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  • Print publication year: 2016
  • Online publication date: August 2019

164 - Shakespeare and First Nations in Canada

from Part XVII - Shakespeare as Cultural Icon
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Knutson, Susan. “Trickster Shakespeare? Canada and the Bard.” Literature Compass 3.3 (2006): 547–61.
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McHugh, Marissa. “The Influence of Shakespeare on Aboriginal Theatre: An Interview with Daniel David Moses on Brébeuf’s Ghost.” http://www.canadianshakespeares.ca/i_ddmoses.cfm. Accessed 5 January 2011.
Moll, Sorouja. “Death of a Chief: An Interview with Yvette Nolan.” http://www.canadianshakespeares.ca/a_thedeathofachief.cfm. Accessed 2 November 2008.
Morrow, Martin. “Native Empathy: Graham Greene Tackles Shakespeare’s Shylock.” 23 May 2007. CBC.ca. http://www.cbc.ca/arts/theatre/grahamgreene.html. Accessed 9 February 2011.
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