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Reconciliation In Selected Shakespearean Dramas Beatrice Batson

Reconciliation In Selected Shakespearean Dramas

Beatrice Batson

Published January 1st 2008
ISBN : 9781847184382
Hardcover
215 pages
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This study focuses on the rich complexity of the term, reconciliation, as depicted by Shakespeare in selected dramas. The study declares the terms biblical and theological basis and asserts that it is also a prominent word in social and politicalMoreThis study focuses on the rich complexity of the term, reconciliation, as depicted by Shakespeare in selected dramas. The study declares the terms biblical and theological basis and asserts that it is also a prominent word in social and political discourse. Some contributors to this volume connect reconciliation to justification and atonement before God through Christs death- others see the interrelations between the state and the religious character of its ruler- others unfold the need for reconciliation between one person and another or one group of persons and another, while other contributors include the thematic narrative significance of the term.