Shakespeare’s Statuary Women and the Indoor Theatre’s Discovery Space
This article places three scenes by Shakespeare within a specific architectural history. It reads the statuary female bodies of Desdemona, Hermione, and Imogen as revered and desecrated objects within the niched spaces of the indoor theatre’s discovery space.
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