THE MEANING OF SHAKESPEARE by Haroll

THE MEANING OF SHAKESPEARE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A subjective, raptur romp with the Bard, with an analysis of each play based on and prestatement of themes as apeared out of internal evidence. Scholars may be a bit by some of the more extreme statements -- that Night previews the Puritans Revolution, that the lovely ""hunting passage"" in "" theme in the play's various levels of characters, that Homes represents the tragedy of the of gentleman. However, the author brings to this work a devotion and enthusiasm which striken forth many new shades of interpretation Recommended particularly for players and teachers.

Publisher: University of Chicago Press