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Edited by Graham Holderness and Bryan Loughrey

commerce (see, e.g., The Comedy of Errors, The Merchant of Venice, Coriolanus, Othello…) . It should therefore come as no surprise that economic themes and motifs rank high among the pressing cultural concerns to which Shakespeare gave shape in his works

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Creative Critical Shakespeares

Rob Conkie and Scott Maisano

the subheading of which is A Critical Anthology of Plays from the Seventeenth Century to the Present (emphasis added), and both of which offer trenchant creative critiques of Othello and its afterlives, adaptations here offer similar ripostes to

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Katherine Hennessey and Margaret Litvin

at international festivals or from Arab and international travelling companies. Moreover, some productions have regional rather than local or global significance. (An example is the Othello -Antar hybrid analysed in this issue, an Omani play

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Shakespeare and the Jews

Lily Kahn

translation. The 1870s saw the first Hebrew translations of complete plays with Isaac Salkinson’s ground-breaking versions of Othello and Romeo and Juliet , 2 which paved the way for the eventual emergence of a more extensive body of Hebrew translations in