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Shakespeare Lecture. Cheltenham Literature Festival, Cheltenham, UK. TheShakespeare Lecture. Williams, R. J., Berlow, E. L., Dunne, J. A

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. Psychoneuroendocrinology 14 155 161 Kott, J. (1974): Shakespeare our Contemporary. New York: W. W. Norton

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Stiller, J. Nettle, D. and Dunbar, R. I. M. (2003): The small world of Shakespeare's plays. Human Nature , 14, 397-408. The small world of Shakespeare's plays. Human Nature

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Ausdrucks [Spech melody as a mean of emotional expression] . Folia Phoniatrica , 15 , 89 – 98 . 47. Shakespeare , W. ( 1978 ): Lear király . Vörösmarty Mihály fordítását Mészöly Dezső

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presents the challenge ( Shakespeare, 2006 ). Because higher education is in transition between these two mental models of disability, my first radical reflection about UDL is to reframe it away from the concept of disability all together, and situate UDL

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these words: “ It is absolutely important that the teachers should be very pragmatic. We don’t expect our managers to have a very thorough knowledge of the English grammar or to be able to read Shakespeare in original. The teachers have to prepare our

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Introduction Oh, beware, my lord, of jealousy! It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock. The meat it feeds on . -Shakespeare

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scene cliques within the small world of Shakespeare . Weak links and scene cliques within the small world of Shakespeare Stiller, J

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266 Greenblatt, S. (2004): Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare. New York: Norton. Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became

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: W. B. Saunders Gilchrist, S., Davidson, J., & Shakespeare-Finch, J. (2007). Dream emotions, waking emotions, personality characteristics and well-being — A positive psychology approach. Dreaming, 17 , 172

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