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Straight Acting: The Many Queer Lives of William Shakespeare by Will Tosh Book Review

In "Straight Acting: The Many Queer Lives of William Shakespeare," author Dr. Will Tosh (Head of Research at Shakespeare's Globe) embarks on an ambitious journey to explore and shed light on the queerness that permeated both the Elizabethan era and the Bard's works. 

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The Power by Naomi Alderman Book Review

The Power by Naomi Alderman Book Review

Imagine a world where women wield unimaginable power. Naomi Alderman's "The Power" takes you on a thrilling ride as society flips. What starts as a feminist dream turns terrifying. Follow diverse characters navigating this new world order - a must-read you won't want to miss!

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Queer Shakespeare:  Desire and Sexuality Book Review

Queer Shakespeare: Desire and Sexuality Book Review

Queer Shakespeare gives you plenty of queer theory, history, and paths for further reading & watching, whether you are a casual reader or an academic. I had a rollicking good time.

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Courting India by Nandini Das Book Review

Courting India by Nandini Das Book Review

I recommend this book as a good reference point for anyone interested in this time period. It examines British history under James I and Mughal India. This book is easy to follow and enjoyable to read for those interested in the subject.

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