Essays on Shakespeare

Essays on Shakespeare

eBook - 1965
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Presents scholarly approaches to Shakespeare's image, language, and three of his plays

Princeton University Press

Robert Heilman gives an appreciation of Shakespeare as a whole man. Northrop Frye writes on balance and symbolism. Harry Levin shows how Shakespeare used names to indicate and enhance character. J.V. Cunningham looks at Shakespeare in his workshop; Gunnar Bokland, and Maynard Mack also contribute brilliant studies.

Originally published in 1965.

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Publisher: Princeton,, Princeton University Press,, 1965
ISBN: 9781400877409
1400877407
9780691624303
0691624305
Characteristics: 1 online resource (viii, 176 pages)

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