Chapter I: In Love in Shakespeare
Chapter II: “But Where Then? That Is the question”
Chapter III: Standing the World on Its Feet: The Rheinische Zeitung Articles
Chapter IV: “The Point Is to change It”
Chapter V: “That Smooth-Faced Gentleman, Tickling Commodity”
Chapter VI: “Such Men Are Dangerous:” Politics, History and Revolution
Christian A. Smith received his doctorate in the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies at the University of Warwick. His thesis topic is “Shakespeare’s Influence on Marx, Freud and the Frankfurt School Critical Theorists.” He worked as a Teaching Fellow at Warwick English and was awarded an Honorary Shakespeare Research Fellowship at Kingston University London. He has published papers in Shakespeare Studies, Marxist Studies and Translation Studies journals and edited a Karl Marx Bicentennial special edition of Shakespeare journal. He wrote the chapter on Marxist Shakespeare Studies for The Arden Research Handbook of Contemporary Shakespeare Criticism.