Critical Essays on Shakespeare's Richard III
Hugh M. Richmond
G.K. Hall, 1999 - Drama - 294 pages
Each volume in this series provides an introduction tracing the subject author's critical reputation, trends in interpretation, developments in textual and biographical scholarship, and reprints of selected essays and reviews, beginning with the author's contemporaries and continuing through to current scholarship. Many volumes also feature new essays by leading scholars and critics, specially commissioned for the series.
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The Literary Background of Richard III
as an English History Play
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