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Peter Barry

Hamlet on the former list because of its treatment of ‘corruption and justice’, while Julius Caesar and Coriolanus were on the latter because they allegedly ‘glorified dictatorship’. Thus the play itself becomes an element in the process of surveillance in the specific circumstances of the immediate aftermath of the Second World War. Hawkes then goes into the use of stages and acting within the play, and then weaves in the true-life story of the Jewish actor Mauriz Leon Reiss, who in 1930s Nazi Germany constructed a whole new non-Jewish identity for himself which

in Beginning theory (fourth edition)