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Shakespeare's tragedies; a selection of modern criticism.

Author: Laurence Lerner
Publisher: [Harmondsworth, Middlesex] Penguin Books [1963]
Series: Pelican books, A645.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Lerner, Laurence.
Shakespeare's tragedies.
[Harmondsworth, Middlesex] Penguin Books [1963]
(OCoLC)568583541
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence Lerner
OCLC Number: 255322
Description: 315, [2] pages 18 cm.
Contents: Wordplay in Romeo and Juliet / M.M. Mahood --
Romeo and Juliet in the cycle of Shakespeare / Charles Williams --
Guilt and innocence in Julius Caesar / David Daiches --
The Ides of March / Roy Fuller --
Hamlet psychoanalysed / Ernest Jones--
Hamlet : the prince or the poem? / C.S. Lewis --
Hamlet : a study in critical method / A.J.A. Waldock --
A letter to John Barrymore / Bernard Shaw --
Iago / A.C. Bradley --
The hero and the devil / Maud Bodkin --
Honest in Othello / William Empson --
Modes of irony in Othello / R.B. Heilman --
On sitting down to read King Lear once again / John Keats --
The moral of King Lear / George Orwell --
King Lear and the comedy of the grotesque / G. Wilson Knight --
The catharsis of King Lear / J. Stampfer --
Shakespeare's rituals and the opening scene of King Lear / William Frost --
The atmosphere of Macbeth / A.C. Bradley --
The capital difficulty of Macbeth / Arthur Quiller-Couch --
Shakespeare's tragic villain / Wayne Booth --
Macbeth as a dramatic poem / L.C. Knights --
Tragic structure / R.S. Crane --The 'language of props' in Macbeth / Alan S. Downer --
Macbeth and Oedipus / W.H. Auden --
The construction of Antony and Cleopatra / Harley Granville-Barker --
The style of Antony and Cleopatra / J. Middleton Murry --
The morality of Antony and Cleopatra / W.K. Wimsatt --
Coriolanus as political character / John Palmer --
Shakespeare's politics / Eric Bentley --
Introduction to Timon of Athens / J.C. Maxwell --
The Dionysiac Greek / Friedrich Nietzsche --
The implications of tragedy / Clifford Leech --
The Elizabethan view of tragedy / Evanthius --
Shakespeare and the stoicism of Seneca / T.S. Eliot --
Gold morning, sweet prince / Delmore Schwartz.
Series Title: Pelican books, A645.

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