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15-Mar-2020“Applying this to that and so to so” : the anti-coal environmental allegory and the Divine Feminine in Venus and AdonisKimura, Marianne
15-Mar-2024“Come Ho, and Wake Diana” : the Divine Feminine and the Solar Allegory in The Merchant of VeniceKimura, Marianne
23-Dec-2022Fish, Crocodiles, Whales, Ossa, Pelion, and Olympus : Giordano Bruno’s The Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast as a Major Source for HamletKimura, Marianne
15-Mar-2018Hamlet's “strucken deer” : a pointed reference to Gli Eroici Furori and the execution of Giordano BrunoKimura, Marianne
15-Mar-2023How the Goddess Returned to America in 1977 : Star Wars, Lo Spaccio and the Rise of the Religious “Nones”Kimura, Marianne
25-Dec-2018“O, never shall sun that morrow see!” : the sun vs. coal morality play in MacbethKimura, Marianne
15-Mar-2021Shakespeare : pantheist, heretic, defender of the Divine FeminineKimura, Marianne
31-Dec-2023Souls and Music: Reincarnation, Lightworkers, Pythagoras, and Plato’s Myth of Er in Twelfth NightKimura, Marianne
15-Mar-2019“The fair, the chaste, and inexpressive she” : the Divine Feminine in As You Like ItKimura, Marianne
25-Dec-2019The theoretical‘turn’to the material in the humanities : spooky power and ‘shadowy presence’Kimura, Marianne
15-Mar-2022“There is the Sulphurous Pit, Burning, Scalding, Stench” : King Lear is Climate FictionKimura, Marianne
25-Dec-2017“Thou being a goddess, I forswore not thee” : the Divine Feminine in the “Pleasant Conceited Comedie Called Love's Labor's Lost”Kimura, Marianne
25-Dec-2021“Turning Witch” : the beginning,middle and end of Christianity allegorized in The Comedy of ErrorsKimura, Marianne
25-Dec-2020“‘Twere to consider too curiously to consider so” : a shadowy parallel play in “Hamlet”Kimura, Marianne
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