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Title: Paradigmi costituzionali, nazione e legge nell’Enriade di Shakespeare: nuove prospettive storiche
Authors: Restivo, Giuseppina
Keywords: ShakespeareEnrico VEarl of Essexleggecostituzionalismo elisabettiano
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Giuseppina Restivo, "Paradigmi costituzionali, nazione e legge nell’Enriade di Shakespeare: nuove prospettive storiche", in: Maria Carolina Foi (a cura di), “Diritto e letterature a confronto. Paradigmi, processi, transizioni”, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016, pp. 27-38
Shakespeare’s 2 parts of Henry IV and Henry V are revisited in the light of the constitutional
competence inscribed in the plays (with reference to John Fortescue
and Thomas Elyot), as of the recently reconstructed political role of the Earl of
Essex (A. Gajda 2012), Shakespeare’s first patron, reflected in prince Henry. These
aspects are connected with the concept of nation inscribed in the plays and with
the now better reconstruable background of the Elizabethan social debate. Hence
a more complex profile and significance of the ‘self-educating’ young prince and
later king Henry V.
Type: Book Chapter
ISSN: 978-88-8303-740-5
eISBN: 978-88-8303-741-2
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