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HUMAN CONFLICT IN SHAKESPEARE.

Author: S C BOORMAN
Publisher: [S.l.] : ROUTLEDGE, 2021.
Series: Routledge library editions. Study of Shakespeare, 3
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Conflict is at the heart of much of Shakespeare's drama. First published in 1987, Boorman makes this 'warfare of our nature' the central theme of his approach to Shakespeare. He points to the moral  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S C BOORMAN
ISBN: 0367682435 9780367682439
OCLC Number: 1196245067
Description: 1 volume ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction. Part 1: Forms of Human Conflict (a) Soul-Body (b) Immortal-Mortal (c) Greatness-Littleness (d) Freedom-Fate (e) Reason-Unreason (Control of Self--Lack of Control) (f) Reason-Love (Man and Woman) (g) Reason-Fantasy (h) Private Man-Public Man (i) Order-Disorder (j) Justice-Mercy Part 2 (a) Human Conflict in Early English Drama (b) Human Conflict in Plays of Shakespeare's Contemporaries Part 3 Human Conflict in Shakespeare Introduction. Comedies. English History Plays. Classical Plays. Tragedies. Retrospect. The Last Plays. Appendix 1: Marlow's Doctor Faustus. Appendix 2 Comedy and Tragedy in Drama. Notes. Indexes: 1. Elizabethan (Non-Dramatic) References 2. Shakespeare's Plays: (a) Titles (b) Characters 3. Non-Shakespearean Plays: Titles 4. General.
Series Title: Routledge library editions. Study of Shakespeare, 3

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