Shakespeare in India
Examining a range of popular adaptations of Shakespeare in colonial and postcolonial India, the chapter considers the possibility of a consensual Shakespeare across languages and cultures. Each singular example defines anew the relation of this world text to the mythopoeic heritage and the many languages and lived realities of the heterotopic subcontinent.
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