E Thesis University Of Nottingham
I started with Shakespeare in Russia just because his work had been translated so much and the fact that he was such a canonical writer introduced lots of other interesting questions into the mix.
I began looking at the whole history of his work in Russia, and then narrowed down my focus more and more.
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