Shakespeare; Modern Essays in Criticism
Oxford University Press, 1967 - Literary Criticism - 476 pages
These thirty essays reflect contemporary interest in poetic language, the aesthetics of drama, the Elizabethan theater, and Renaissance modes of thought. Nine new essays chosen from critical writings of the last decade bring the volume up to date and increase its usefulness for both classroom and independent study. Book jacket.
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