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David Lucking sees Shakespeare’s plays as negotiating tensions between a number of alternative, and sometimes mutually antagonistic perspectives. Some of these perspectives are associated with particular languages, cultures and texts, while others involve philosophical issues.
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In a series of early plays, Shakespeare follows in the footsteps of Marlowe; Richard III (1592) and Titus Andronicus (13) (1593) resemble, in many respects, The Jew of Malta (1589-1590) That Shakespeare borrowed from this play for his conception of Shylock in The Merchant of Venice (1596) cannot be doubted, while Richard II (1595) retraces the most essential aspects of Edward II (1592).