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‘Love Merchandized’

Money in Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Manfred Pfister

the unprecedented presence of metaphors thematizing the erotic in terms of usury (sonnet 6), borrowing, lending, loan (sonnet 6) or leasing (sonnets 13, 18), legacy and bequeathing (sonnet 5), saving and spending (sonnets 4, 9, 76), loss and gain

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From Perception to Action

Sartre's Practical Phenomenology

Blake D. Scott

investigation of “the relationship between the subjectivity of knowing and the objectivity of the content known.” 10 By thematizing the relationship between knowledge and the knower, Husserl wants to push science's concern with knowledge beyond the level of a

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Book Reviews

William Nessly, Noel B. Salazar, Kemal Kantarci, Evan Koike, Christian Kahl, and Cyril Isnart

beyond the United States, including Canada and Jamaica, and her genre-blurring writing and the complex, hybrid subject position she adopts articulate a broader transnational perspective. Eaton’s works thematize the crossing, complication, and defiance of

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Challenging Hegemonic Patriarchy

A Feminist Reading of Arab Shakespeare Appropriations

Safi M. Mahfouz

, writing around the original story, challenging representations of gender identity and female sexuality, and using metanarrative qualities to thematize the woman writer’. 15 According to Bradley, ‘giving voice to a silenced female character’ means that in

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Captured by Texts

Travel Tales of Captivity in Rabbinic Literature

Joshua Levinson

alterity and thematize this meeting of self and Other, in tales of captivity the other identity grappled with is often the other that the self has lost or has become. All this is equally true for late antiquity where the taking of captives for slaves or

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The Look as a Call to Freedom

On the Possibility of Sartrean Grace

Sarah Horton

this ‘within-the-worldness’; were I alone in the world, an avalanche of boulders could crush me (except that I would only grasp this avalanche as an accident to be avoided ); he unveils it, he thematizes my fragility.” 28 The other, by perceiving me