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  • Print publication year: 2020
  • Online publication date: September 2020

The Stranger at the Door: Belonging in Shakespeare’s Ephesus


The stranger was everywhere in early modern England. Part of a larger project about sixteenth and seventeenth century English perceptions of identity, human mobility, and belonging, this article shows how the Comedy of Errors unfolds against the backdrop of the city of London’s own troubled relationship with ‘strangers’

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