Rape of Lucrece

Notes

  1. ^ Halliday, p. 402.
  2. ^ Titus Livius. Ab Urbe Condita (History of Rome), Book I. 49-60.
  3. ^ Fineman, Joel (1991). "Shakespeare's Will: The Temporality of Rape". The Subjectivity Effect in Western Literary Tradition: Essays Toward the Release of Shakespeare's Will. Cambridge: MIT Press. pp. 170–171. ISBN 0-262-06136-8. 
  4. ^ Fineman 172.
  5. ^ Fineman 172–173.
  6. ^ Fineman 173.
  7. ^ Fineman 178.
  8. ^ Newman, Jane (1994). "And Let Mild Women to Him Lose Their Mildness': Philomela, Female Violence and Shakespeare's The Rape of Lucrece". Shakespeare Quarterly 45 (3): 304–326. doi:10.2307/2871233. JSTOR 2871233. 
  9. ^ Newman 308

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