Canonical iconoclasm : William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet

Australian Teachers of Media
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Journal Article
Journal of Migration and Society, 2007, 48 (1), pp. 125 - 130
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A brief study of a canonical example of iconoclastic postmodernism in William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet is presented. It addresses the issue of authority that exemplifies changing attitudes to contemporary media and textual production.
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