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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Providence, Brown University Press, 1964
|Named Person:||William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Shakespeare; Edward Alan Bloom; Brown University.
|Description:||xiv, 226 p. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction.--Character and reality in Shakespeare, by R. Ornstein.--Manliness in the tragedies: dramatic variations, by R. B. Hellman.--Is Hamlet a hoax? By W. T. Hastings.--The moment of final suspense in Hamlet: "We defy augury," by F. Bowers.--Christian pessimism in King Lear, by K. Myrick.--The ending of King Lear, by N. Brooke.--Shakespeare and the toll of grace, by A. Bonjour.--Shakespeare's later tragedies, by R. A. Foakes.--The fairy-tale element in The taming of the shrew, by E. M. Tillyard.--Ariel and the outer mystery, by R. H. West.--Time-beguiling sport; number symbolism in Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis, by C. Butle and A. Fowler.--Sonnets 127-154, by B. Stirling.--A lover's complaint: a reconsideration, by K. Muir.--Shakespeare and the trivium, by H. Craig.--The great rival: Shakespeare and the classical dramatists, by T. J. B. Spencer.--Shakespeare criticism 1900-1964, by I. Ribner.--Notes on the text (p. 210-223)|
|Series Title:||Brown University bicentennial publications: studies in the fields of general scholarship|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Edward A. Bloom.|