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also involves Palaeontographia Italica Vol 12 how to interpretistory and temporality in the contexts of Shakespeare’s medieval past the religious reformations of the sixteenth century and the critical dispositions that define Shakespeare studies today These essays reject a necessary opposition between “sacred” and “secular” and instead analyze ow such categories intersect In fresh analyses of plays ranging from Hamlet and The. .