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Shakespeare in Chinese Cinema

References Burt, Richard. “Alluding to Shakespeare in L'Appartement, The King is Alive, Wicker Park, A Time to Love, and University of Laughs: Digital Film, Asianization, and the Transnational Film Remake.” Shakespeare Yearbook 17: Shakespeare and Asia. Eds. Lingui Yang, Douglas Brooks. New York: Edwin Mellen, 2010. 49-86. Huang, Alexander. Chinese Shakespeare. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009. Jameson, Frederic. The Geopolitical Aesthetic: Cinema and Space in the World System. Bloomington

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Multicultural Shakespeare
Translation, Appropriation and Performance; The Journal of University of Lodz
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Werkwinkel
Journal of Low Countries and South African Studies; The Journal of Adam Mickiewicz University
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Folia Scandinavica Posnaniensia
The Journal of Adam Mickiewicz University, Department of Scandinavian Studies
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Book Reviews

Translator of Shakespeare into the Holy Tongue.” Shakespeare Survey 54 (2001): 182-90. Zer-Zion, Shelly. “ The Merchant of Venice in Mandatory Palestine and the State of Israel.” Wrestling with Shylock: Jewish Responses to The Merchant of Venice. Ed. Edna Nahshon and Michael Shapiro. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2017. 168-97. W orks C ited Hao, Tianhu 郝田虎. “Lin Zexu and Shakespeare: An Error in Encyclopædia Sinica ” 林则徐和莎士比亚――《中国大百科全书》的一处错误. The Reader 《读书 人报》(Guangzhou), no. 56, May 3 1999. Hao, Tianhu. “Milton in Late-Qing China (1837-1911) and

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Theatre Reviews

://yearofshakespeare.com>. BBC. “Heavy rock Coriolanus turns up volume at Edinburgh Festival” BBC News Scotland. Edinburgh: BBC Scotland, 21 August 2013. Cavendish, Dominic. “Edinburgh Festival 2013: The Tragedy of Coriolanus, Playhouse, review.” The Telegraph. London: Telegraph Media Group Limited , 21 August 2013. <http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/theatre/edinburgh-festival/10257093/ Edinburgh-Festival-2013-The-Tragedy-of-Coriolanus-Playhouse-review.html> Chen, Xiaomei. Acting the Right Part: Political Theatre and Popular Drama in Contemporary China

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Dancing Shakespeare in Australia

. Johnston, Dale. "Queensland Ballet: Othello and Unicorn". Dance Australia [101] (1999): 56-57. Koch, Peta. "Shakespeare Double". Dance Australia 50 (1990): 53-55. Krause, Bernd". "An admirable conclusion to the dance series". CEST , Ludwigsburg 30 June 2002. Maxim, John. "Virtually Richard 3 ". El Universal/The Herald Mexico City 4 April, 2004. Percival, John. "Chinese Surprise". The Times . (London) 27 May, 1987. Pritchard, Jane, cmplr. Rambert: A Celebration

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The Travelogue as a Mirror of Thought

. Oxford: The Voltaire Foundation at the Taylor Institute. Vol. III: 1218-1227. Hamans, Camiel. 2012. “The Observations of a Voyager. Stephanus Hanewinckel on the Dialects of the Meijerij.” Voortgang, jaarboek voor de neerlandistiek 30: 223-250. Hanou, André. 2002. “Verlichte vrijheid. Over een denkbeeld in imaginaire reizen.” André Hanou. Nederlandse literatuur van de Verlichting (1670-1830). Nijmegen: Van Tilt. 73-93. Jonker, Menno. 2017. “Van de wonderlijke en nauwkeurige vreemdigheden der natuur.” Barbaren & Wijsgeren. Het beeld van China in de

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Emblems from the Heart: The Reception of the Cor Iesu Amanti Sacrum Engravings Series in Polish and Netherlandish 17th-Century Manuscripts

diverses autres collections. Vol. 1. Ancien Testament, Nouveau Testament, Dieu le Pere. le Chrost, le Saint-Esprit, les Anges et la Vierge. Bruxelles: Bibliotheque royale Albert Ier. Menegon, Eugenio. 2007. “Jesuit Emblematica in China. The Use of European Allegorical Images in Flemish Engravings Described in the Kouduo Richao (ca. 1640).” Monumenta Serica 55: 389-437. Ménestrier, Claude-Francois. 1981. L’art des emblemes ou s’enseigne la morale par les fi gures de la fable, de l’histoire et de la nature. Nachdruck der Ausgabe: Paris 1684

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