Understanding King lear a student case book to inssues, sources, and historical documents (Book, 2004) [WorldCat.org]
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Understanding King lear a student case book to inssues, sources, and historical documents

Author: Donna Woodford
Publisher: Westport Greenwood Press 2004.
Series: The Greenwood Press
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Considered one of Shakespeare's most powerful dramas, King Lear, with its combined elements of political and domestic tragedy, is as interesting to today's readers as it was to Elizabethan audiences.

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Named Person: WILLIAM 1564-1616 El Rey Lear SHAKESPEARE
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donna Woodford
ISBN: 0313319367 9780313319365
OCLC Number: 1011165493
Description: xviii, 183 p.
Contents: Acknowledgments Introduction Dramatic Analysis Historical Context: "That way madness lies": Insanity in Shakespeare's Time Historical Context: Kingship: The Responsibilities and Weaknesses of a Ruler Historical Context: "According to my bond": Family Ties in Shakespeare's Time Adaptations: A Tale Retold Contemporary Application: Treatment of the Elderly
Series Title: The Greenwood Press
Responsibility: Donna Woodford.

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