Many groups of people lay claim to the ideological ownership of Shakespeare. Was he a Tory, a socialist, feminist, anti-Semitic, Roman Catholic, or, indeed, someone else altogether? The whole history concerning Shakespeare and his works has been a tale of ownership and/or rejection. It is a process that simultaneously sees him as transcendent of history and a man fashioned in the image of the time.
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