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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
McManaway, James Gilmer, 1899-1980.
New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston 
|Named Person:||William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Gilmer McManaway; William Shakespeare
|Credits:||Published in cooperation with the Shakespeare Association of America.|
|Description:||vii, 323 pages illustrations, facsimiles 26 cm|
|Contents:||Shakespeare and the myth of perfection, by A. Harbage.--Man successful. by H. Craig.--The Devil can cite Scripture, by E.A. Strathmann.--A book from Shakespeare's library, by J.F. Fleming.--The origins of the Shakespearian playhouse, by R. Hosley.--Marlowe and Shakespeare, by I. Ribner.--The range of Shakespeare's comedy, by E. Hubler.--Shakespeare's comedies and the critics, by M. Crane.--Shakespeare's confluence of tragedy and comedy, by J. Markels.--'Twere best not know myself, by R.B. Heilman.--"Yet am I inland bred," by M. Doran.--Imagination in A midsummer night's dream, by R.W. Dent.--Whetstone and the sources of Measure for measure, by C.T. Prouty. The tempest and the Renaissance idea of man, by J.E. Phillips.--Richard II at Covent Garden, by J.G. McManaway.--Shakespeare's revisions in Titus Andronicus, by J.C. Adams.--Romeo and Juliet: the source of its modern stage career, by G.W. Stone, Jr.--Dramatic structure and criticism: plot in Hamlet, by F. Bowers.--Kittredge on Hamlet, by K. Myrick.--Hamlet's mother, by B. Maxwell.--On Ophelia's madness, by C. Camden.--Troilus in shapes of infinite desire, by W. Farnham.--The role of thought in Othello, by P.A. Jorgensen.--Charity in King Lear, by S. Jayne.--The structure of Anthony and Cleopatra, by T.B. Stroup.--Cleopatra's scene with Seleucus, by B. Stirling.--The Shakespeare Association of America, by Mrs. D.F. Hyde.|