American Billing: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Shakespeare

Rosvally, Danielle.


  • Abstract: This dissertation explores how the work of William Shakespeare became a viable theatrical commodity on the American market over the course of the nineteenth century in New York City. While at the beginning of the century, Shakespeare's works could not be said to hold enough economic value to justify a prominent place in the American repertory, they held enough cultural appeal that ... read more
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