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As you like it : authoritative text, sources and contexts, criticism

著者: William Shakespeare; Leah S Marcus
出版商: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., ©2012.
丛书: Norton critical edition.
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"Since its return to the London stage in 1740, As You Like It has delighted theatergoers, readers, and critics. Its heroine, Rosalind, is one of Shakespeare's greatest characters. The play's Forest of Arden setting and its focus on the relationship between natural occurrences and things created by humans (Shakespeare collectively termed these "art") provide us with access to debates in Renaissance England that  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Pastoral drama
Comedies
Comedy plays
Drama
提及的人: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
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所有的著者/提供者: William Shakespeare; Leah S Marcus
ISBN: 9780393927627 0393927628
OCLC号码: 711051799
描述: xi, 467 pages : illustrations, music ; 22 cm.
内容: Rosalynde / Thomas Lodge --
The Benefit of a Liberal Education / Richard Pace --
Boundaries between Animal and Human / Keith Thomas --
Humans versus Animals / Michel de Montaigne --
How Sheep Devour the English / Sir Thomas More --
Enclosure, Vagrancy, and Sedition in the Tudor-Stuart Period / William C. Carroll --
Proto-ecological Epigrams / Thomas Bastard --
The Woeful Words of the Hart to the Hunter / George Gascoygne --
The Dangers of Theatrical Cross-Dressing / William Prynne --
Dressing Up as a Human / Erica Fudge --
The Comic Mode / Joseph W. Meeker --
Gloves / Walter Benjamin.
丛书名: Norton critical edition.
责任: William Shakespeare ; edited by Leah S. Marcus.
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