Silence in Shakespeare: Drama, Power and Gender
This study suggests a different method of examining Shakespeare's use of silent characters. The study is organized in terms of dramatic relationships between characters rather than by examining different uses of the silent character within the context of theatrical conventions. The focus is on the relationship between the silence and the language around it.
UMI Research Press
Ann Arbor, MI
Dramatic Literature, Criticism and Theory
Rovine, Harvey, "Silence in Shakespeare: Drama, Power and Gender" (1989). College of Arts & Humanities Faculty Books & Music. 2.