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    That makes more sense. But as I say, I've not...

    That makes more sense. But as I say, I've not been involved in academic study for years. Good luck. (Being gay I don't think of women as sexual objects at all in any case, for which I could also...
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    I've just read As You Like It. There is...

    I've just read As You Like It. There is something a bit non-standard about how she gets Orlando to address her as a girl, although he thinks she's a boy, although she is a girl dressed as a boy, and...
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    Angleus Despite Pompey’s kind compliment, it...

    Angleus

    Despite Pompey’s kind compliment, it is a very long time since I was studying academically, even before some bright French spark invented structuralism. So I am probably not on the same...
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    Despite Pompey's kind words, I didn't read the...

    Despite Pompey's kind words, I didn't read the opening post carefully. I've just been citing equality in marriage. What Angelus is really after is "companionate marriage, or marriage of equals,...
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    They are only a sideshow in Henry IV Part 1 but...

    They are only a sideshow in Henry IV Part 1 but Lady Percy (Kate) and her insufferable husband, Hotspur, might be worth a look. Hotspur's determination not to sound soppy could be regarded as...
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    Richard II is not centrally about Richard's...

    Richard II is not centrally about Richard's relationship with his queen, but it is very tender and adds pathos to his fall, which might otherwise seem the self-pity of a loser.

    When Bolingbroke,...
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