|List of Illustrations||x|
|A Note on Texts||xii|
|Introduction: Race and Colonialism in the Study of Shakespeare||1|
|1.||The Vocabularies of Race||22|
|2.||Religion, Colour, and Racial Difference||45|
|3.||Wilderness and Civilization in Titus Andronicus||75|
|4.||Othello and the Racial Question||91|
|5.||The Imperial Romance of Antony and Cleopatra||112|
|6.||Religion, Money, and Race in The Merchant of Venice||135|
|Conclusion: Playing with Shakespeare||161|
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Publication information: Book title: Shakespeare, Race, and Colonialism. Contributors: Ania Loomba - Author. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2002. Page number: ix.
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