Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 129-167) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Perpetuum mobile: Shakespeare's perpetual Renaissance The ghost of history: Hamlet's politics of paternity Lethe's wharf: wild justice, the purgatorial supplement Richard II, Bracton, and the end of political theology The death of a shifter: Jupiterian history in Julius Caesar The future of violence: Macbeth and Machiavelli The whispering of nothing: The winter's tale But mercy is above: Shylock's pun of a pound Habeas corpus: the law's desire to have the body.