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1. Abjection, the Abject, and the Formation of Masculine Identity in Shakespeare’s Hamlet: A Kristevan Perspective

Rakhshandeh Nabizadeh-Nodehi; Shideh Ahmadzadeh Heravi

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, , Pages 307-326

http://dx.doi.org/10.29252/clls.17.24.307

Abstract
  Abstract In Shakespeare’s portrayal of madness, mind and body are not considered as binary opposites; on the contrary, they appear to be closely intertwined. A number of the most memorable characters in Shakespeare’s dramatic works suffer from mental disorders. A study of these characters’ ...  Read More

2. Emergence of the Semiotic in the Symbolic Order: A Kristevan Reading of the Discourse of Madness in Three Major Shakespearean Tragedies

Rakhshandeh Nabizadeh-Nodehi; Sheedeh Ahmadzadeh-Heravi

Volume 15, Issue 20 , April 2018, , Pages 221-243

Abstract
  Madness and its manifestations have long been one of the themes treated and diversely depicted in literary works. Shakespeare is among the many authors who have represented this phenomenon in a number of his tragedies through the creation and introduction of a few complicated outstanding characters. ...  Read More