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The artistry of Shakespeare's prose

Author: Brian Vickers
Publisher: London [u.a.] Routledge 2005
Series: Routledge library editions - Shakespeare, : critical studies; in 36 volumes ; 34
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Artistry of Shakespeare's Prose is the first detailed study of the use of prose in the plays. It begins by defining the different dramatic and emotional functions which Shakespeare gave to prose  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Vickers
ISBN: 0415353076 9780415353076
OCLC Number: 255028558
Notes: Originally published: London: Metheun, 1968
This ed. reprinted London [u.a.]: Methuen, 1979
Description: VII, 452 S
Contents: 1. Shakespeare's Use of Prose2. A Critical Method3. From Clown to Character4. The World of Falstaff5. Gay Comedy6. Two Tragic Heroes7. Serious Comedy8. Tragic Prose: Clowns, Villains, MadmenThe Return of Comedy
Series Title: Routledge library editions - Shakespeare, : critical studies; in 36 volumes ; 34
Responsibility: Brian Vickers
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