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Critical essays on Shakespeare's Richard III.
New York : G.K. Hall, ©1999
(OCoLC)646982833
Named Person: William Shakespeare; Richard, King of England; William Shakespeare; Richard, roi d'Angleterre; Richard, King of England; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh M Richmond
ISBN: 0783804490 9780783804491
OCLC Number: 41565085
Description: xiii, 294 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Richard III : the last Plantagenet / Peter Saccio --
The literary background of Richard III / Geoffrey Bullough --
Richard III and the vice tradition / Bernard Spivack --
Richard III as an English history play / Irving Ribner --
Richard III : act I, scene one / Wolfgang H. Clemen --
Colley Cibber's Richard III / Scott Colley --
Macbeth and Richard III / Thomas Whately --
Richard III as climax to Henry VI / Augustus William Schlegel --
The character of Richard III / William Hazlitt --
Shakespeare's Richard III and Milton's Satan / Nathan Drake --
Richard III and the first tetralogy / E.M.W. Tillyard --
"Angel with horns" : the unity of Richard III / A.P. Rossiter --
The dark generations of Richard III / Murray Krieger --
Linguistic contrasts in Richard III / Nicholas Brooke --
Richard III and Aristotelian catharsis / Roy W. Battenhouse --
History, character and conscience in Richard III / Richard P. Wheeler --
Dream and plot in Richard III / Marjorie B. Garber --
Richard III and Queen Elizabeth / Emrys Jones --
Bit parts in Richard III / M.M. Mahood --
The BBC production of Richard III / Henry Fenwick --
"Neither mother, wife, nor England's queen" : the roles of women in Richard III / Madonne M. Miner --
Postmodern renderings of Richard III / Hugh Macrae Richmond --
A feminist account of Richard III / Jean E. Howard and Phyllis Rackin --
The monstrous body in Richard III / Linda Charnes.
Series Title: Critical essays on British literature.
Responsibility: edited by Hugh Macrae Richmond.

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