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Genre/Form: Study guides
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Palmer, D.J. (David John), 1935-
Shakespeare: The tempest.
London, Macmillan, 1968
(OCoLC)647140930
Named Person: William Shakespeare; Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D J Palmer
OCLC Number: 461396
Description: 271 pages 21 cm.
Contents: Part 1: Adaptations, and extracts from earlier critics : Two scenes from The Tempest / Dryden and Davenant --
The Character of Caliban / John Dryden --
Solemn and poetical magic / Nicholas Rowe --
'Amazing wildness of fancy' : remarks on the creation of character / Joseph Warton --
Calaban's language / Samuel Johnson --
An Analysis of Act I : 'The moved and sympathetic imagination' / S.T. Coleridge --
Unity and variety in Shakespeare's design / William Hazlitt --
The Serenity of the Tempest / Edward Dowden --
Introduction to The Tempest / Henry James --
Caliban to the audience / W.H. Auden. Part 2: Recent studies : Shakespeare's dream / J. Middleton Murry --
The Tragic pattern / E.M.W. Tillyard --
The Shakespearian superman / G. Wilson Knight --
The Mirror of analogy / Reuben A. Brower --
From his Introduction to The Tempest / Frank Kermode --
Music and the supernatural in The Tempest / John P. Cutts --
The Tempest : an interpretaton / Frank Davidson --
From and disorder in the Tempest / Rose Abdelnour Zimbardo --
Prospero's staff / Jan Kott.
Series Title: Casebook series.
Responsibility: edited by D.J. Palmer.

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