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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Upstaged! Eunice Hanger and Shakespeare in Australia
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'This paper looks at how Eunice Hanger read, or rather reread, the works of William Shakespeare. Through this, it examines the nature of reading as a simultaneously social and individualistic activity, and reflects on its implications for understanding the histories of reading English writers in Australia more broadly.'

Source: Introduction.

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