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Publications:  Prof David Schalkwyk

Schalwyk D(2018). Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. Connell Publishing
Schalkwyk DJ(2017). “Cavell, Wittgenstein, Shakespeare, and Skepticism: Othello vs. Cymbeline". Modern Philology: critical and historical studies in postclassical literature vol. 115, (1)
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/19177
SCHALKWYK DJ(2017). Wittgenstein and the Art of Defamiliarization. Understanding Wittgenstein, Understanding Modernism, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
SCHALKWYK DJ(2017). Love and the ‘curse of service’ in Three Jacobean Tragedies. A Handbook of English Renaissance Studies,
SCHALKWYK DJ(2017). Unpacking the Heart: Why It Is Impossible to Say “I Love You” in Hamlet’s Elsinore. Shakespeare's Hamlet: Philosophical Perspectives, Oxford University Press
SCHALKWYK DJ(2016). Shakespeare’s Untranslatability. Transnational Mobilities in Early Modern Theater, Routledge
Neill M, Schalkwyk D(2016). The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Tragedy. Oxford University Press
SCHALKWYK DJ(2016). Words in the World: The Bakhtin Circle. SKENÈ Project
SCHALKWYK DJ(2015). Proper Names and Common Bodies: The Case of Cressida. Shakespeare's World of Words, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
SCHALKWYK DJ(2014). Lucretius and Consummation in Othello. Othello: The State of Play, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
SCHALKWYK DJ(2014). Mandela, the Emotions, and the Lessons of Prison. The Cambridge Companion to Nelson Mandela, Cambridge University Press
Schalkwyk D(2006). Hamlet's dreams. SOCIAL DYNAMICS-A JOURNAL OF THE CENTRE FOR AFRICAN STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN vol. 32, (2) 1-21.
10.1080/02533950608628725
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