ROMAN Critical Context brings together the very best of contemporary critical thinking and a selection of earlier commentaries. This collection of critical essays on William Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ provides in-depth intellectual and critical analysis of the text from a broad scholarly perspective. By examining different issues surrounding the illusive, enigmatic and often controversial topics related to ‘Macbeth’ this anthology acts like an indispensable companion to the readers. Investigating the major thematic issues this book will not only focus new light on the thematic, social or cultural issues of ‘Macbeth’, but will also enable the readers to rethink the position of the text from an international and broader intellectual context.
Dr. Boris Drenkov is the author of THE CULT OF ELIZABETH AND ITS TEXTUALITY. He did his doctoral research at Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich. He taught English literature, literary and art theory at the Universities of Munich and Siegen in Germany as well as in other academic institutions across Europe and the US. He has published extensively on Renaissance culture and history, translation and art theory. He is currently a lecturer in visual and textual cultures at Sofia University.