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Sigmund Freud

(1856—1939) founder of psychoanalysis

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Austria

Austria  

Is usually mentioned in a negative context in Shakespeare's plays, and Vienna is the morally perverted setting for the action in Measure for Measure. In the city of Graz, as ...
Coriolanus

Coriolanus  

A play by Shakespeare first printed in the Folio of 1623. In order of composition, however, it was probably Shakespeare's last tragedy, written about 1608. Its source is North's version of Plutarch's ...
Merchant of Venice

Merchant of Venice  

A comedy by Shakespeare written between 1596 and 1598, printed in 1600, and reprinted in the First Folio (1623). Its chief source is the first story of the fourth day in Il pecorone, Giovanni ...
Oxfordian theory

Oxfordian theory  

A term for what has since the mid-20th century been the most visible strand in the Authorship Controversy, the claim that Shakespeare's works were in fact written by Edward de ...
Two Noble Kinsmen

Two Noble Kinsmen  

A tragi‐comedy attributed to J. Fletcher and Shakespeare, published 1634. Recent studies of the play suggest that it is probably a genuine work of collaboration between Fletcher and Shakespeare, ...

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