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The 1988–89 NYSF Coriolanus
Robert Ormsby

consequence of his involvement in the Iran-Contra scandal. This affair, in which money raised from weapons sold to Iran helped fund anti-communist Nicaraguan rebels, cast doubt on members of the executive branch of the US government, including Vice President George H.W. Bush, who won the Presidential election shortly before Coriolanus opened. 1 Berkoff, however, appeared to be uninterested in overt

in Coriolanus
Persia, masculinity, and conversion in early seventeenth-century travel writing and drama
Chloë Houston

under the Safavid dynasty, see Roger Savory, Iran under the Safavids (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980 ); Peter Jackson and Laurence Lockhart (eds), The Cambridge history of Iran: volume 6: the Timurid and Safavid periods (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986

in Conversions
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A brief digression on twins
R. S. White

versions. 9 Perhaps it deserves mention that there was another musical in 1981 based squarely on The Comedy of Errors , which was mercifully not filmed. Oh Brother was set in an Iran flowing with oil during its revolution.

in Shakespeare’s cinema of love