Shakespeare and Sexuality


Stanley Wells analyses the references to sexuality in Shakespeare’s plays and poems. From his earlier comedies, such as The Two Gentleman of Verona or Much Ado About Nothing, where he is unafraid to play with this topic, to his middle and last texts where he demonstrates a deeper preoccupation with the destructive potential of sexual desire.
Theme by theme, Illuminating Shakespeare brings together the very best Shakespeare resources from across Oxford University Press. This includes free access to materials for every level, from school to scholarly research.
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Date: December 14, 2017

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