Shakespeare's twenty-first-century economics

the morality of love and money

By Turner, Frederick Jackson

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ISBN
978-0-19512-861-1
Publisher
New York ; Oxford University Press, 1999.


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Reviewed on September 1, 1999

Mixing criticism, economics, and self-help, Turner (English, Univ. of Texas, Dallas) proposes that an examination of Shakespeare's plays will provide us with a wiser and more complex view of the economic bonds that form the basis of human relationships. He sees Shakespeare as a forefather of a line of thinkers who espoused ideas we may not presently be comfortab...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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