shakespeare that won’t incur horror flashbacks to English 10, is not contained in an overpriced textbook, and delivers an introspective read ...

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