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Shakespeare's Influence on Mucedorus (2008)
Book Chapter
Drábek, P., & Drabek, P. (2008). Shakespeare's Influence on Mucedorus. Shakespeare and His Collaborators over the Centuries (45 - 53). Cambridge Scholars Publishing

The anonymous Mucedorus (first printed in 1598) was one of the most popular Elizabethan plays. In 1610, the third, reworked edition was published after the play had been performed by Shakespeare's company, the King's Men. This article tries to recons... Read More about Shakespeare's Influence on Mucedorus.

Shakespeare's Gallatheas (2008)
Book Chapter
Drábek, P., & Drabek, P. (2008). Shakespeare's Gallatheas. Shakespeare Between the Middle Ages and Modernism: from translator’s art to academic discourse (108 - 116). Charles University

On the influence of John Lyly's Gallathea on William Shakespeare's early plays, especially A Midsummer Night's Dream and Love's Labour's Lost. A chapter in the book dedicated to Professor Martin Hilský.

A tempest : based on Shakespeare's The tempest ; adaptation for a black theatre / Aimé Césaire ; translated from the French by Philip Crispin (2002)
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(Ed.). (2002). A tempest : based on Shakespeare's The tempest ; adaptation for a black theatre / Aimé Césaire ; translated from the French by Philip Crispin. Oberon Books

A witty and fiercely anti-colonialist revision of Shakespeare's island fling, Césaire turns it into a brilliant assertion of black identity. Prospero is an exiled tyrant, while Caliban becomes a mutinous figure who has clear affinities with Malcolm X... Read More about A tempest : based on Shakespeare's The tempest ; adaptation for a black theatre / Aimé Césaire ; translated from the French by Philip Crispin.