Critical Essays on Shakespeare's Richard III
Hugh M. Richmond
G.K. Hall, 1999 - Drama - 294 pages
Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) was one of the most widely read philosophical novelists and essayists of the mid-20th century. His works - such as Brave New World, Antic Hay, and Point Counter Point - became household names during a historical period hardly known for its celebration of intellectual prowess. Huxley was one of the great comic writers of modern British letters, although his dystopian novel Brave New World suggests his vision was often as dark as it was antic. This study provides selections of many important essays published after 1977 in journals the world over.
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The Literary Background of Richard III
as an English History Play
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