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From:Texas Studies in Literature and Language (Vol. 42, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedPoetry celebrating intoxication has a long history. Anacreaon of Teos, in the 5th century BC, wrote many such poems, and such work either praises the feeling of freedom being drunk creates or uses alcohol as a metaphor...
From:Renaissance Quarterly (Vol. 52, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedA number of Shakespeare studies scholars have noted the likeness of the character Falstaff to Bacchus, also known as Dionysus. However, it is not Falstaff but Prince Hal and, ultimately, Henry V, who functions as the...
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