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Fathers and Daughters: Maternal Absence and Paternal Misogyny in Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Taster Course at Goldsmiths, University of London. at University of London

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Fathers and Daughters: Maternal Absence and Paternal Misogyny in Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Taster Course at Goldsmiths, University of London.

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First written and performed in a period of anxieties regarding lineage and inheritance (from Elizabeth I to James I), plays from this period are noticeable for the absence of any living mothers as they foreground the relationships between aristocratic fathers and their female heirs. Join us to explore the play and this topic further, by considering a key passage from ‘The Tempest’.

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