Chapter ID: CBB740198022

‘Yet have I in me something dangerous’: On the Interplay of Medicine and Maleficence in Shakespeare’s Hamlet (2021)

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Brepols
Publication date: 2021
Language: English


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Book Rinaldo F. Canalis; Ciavolella, Massimo (2021) Disease and disability in medieval and early modern art and literature. unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Roychoudhury, Suparna
Gilman, Ernest B.
Harris, Jonathan Gil
Healy, Margaret
Neely, Carol Thomas
Peterson, Kaara L.
Journals
Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies
Publishers
Cambridge University Press
Cornell University Press
University of Minnesota
Princeton University
Rutgers University
Duke University
Concepts
Medicine and literature
Science and literature
Disease and diseases
Medicine
Metaphors; analogies
Natural history
People
Shakespeare, William
Milton, John
Bacon, Francis, 1st Baron Verulam
Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle
Descartes, René
Donne, John
Time Periods
Early modern
16th century
17th century
Renaissance
Places
England
Great Britain
Mediterranean region
Institutions
Royal Society of London
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