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Author: Harold Bloom; Pamela Loos
Publisher: New York : Bloom's Literary Criticism, ©2008.
Series: Bloom's Shakespeare through the ages.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Shakespeare's romantic comedy, "As You Like It" sets up a number of dualities that are explored but never answered, exposing the complex relationships that exist between romance and realism, nobleman and commoner, and male and female. Contains a selection of the finest criticism through the ce nturies on "As You Like It", as well as a biography of Shakespeare.
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Genre/Form: Pastoral drama
Comedies
Named Person: William Shakespeare
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Bloom; Pamela Loos
ISBN: 0791095916 9780791095911
OCLC Number: 150255815
Description: xii, 256 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Series introduction --
Introduction / Harold Bloom --
Biography of William Shakespeare --
Summary of As You Like It --
Key passages in As You LIke It --
List of characters in As You Like It --
Criticism through the ages --
As You Like It in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries --
"The argument of As You Like It," from The works of Mr. William Shakespear / Nicholas Rowe 1709 --
"Remarks on the plays of Shakespear" / Charles Gildon 1710 --
As You Like It (notes), from The plays of William Shakespeare 1765 / Samuel Johnson --
"Introduction," from his edition of As You Like It / Edward Capell 1767 --
"On the melancholy Jaques," from Philosophical analysis and illustration of some of Shakespeare's remarkable characters / William Richardson 1788. As You Like It in the nineteenth century --
"Criticisms on Shakspeare's comedies," from Lectures on dramatic art and literature / August Wilhelm Schlegel 1809 --
"As You Like It," from Characters of Shakespear's plays / William Hazlitt 1817 --
"Rosalind," from Characteristics of women : moral, poetical, & historical / Anna Jameson 1833 --
"As You Like I," from Shakspeare's dramatic art / Hermann Ulrici 1839 --
"Jaques," from Shakespeare papers / William Maginn 1856 --
"As You Like It," from Shakespeare-characters : chiefly those subordinate / Charles Cowden Clarke 1863 --
"Rosalind," from Shakespeare's female characters / Helena Faucit, Lady Martin --
"How 'As You LIke It' presents varied forms of humor in conflict with a single conventionality," from Shakespeare as a dramatic artist : a popular illustration of the principles of scientific criticism / Richard G. Moulton 1893 --
"As You Like It : critical remarks," from The works of William Shakespeare / A. Wilson Verity 1894 --
"Toujours Shakespeare," from Dramatic opinions and essays with an apology by Bernard Shaw / Beroge Bernard Shaw 1896 --
"'As You Like It, '" from William Shakespeare : a critical study / Georg Brandes 1898. As You Like it in the twentieth century --
"The repetition of Rosalind," from Chesterton on Shakespeare / G.K. Chesterton 1932 --
"As You Like It, ' from Lectures on Shakespeare / W.H. Auden 1947 --
"As You Like It," from The meaning of Shakespeare / Harold C. Goddard 1951 --
"As You Like It," from Shakespeare survey / Harold Jenkins 1955 --
"The alliance of seriousness and levity in As You Like It," from Shakespeare's festive comedy / C.L. Barber 1959 --
"For other than for dancing measures : the complications of As You Like It," from Shakespeare's pastoral comedy / Thomas McFarland 1972 --
"'The place of a brother' in 'As You Like It' : social process and comic form," from Shakespeare Quarterly / Louis Adrian Montrose 1981 --
"Introduction," from As You Like It / Harold Bloom 1988 --
"Introduction," from Rosalind / Harold Bloom 1992. As You Like It in the twenty-first century --
"The charm of As You Like It," from Shakespeare : seven tragedies revisited : the dramatist's manipulation of response / E.A.J. Honigmann 2002 --
Bibliography --
Acknowledgments --
Index.
Series Title: Bloom's Shakespeare through the ages.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom ; volume editor, Pamela Loos.
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