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Not many readers will recognize Disowning Knowledge: Seven Plays of Shakespeare by Stanley Cavell as either a piece of philosophical writing or literary criticism, so it may be useful to ask what method Cavell uses to read literature, what are the main features of his approach, and whether he has a coherent view on what reading literature means. I examine Cavell's interdisciplinary eclecticism, the feature which makes his work so original, and I describe his moving away from the British anddoi:10.19205/43.16.3 fatcat:xrlo2yvewberzmcwxmkmmpenba